It could easily be a broken timing belt. One symptom is when you turn the key and engine spins over freely it is likely the broken TIMING belt.
I believe its chain driven
What makes you think half of all cars sold are not driven? I know of no one that has ever bought a car that did not drive it. So, I do not agree with your statement at all.What makes you think half of all cars sold are not driven? I know of no one that has ever bought a car that did not drive it. So, I do not agree with your statement at all.
Because your catalytic converter needs to be replaced.
The vehicle must be registered in order to be driven on public roadways.
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There could be an issue with your starter or the starter solenoid. Have it checked, but either part might need to be replaced.
It depends on how well the car has been maintained and driven I bought a 96'' Pontiac grand prix se coupe it had 111,450 miles when I bought it and then it blew a head gasket at 119,200 miles so my guess would be maybe 100,000 just to be safe hope this helps the thing's we go through to own a GM automobile.
The pump will be ruined and need to be replaced if the car was driven with a dry pump.
he i bought a kawasaki zx 150 krr and if driven it 124mph so far....
It has a timing belt that should be replaced every 90,000 miles. The water pump should also be replaced as it is driven by the cam belt.
No - especially after Johnston was badly wounded and had to be replaced by Lee. The Union armies were driven back almost to the sea.
It cannot be driven out of the lot. As long as its in the lot, you can get a full refund.
It uses a timing belt that must be replaced at 105,000 miles. The water pump should also be replaced as it is driven by the cam belt. This is an interference engine.
It is because the United states didn't have the money to make power lines for the electrically driven cars.
It has a belt, and should be replaced every 60k miles. It's smart to replace the water pump also because it is driven by the timing belt and it is difficult to get access to.
Under the cover that covers the cam belt. The water pump is driven by the cam belt and should be replaced at the same time the cam belt is replaced or vice versa. The cam belt MUST be replaced every 90,000 miles. Warning: This is an interfernce engine.
The present perfect is created with have/has + a past participle. Take the verb drive, for example. The past participle is driven.I have drivenWe have drivenYou have drivenHe/she has drivenThey have driven
I have a 2001 I had the same problem when driven through rough roads and railroad tracks, I replaced the front struts and that solved the problem. I have a 2000 that rattles too. Looking for the answer.
All Honda 4 cylinders up to 2002 were interference and the cam was driven by a belt that must be replaced regularly. Beginning in 2003 only the Honda 1.7 liter and the Honda V6 are interference and belt driven. All others have a chain.
It's not against the law. The mileage refers to the actual miles the car (or truck) has been driven. However, if you are selling the vehicle, you should always declare that the engine has been replaced and the date it was replaced.
Depends how much fluid was lost and how far it was driven. Best bet is to have it looked at by a reputable shop.
It is belt driven
The hyphenated version "non-driven" is correct.
It has a cam belt that must be replaced every 90,000 miles. The water pump should also be replaced as it is driven by the cam belt. WARNING: This is an interference engine and if the belt breaks you will have serious internal engine damage.