Auto insurance covers damage caused during an accident. If the engine is damaged during an accident that's covered. If it's damaged for any other reason then that isn't covered.
Yes, putting petrol/gasoline in a diesel engine and running it will cause severe damage to the engine.
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has engine been damage
There is a chance of it, that engine has glow plugs, starting fluid can explode when the glow plugs come on causing engine damage. Before using starting fluid on this type engine, make sure glow plugs are not plugged in, and can not come on.
No revving your engine dosent damage it.
Yes, it can damage the engine.
damage engine no.. will the engine run no.
Well I really have no idea what a ldv is, but if your timing belt breaks and your engine is an interference engine there will be damage. If it is not an interference engine there will be no damage.
well , it depends on your engine type .. If you are using an older vehicle (an engine without MPF-i (fuel injection)) , nothing will happen , the car will just burst to a start , that is all.. But if you are using an engine with MPFi/Fuel injection , it may damage your fuel pump , so it is recommended that you start the vehicle on idle. unless if your car is not starting , you may need to step on the accelerator just a bit .. note : If you are having a K-Series Engine , The engine may quickly jump to 6000 rpm if you raise the engine while starting , and that may damage your emission and fuel injection systems
Water, or sugar. Either will prevent an engine from starting or firing and can cause damage to internal components.
Yes, If it has failed the engine computer will either: A: go into limp mode that will long term cause excess wear on the engine B: Cause the engine computer to incorrectly set the injection and ignition causing massive damage to the engine starting immediately and in a short time (2000-3000 KM) causing a complete failure.
On an interference engine the pistons can hit the valves. That will cause severe internal engine damage.
NO, it will not damage the vehicle engine by turning the heater ON before the engine has warmed up fully.
No - a small amount will not damage the engine, though may cause it to run badly. However, a larger amount can cause serious damage, and the tank and engine should be drained.
What to do before starting auxiliary engine?
Petrol in a Diesel will cause serious engine damage if you run the engine. Diesel in a petrol engine and the engine will simply not run. No damage will be done.
if the piston breaks that is engine damage.
No, but it can cause severe engine damage if you keep running the engine.
If gasoline is used in a diesel it will damage the engine. If diesel is used in a gasoline engine it will do no real damage as the engine will not run.
The engine will overheat and can cause severe engine damage. The engine will be completely ruined if it is not immediately shut off.
The 1.8L is not an interference engine, so you should not have internal damage. The 2.0L is an interference engine. Internal engine damage is likely.
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