if the timing belt is not moving when engine is cranking,it means you have broken a cam,or a belt pulley.do not keep cranking as you can damage other parts of the engine such as the valves
it means starting of diesel engine
generally , cranking an engine is done with igniton where turning is done by hand with the ignition off so as it will not start
If the engine is "cranking" then it is "turning over". Please be more specific.
Most engine starters are series-parallel wound DC motors. They are designed for very short cycle operation, and pull a lot of power in order to develop the torque required to start an engine; power that will destroy them and/or the battery if they are used continuously.
Generally, Cranking the engine refers to the initial process of any vehicular engine's start. Please also Refer: http://www.thefreedictionary.com/crank http://www.answers.com/topic/crank
For the 5.4 liter V8 engine in a 2001 E-350 the owners manual shows that the optional battery is 750 cold cranking amps ( they also show that the 6.8 liter V10 engine has a standard battery that is ( 650 cold cranking amps ) and the optional battery is ( 750 cold cranking amps )
Hydro or hydraulically locked.
Only if the engine is not cranking. Otherwise the problem is engine related.
You remove the upper timing belt cover and look at the belt while cranking the engine over.You remove the upper timing belt cover and look at the belt while cranking the engine over.
when cranking the engine the battery voltage should not fall below 9.6volts if so replace battery
The starter would still crank the engine but the engine will fail to run.
The cold cranking amps that are required to start your Ford 2.5 liter engine is dependent upon the outside temperature. 450 cranking amps are required at a temperature of 32 degrees.
It prevents engine cranking unless the clutch pedal is pressed.
The electrical system.
By overheating, by ice if exposed to cold with not enough antifreze in the coolant. By overpressure if they get flooded and cranked, or if its a turbo engine with a faulty wastegate.
Its sounds like the distributor or distributor cap/rotor,something in the timing may be off. High tension cable may be broken, or connectors poor. Or you may have cranked so much that the engine is flooded with fuel, so wait a couple of hours and try again.
Backfiring is usually an indication of a lean condition. When it does it during cranking, it's probably timing related.
I would remove the fuel line and hold it over a container while cranking the engine over; I suspect you may find a weak fuel pump that needs replacement. I hope this helps you. Mark u may have low fuel pressure to.
== == If the engine is rotating when the starter is engaged then it is cranking which is the same as turning over. Check to see if you have spark and or fuel. There is not a fuse for cranking.
when the engine is cranking, the crank will turn but the valves will not work. if timing belt has failed cranking can bend valve stems so be very careful what you are doing
engine backfire during cranking.
No, it will not. Low oil & or pressure will not prevent the engine from starting.
4 cylinder engine / BCI group size ( 96R ) / 500 to 590 cold cranking amps ( CCA ) V6 engine / BCI group size ( 40R ) / 650 cold cranking amps
Those numbers are okay. Check the condition and gap at the points, clean and regap (.016"-.020") if necessary replace them.