It could either have a gasoline engine or a diesel engine
you will have a bomb. your engine could explode from the increased compression of a diesel engine
No , a diesel engine doesn't have sparkplugs It could have glow plugs
Flex fuel does not mean you can use diesel. It means the engine can run on pure gasoline or on E85 gasoline. If you put diesel in this vehicle it simply will not run. Diesel can only be used in a diesel engine.
Not really. You could start over and redesign an engine to be able to run on diesel but it would be completely different from the original.
Yes. You'll need to change the exhaust and cooling systems.
An engine might sound like a diesel at operating temperature if the engine was a diesel or if there was an issue with the manifold. Sometimes gases escaping the manifold cover could cause the engine to sound different.
You could damage the Engine because Gasoline is potent than Diesel
It's not a common practice, but it could be done with a pre-EPA2010/pre-Euro 5 diesel engine.
Not in a warehouse situation, outside use only.
yes, it is under the hood on the passenger firewall, there is also a relay there also that could be bad. or the pump could be out
Rudolf Diesel invented the diesel engine which now powers many large vehicles
It would not run. Diesel fuel's flashpoint is too low to ignite in a spark-ignition engine.
Diesel engines fire on compression rather than spark. This requires that a diesel engine be made much stronger than a petrol engine. All internal components are made to much stronger specifications. A petrol engine could not handle the higher compression and would self destruct.
Bad things can happen, due not operate the engine until having the fuel tank drianed and clean diesel added.
If it is a diesel engine it could be the glow plugs.
Could be a 5.9L V8, 5.7L V8, 8.0L V10, 5.9L diesel, 6.7L diesel. Depends on the year.
well you could do anything really but I personally would put it in a truck or smash it
A diesel engine would use 15w40 a gas engine could use 15w40 or 10w40
Running the engine hot repeatedly.
Depending on which engine it has, horsepower could range from 300HP to 435HP.