I have seen this problem before. It sounds like it could be the fuel pressure regulator. They are typically located on the fuel rail. If your car is blowing black smoke and missing and is hard to start, that is a good indication that it might be the problem. You can test this by getting a fuel pressure tester and hooking it to the fuel port on the fuel rail. Turn on the key (do not start) and it will build pressure. If the pressure drops off, it may be the fuel pressure regulator. It's a cheap and simple fix. A vacuum line and a bolt is all that holds them in.
valve adjustment. .03 intake .04 exhaust.
You probably have a manifold exhaust leak and the exhaust gasses are being picked up by the heater intake. I guess you could just be picking up exhaust gas from another vehicle though.
Water condensation coming from the exhaust is normal when the vehicle has been sitting in a wet area, but should stop once it is warmed up. Water from the exhaust after it is warmed up and white smoke from the exhaust is an indication of a blown head gasket.
super sick trust me you'll get sick if they have been sitting out for a minimum of 10-50 minutes.
1st guess is leaky valve seals. If this is the case, oil is seeping past the valve seals while the car is just sitting. Then when you start the car, the oil that has seeped into the combustion chamber is buring.
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I am having the same problem, got spark and fuel actually too much fuel after a couple of minutes then it overfuels then dies or floods. I am positive it is the regulator in the throttle body. Plugs came out wet, dried them and re-started, then it flooded again!
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the upstream O2 sensors, are located on the top of the exhaust manifolds. they are sitting right there in the open where you can see them.
Don't do this unless you have a proven way to vent the engine exhaust to the outside. Engine exhaust contains carbon dioxide which is deadly to people. It makes you pass out and then kills you. People have died from sitting in a closed car outside.
It means you have a leak in your exhaust line, the exhaust should be completely vented away from the car by the pipe. Since your lungs pass carbon monoxide, one of the components of exhaust smoke, as though it were oxygen, into the bloodstream, but your cells which should be receiving oxygen can't use carbon monoxide, you could die from it. Immediate suggestion, get it towed to a company which repairs or replaces exhaust systems and have it fixed.
Depends on the rate of speed at which the car is being operated. -- at 100 mph . . . 4min 48sec -- At 60 mph . . . 8 minutes -- At 10 mph . . . 48 minutes -- At 1 mph . . . 480 minutes -- Sitting in the driveway . . . many, many minutes
No more than absolutely necessary - usually about 15 minutes in one sitting.
Right Side next to your calf if your sitting on the atv, on small metal plate right behind exhaust...
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19 breaths per minute * 5 minutes = 95 breaths per 5 minutes
Well if you have set your screensaver to come on after the PC or laptop has not been used for 30 minutes and you have been sat there for ONLY 10 minutes then keep sitting there for another 20 minutes then you might see your screensaver?
You need to take the back seats out. The lower part of the seat just presses in at the front. Where your ankles would be if you are sitting in the seat. Once you get that out you can see the bolts that hold the top/ back in.
Year, Make, Model, engine size please. possibly an ignition or sensor (electronic part).
You may have 1 or more injectors that are leaking. Allowing fuel to purge from the lines after you turn off the car. This will leak inti the cylinder and cause a flooded condition.
Yes, the carbon monoxide in the exhaust can build up and poison anyone in a closed garage where the car is running. Never a good thing to do.