Viper Car Alarms will also shut the engine down.
Faulty gas cap or vent valve, causing a vacuum to form which is not letting the fuel to flow properly starving the engine.
The engine supplies the rotational force that ultimately makes the car go down the road.
it run down
Go under the engine and follow the belt down to the under side of the engine. You will see a metric size 14 bolt just to the left that runs up to the tensioner. Turn clockwise to tighten but don't over tighten.
It's not necessary to run the engine. With #1 at TDC, you can set 1, 2, 5, and 7 intakes, and 1, 3, 4, and 8 exhausts. Rotate engine one revolution (#6 TDC) and set the rest. If it's a hydraulic cam, tighten the rocker nut until there is 0 up and down movement in the pushrod, then tighten an additional 1/2 turn. For solid cams, tighten rocker nut until specified backlash is achieved.
when kick down the gas pedal to accelerate, the car downshift but then stalls and then engine stays rough until i turn off the engine and restart it then the engine runs normal again till the next kick down.
How- cooling oil why- overheating is bad for the engine parts
Somebody pushing the car; friction slowing down the car; gravity acting on the car (this is especially relevant if the car is going up or down a slope); the engine pushing the car forwards.
on a 350 engine to adjust valves tighten them down with engine running then back them off until it smooths out probably about a quarter of a turn
It means your engine no longer runs, and that you can no longer drive your car because it will not move. It has stopped running. It has broken down.
Depending on the vehicle, you would use a wrench SAE or Metric, to turn the nut down with to tighten. You may want to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00 Or, go to a Public Library.
when the engine dies
The best way to cool down an overheated car engine is to park the vehicle. Allowing the engine to cool down naturally avoids all potential hazards and it is also safer for the engine. If you must start the cooling process immediately, pour cool water over the radiator and upper and lower hoses.
The battery will just run down and the engine will stop.
no it would make the car break down
the belt on the engine is loose, so you want to see if you can tighten it or get a new belt . i hope this helps
Tighten it up!
Be sure to check your gas cap !! The only time my Vibe has ever had the check engine light come on, is when we didnt tighten the gas cap after filling up! The car had 300 miles on it the first time!! Ug! Tighten it, and drive about 20 miles, it may reset it self if not, then when the car is turned off and then back on it should.
Depends on which car and which belts.
Its not your engine. Its the fan running to cool the engine down. They all do it and nothing is wrong with your car.
Put the key in the ignition,turn the key to "Turnover" position for about 5-10 seconds depending on what year your car is,if your car is on start but the engine is not starting,see if the + or - cable is loose,tighten it a little,then put the key in the "Start" position then your ready to go
If this is about a car: the heater in a car is basically another radiator, but this one sitting inside the car. When you turn the heater on you draw heat from the engine and into the car. If you aren't running the car hard enough the temperature in the engine will drop.
High mimlage wears the engine down and it gives ur car a greater chance to breakdown