No, it will run poorly but it will start and run.
No it can not. If the belt is missing that could cause it to run hot.
Will that make your car sip an run bad
A bad fuel cap can make your check engine light go on. It shouldn't cause your car to run rough or die.
no a bad fuel pump will not make your run hot it will cause it not run like it should and eventually stop running at all
It sure can. In some cases your car will not run at all. Normally bad gas just means it is contaminated with moisture. A tiny amount of moisture and your engine will miss and run rough.
the car will smoke and die
it depends on the car
If stuck open the car will run cold. If stuck closed the car will run hot.
If the car is not getting any fuel, it will not run.
yes it will not only lose power it will run rough in some cases not run at all
well yeah absolutely
The muffler makes your car run quiet
a tune up helps keep the car stain. and helps the car roll smoothly. it may consist of spark plugs fluids filters etc but it basically keep you from spending large amonuts of money becuz of simple neglect tune up normally run from 60 $ to 300 $
It will cause it to run sluggishly.
Of course, it may make it run bad. However, I would be looking at plugs and wire and coil packs too. I had a 1998 Ford Expedition XLT (4.6L) It has the running ruff. I ran my computer codes. Bad O2 sensor. Running rich. It ended been two bad spark plugs. Therefore, I decide to do a full tune up. Wires & plugs. Everything was running like new after I was done. It took me four hrs to tune it up.
Change your oil and give it a nice tune up
The engine won't run.
Yes, it can. So can many other things - check for codes in ecm.
many things can make youre car run hot like low coolant,bad thermostat,bad water pump,clogged hoses,bad intake gasket even low no oil can be the cause.
All Cars are not the same and the locations vary. It is not likely this is why it doesn't run. Have a independent repair shop diagnose it for you.
It would only run as long as the battery had a sufficient charge.