General engine health can be determined by testing compression, oil pressure and blowby. The noise you describe can be caused by several things. Check the "temerature riser", a valve that allows exhaust gasses to cross over the intake manifold to pre-heat a cold engine. Also check the EGR valve. If it's leaking it can sometimes make a sound that might be interpreted as tapping. It could also be a collapsed lifter. That often occurs if the oil hasn't been kept clean. There are a few engine cleaning products that help occasionally, but don't count on it. You might also want to check your exhaust manifold and gasket. If the gasket is blown, or if the manifold is cracked, it can also make that loud tapping sound.
A tapping noise might come into the engine because of heat damage to the lifters of the motor. You might also hear a tapping sound if the engine has been damaged due to a blown head gasket.
One of the symptoms of a blown head gasket for a Toyota Camry is excessive steam or coolant coming from the tailpipe. Engine oil mixing with the coolant and a miss in the engine are also symptoms of a blown head gasket.
If the light is not coming on when you turn on the ignition, check the bulb, it may be blown.
if it's coming from the tail pipe or an exhaust leak, it means you have a blown head gasket!
With a blown head gasket the engine will still run, poorly with issues, but run. A blown engine will not continue to run from that moment on.
Water coming up by your head bolt (regardless of engine size) probably means you have a loose head bolt or a blown head gasket.
Bulb is blown or has been removed.
The term "blown engine" usaully means the the engine is dead in which case you would not have any power. In the racing world the term "blown engine" could mean something else. A blown engine would be an engine that is super charged with a blower in which case you would have more power.
Coolant mixing with the engine oil and/or engine oil mixing with the coolant could be symptoms of a cracked head or blown head gasket. A whitish sweet smelling steam coming out the exhaust is another symptom.
White smoke coming from the engine can mean many different things. One such thing is that your car may have a blown head gasket or that oil is burning in the engine.
If it has just left large amounts of motor oil, engine coolant and engine parts in the road, it is probably blown.
Sure it will start with a blown head gasket. But, if you continue to run this engine with a blown head gasket you will destroy the engine.
If there are no blown fuses in your Lincoln ls, then there could be a short in the wires causing your power locks to not work.
A blown intake gasket will cause the engine to run too lean, which in turn will cause drivablity problems. A blown head gasket on the other hand may or may not effect the drivablity of the vehicle and may not set the check engine light. Serious engine damage will occur if you continue to drive a vehicle with a blown head gasket. You can see any or all of these symptoms. White smoke coming from the exhaust, A sweet smell at the exhaust, Loss of coolant, Coolant in the oil, air bubbles in the radiator, engine miss. Either of these conditions may or may not set the check engine light.
Blown head gasket or cracked block.
You have a blown head gasket. Open your radiator while the engine is running. You should find exhaust coming from it.
it means it is equipped with a supercharger
most often blown meaning supercharged - air being forced into the engine by a belt driven device..look on howstuffworks.com for a bunch of info. or it could also be referring to an engine that has "blown up" - blown a piston or rod etc.
You will see steam come from the tailpipe in the winter which is caused by the hot exhaust coming from the engine making contact with the cold metal in the exhaust system. This is normal and no cause for alarm. However if the white smoke does not dissipate almost instantly and seems to continue you may have a blown head gasket. If the exhaust smells sweet you almost certainly have a problem and the gasket is blown. A blown gasket will destroy the engine in time. If you are not sure have it looked at by a professional.
Your answers will vary on this, however I do not consider a motor "blown" unless it has a hole in it caused by an explosion or internal malfunction such as a rod thrown through the engine block, or if it has over heated ( extreamly ) and warped the engine. if the engine is not fixable I say its blown. Some others will call it blown if just the headgaskets are blown or maybe if the engine jumped timing. These are fixable and even if an engine piston rod is broke but has not injured the block it also can be fixed. each Mechanic has their own opinion on what is called blown, some will call it blown just because they don't want to work on that model. Get a second opinion always !
Heater hose has a leak, freee plugs expanded in freezing weather because not enough antifreeze , engine block cracked or a blown head gasket.
A blown engine.
Blown head gasket.
White smoke is usually vaporized coolant. You may have a blown gasket or a crack somewhere.
Sure you CAN, but if you do continue to run an engine with a blown head gasket you will destroy the engine. Do not run any engine with a blown head gasket or you will be buying a new engine.