I am not sure if you mean flooded as in too much gas or submerged into water. If it is by gas then you could just let it set and try again later or take out individual plugs and use compressed air to blow them dry.
Now if you are talking about water that is a whole different beast. You need to remove all the plugs at once and turn the engine over several times to blow out any water. Dry the air filter out. Then you need to put fresh oil in it.
the engine is flooded with gas
It depends on how badly the engine is flooded. If you've solved the original problem you can always pull the plugs, purchase an air gun with a long extension tube, connect it to a compressor and blow each cylinder completely dry. Make sure you mark the sparkplug wires first, so you'll be able to get them back where they were. Or... if it's just moderately flooded you can use some starting fluid to force the engine to start. Ether in the starting fluid is a lot more volatile and will burn when gasoline won't. If it were me, I'd try the starting fluid first and if that doesn't work THEN I'd escalate to compressed air in the cylinders.
Possible internal engine damage.
An ATV's engine can get flooded if you hold the throttle open for too long. At the bottom of the carburetor, there is a screw that can be opened to drain it.
Remove spark plug and dry it. Should start.
people in very dry areas got flooded and people in very wet areas went dry.
you can try getting the engine blowed out, but that may not solve it if it has sat a long period of time.
It was built in dry dock then the dock was flooded to move the ship out
Chances are no it will need to be rewired. Because of all the salt that's in the water you will need to have the whole car rewired.
maybe one of the electrical outlets in the engine got electricuted which made the engine not start.
A wadi is just a dry river bed,flooded in the rainy season. There are thousands of them.
you flooded it
too much fuel is being pushed into the cylinder from the carb
Yep.That is why you should go slow through a flooded road so it doesn't get in your engine. Hope this helps :)
Dry, desert climate and it got flooded by the two rivers in the spring the Euphrates and the Tigris
If it floods which can only happen with a carburetor engine not fuel injection and if it does flood let it sit for a few minutes and it will be fine.
Depends on the type of flooding. Hopefully the gas flooded and not the water flooded. If it's flooded by gas try starting it with throttle wide open. If it doesn't work after a while, remove spark plugs and crank engine over for few seconds (remember to watch out for the spark) Install new spark plugs. If the engine is flooded from water, you will have to remove the spark plugs and crank on it for a while till all water comes out. *I have personal experience here* Install spark plugs and attempt to start, if not remove plugs and keep cranking. It may fire for a second or two. Keep removing spark plugs to dry them off and crank some more. Keep this up back and forth for a while, or till engine fires up.
normally these engines are ok. check the air filter, is it wet, if so replace it, keep airbox open and allow engine to dry out completey, reassembly vehicele with dry airfilter, and start engine, if engine runs, rev it up very high to blow out any water in engine. engine might be good still even though it runs very poorly, the vehicle will have to driven hard for at least 10 miles and the check engine light will have to be reset. if engine does not clear up and run smooth after 20 miles of hard driving it is probably bad. good luck.
no gas, no oil (if no oil, engine is scrap metal) engine is flooded, spark plug wirre went bad
Yes, once water getst into your engine oil, your car will never survive again unless maybe a costly repair. -Jakeanswers
By overheating, by ice if exposed to cold with not enough antifreze in the coolant. By overpressure if they get flooded and cranked, or if its a turbo engine with a faulty wastegate.
chances are the battery is out of wack or the engine could be flooded
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If by flooded, you mean with fuel, there are two solutions. One is to leave the engine alone for a while (an hour or so should be plenty long). The other is to hold the gas pedal on the floor (do not pump it) while starting the engine until the engine starts. Give the starter a break periodically, don't crank for more than 45 seconds continuously or damage can occur to the starter. If by flooded, you mean with water, it would depend on how long and what kind of water is involved. Repair could be as simple as flushing the engine, or as complicated as a total rebuild.
If your engine becomes flooded it can be cleared by opening the accelerator to the full throttle position. When the throttle is open all the way and the engine rpm is less than 400 the pcm will close the fuel injectors while the engine is turning over in order to clear excess fuel. When the accelerator is reduced to below about 75 percent the pcm will return to start mode.