Port and polish is grinding to improve the flow of the cylinder heads. After grinding and polishing the intake and exhaust ports , a cylinders air flow capacity is checked with a flow bench. Further grinding is done to match all ports to the same flow rate.
Yes most definitely. If you're not sure what you're looking for, have a mechanic check it out.....
get a potato and shove it in there exhaust pipe
Yes a blocked exhaust will keep the engine from starting
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The diesel fuel may have jelled.
Operating the exhaust blower purges the engine compartment of explosive fuel fumes.
It is in the exhaust pipe system. start looking in the exhaust system, starting up by the exhaust manifolds and work your way towards the muffler. There will not be any after the muffler. It is about 3 inches long and screewed into the exhaust pipe with a electric wire on the end of it.
The black gunk that comes out of the exhaust pipe when starting the car is probably carbon buildup within the exhaust system. Carbon buildup happens when the engine is not burning fuel as efficiently as it can.
That will be the passenger side head. Look at where the exhaust pipe bolts to the exhaust manifold and it will be the first 02 sensor you see starting there and moving down the exhaust pipe.
You will see blue smoke from the exhaust when starting the vehicle.
It removes fuel vapors
To remove fuel vapors
that could be your exhaust is broken from where it starts or you bought a sports car that could be your exhaust is broken from where it starts or you bought a sports car that could be your exhaust is broken from where it starts or you bought a sports car that could be your exhaust is broken from where it starts or you bought a sports car
To remove fuel vapors
bad shocks, or maybe the exhaust pipe is resting on the springs or frame.
it is a spinning air pressure powered tool that has the "exhaust" port for the tool on the front side, compared to the bottom or rear. it is used for high speed grinding applications where a larger, more cumbersome electric grinder may fall short because of lack of space.
If black smoke is coming out of the exhaust of a 1986 Ford Ranger, it is likely burning oil. It's possible that a seal is leaking in the engine.
Water vapour due to condensation in the exhaust pipe.
To evacuate the gas fumes, so you don't blow up.
NO...if you want to drill holes in your exhaust just to make it louder your only going to get a small grinding sound..not much of a difference..just makes ur exhaust sound like its about to fall off...BUT if you just simply buy a Glasspack for like 30 bucks and have it put on for like 40, or put it on yourself...then sound will not be a problem, youll have a nice grumble sound...as for performance exhausts..your paying for the internal part of the muffler system like the fiberglass and all the intricate crap.
The cars spark from bottoming out on the track. The steel grinding the asphalt throws the sparks out from under the car. Flames also comes out of the exhaust from the extra fuel that isn't burned when they let off the gas.
White smoke especially when starting tends to indicate that water is finding its way into the the exhaust system, where it is boiling and exiting the exhaust as steam. The possible cause could be water getting into the cylinders (perhaps from a damaged gasket).
Check the tailpipe for contact with the body. A loose hanger that holds the exhaust up may be sagging. The movement of the motor starting will jar the exhaust system.
it is in the exhaust pipe. The neutral safety switch stops you from starting a car unless it is in neutral or park so can not be located in the exhaust pipe. You maybe thinking of the oxygen sensor...