when you park your car, at least one of your valves will be open and that is an invitataion for water, or humid air to come in from your intake, and as you know water and iron will rust,so when putting your car away for the winter, pull the spark plugs fog the cylinders with oil and turn the engine over a couple of times and spray again and put the spark plugs back in, pull off the rocker covers and loosen the rocker arms so the valves are closed and you should be ok in the spring email@example.com
The engine has seized up! Pirates have seized the port!
You need to overhaul the engine. Your first mission is troubleshooting: did the engine seize because the pistons seized, or because the main bearings seized? To do so, pull the heads and try to remove the cylinders. If they won't come off, piston seize. If they will and when you have them off the engine won't turn over...bearing seize.
a seized engine will not turn over. Even using a socket and ratchet on the crank bolt, the engine is not going to move. It is frozen, or seized up.
Sorry that's terminal is no fix.
No. If it did crank over it wouldn't be seized.
When an engine is seized up, it will not turn over. The crank cannot make a rotation. Take hold of the main pulley and try to turn it. When you cannot turn the engine over, it is seized.
Piston seized to cylinder wall Broken Crankshaft
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No it will not run at all
It will not turn over.
The tuck will run forever.
Nothing, it sits there unable to do anything
If the engine has seized, then it's pretty much done for. Transmission fluid, or engine oil, will do nothing to solve that. Transmission fluid goes in the transmission - which if that is seized, again - you're in trouble. The only way to get around replacement is to disassemble the seized component (engine, tranny, whatever) and replace the seized components and anything else that was damaged as a result of the seizing. sorry.
If it has seized up it will need overhauled or replaced.
Depending on the engine model, it can be very expensive. If it locked up, and won't turn over when you try to start it, then the engine is seized. You may consider buying a used engine from a salvage yard, or just sell the car.
If you've pulled the plugs and the cylinders are full of gas, the motor is seized, won't turn at all (have you put a socket & bar on the crank?) then replace the motor with a used/rebuilt one would be the easiest.
Seized should mean that it's not turning. Crank the engine and see if the alternator pulley spins or not.
Seized engine. Thousands of dollars to install rebuilt engine. Bad news.
No start No compression Seized?
Buy a new engine.
If it's seized it needs a rebuild.
It will not turn over on the starter motor.
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If the cranks shaft pulley is seized, the whole engine is seized.