Gasoline engines cannot run on diesel. Only a diesel engine can run diesel. And a diesel engine cannot run on gasoline.
if it is diesel a duramax diesel if its gas it will be a duramax
6.2L idi (indirect injection) not the best diesel trucks..
A diesel vehicles does not need to be running. A diesel ignition in a Diesel engine comes from compression and not spark.
no a diesel does not produce vaacuum when running. but vehicles that require vacuum for the brakes have a vaccuum pump attached to the engine to supply the needed vaccuum
nothing like that , but people which have low running go for petrol because , the price difference between them more than one lack . in the case of diesel engine it get good milage and efficiency at optimum temperature this can achieved only by good running.
The heater fan relay for a 1993 Silverado 4x4 6.5 turbo diesel can be found using the engine diagram. The engine diagram will be provided by the car manufacturer upon inquiry.
The ignition temperature, (temperature at which diesel fuel ignites) is 490*F. This temperature corresponds to a set compression of the gasses in the cylinder of the engine. Some, but not all, diesel engines have glow plugs to initially warm the air when you first start the engine because the temperature of the air in the diesel engine is too cold to get the ignition temperature simply from compression. while the engine is running the compression heats the air to the ignition temperature. This compression (or pressure) is the same each time the cylinder fires. Using the universal gas law you can find that corresponding compression versus the ambient temperature and pressure. Typically this will occur at approximately 16 bars. Almost all diesel engines are designed to operate at a compression ratio of 15:1 - 20:1, less if supercharged or turbocharged.
Your car breaks down and you cant move at all until you find a garage then it costs a fortune! Running petrol in a diesel engine will destroy that diesel engine.
A diesel engine that is starved for fuel will lose prime. This means that you will be unable to start the engine once it has stalled.
Yes, putting petrol/gasoline in a diesel engine and running it will cause severe damage to the engine.
Either a faulty engine temperature sensor or the wiring to it.
There is no such engine as a Cummins 2500 Diesel.
beside the thermostat housing on top of the engine
The EGR valve is located on the passenger side of the engine on a 2006 Silverado 2500 HD 6.6 turbo diesel. A bad valve will cause the check engine light to come on.
The diesel engine works by compressing the fuel and air mixture inside a piston cylinder. Compressing the mixtures raises its temperature. When the temperature reaches the fuels ignition point, it ignites, explodes and pushes the cylinder back.A gasoline engine works similarly but needs a high voltage spark from an ignition system to ignite the fuel.What is good about the diesel engine:The diesel engine does not need a complex electrical system to keep the engine running.Diesel powered vehicles do use a battery to start the engine turning, once the engine starts it is no longer needed.A diesel engine does not need spark plugs and distributor system to keep running although it does use glow plugs to help it start when the engine is too cold.Diesel engine fuel is cheaper to use than gasoline (petrol). Some people even use home heating oil to power a diesel engine (after passing it through a filter to remove sediment).A diesel engine has a higher compression ratio in the cylinder making it more efficient than a gasoline powered engine.
Only if you have time to fix the resulting non running mess. Diesel fuel, no. Diesel engine oil, yes if it is the proper weight.
it has a little handpump to priam diesel back to injectors under the bonnet
a diesel engine only runs well when it is at operating temperature
It won't, even a mixture of gasoline and diesel will not work. May I add that running petrol in a diesel will destroy that diesel engine.
No. Iginition in a Diesel engine comes from compression and not spark. Once the Diesel engine is running you do not need electricitry to keep it running. However, modern diesel engines have computers controlling many of the functions of the engine and that would cause it to fail if there was no electricity. Old diesel engines did not have computers and would keep running even if your battry went flat because your alternator died. Just dont turn it off because the starter needs electricity :P
Moisture in the exhaust, or a cold running engine.