How does an engine flood?
too much petrol in the cylinder not being burnt
You are. Don't drive through a flood. A car engine was not intended to be submerged in water, particularly dirty flood water. Read More
Driving through flood water would cause the ignition to fail and stall the engine. Read More
Engine, not motor, and that depends on your insurance policy. If you don't have flood insurance specifically, flood damage is typically not covered. Read More
if you press the pedal to much that is what can cause the engine to flood Read More
An engine will flood if there's too much fuel going in because of a stuck choke, a bad spark not igniting the fuel, failed temperature sensors, bad fuel regulator, timing...the list goes on. Read More
What are the ratings and certificates for Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends - 1984 Toby and the Flood 5-10?
Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends - 1984 Toby and the Flood 5-10 is rated/received certificates of: Australia:G Read More
Why are my lifters tapping after flood water was drained from the engine and the oil has been changed?
u need to flush engine use right viscocity oil from flood water in engine you have some debri left in engine that is not allowing lifters to seat properly probably still have some water in lifters Read More
The injectors in them are known to drip after you turn off the engine, after its been running for a short period. Pull the fuel pump relay, crank the engine for a bit and it should clear the flood. Or buy new injectors. Read More
Need to know the year and what it is in. Read More
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. Read More
i dont understand your question, coolant wont flood your engine unless your head is cracked or warped,?????? and if it does flood, you will just hydraulic the combustion chamber, =not good:( Read More
you're unsure if the flood water's depth, don't risk it. Also, don't wade through if there are vehicles coming from the opposite direction, as the waves can flood your engine. Drive in low gear and make sure to keep the revs high. Once you clear the flood, test your brakes. Read More
is usually bad dont flood ur engine It will reach the crank shaft, which will whip it into a foam that won't lubricate the engine well. Read More
If a motorcycle engine is turned off and the choke is left pulled out for an indiscriminate amount of time unintentionally will this damage or dirty the carbuerator?
No,it may flood the engine. Read More
the choke could be sticking causing the car the flood Read More
What do you do if you flood your engine trying to start your 2000 Chevy cavalier i think the engine may be flooded. it cranks when i try to start it but with no start.?
Let it set for about 2 hours or push the accelerator pedal to the floor and hold it there while turning the engine over. Rarely do fuel injected engines flood. If they do then something is wrong with the firing system. Read More
Depending on where is was, or how bad the flood was, the signs will change. The usual signs are an odor, usually pretty bad on the inside, especially from the upholstery. If the water had salt in it, you might see salt residue in the engine compartment and on the undercarriage. Also, there will possibly be rust where there isn't usually rust: inside door panels, underside of hood, radiator... The main problem with flood cars… Read More
A saline or saltwater engine may refer to an engine specially designed for salt water usage. Typically, the term is a term meaning the engine has been exposed to salt water via leakage, flood, hurricane, or other disaster and is ruined. Read More
To much oil in an engine can cause it to flood which will then lead to blowing seals. But it should not effect how the car idles. Read More
Your car's engine most likely got flooded when the water covered your car. Read More
What would cause a fuel injected car to flood when trying to start The spark plugs are wet with fuel?
You cant flood a fuel injected vehicle. It would be something else making it not start. It could be a bad fuel pump or spark plugs. Anything to do with the ignition. Distributorless pack, where all the wires plug into. Also hard starting problems are sometimes the result of an improper starting technique on the part of the driver. On a fuel injected engine, DO NOT push or pump the gas pedal when trying to… Read More
It could have a leaky carburetor or injector that's causing the engine to flood. Read More
The most common problems would be a weak or no spark OR old bad gas. Read More
Flooding in a 1994 3.1 liter Cutlass engine could be from a faulty fuel pump. The spark plugs may also be fouled. Read More
When the car is underwater, typically cause of a flood in the area. getting too much fuel in the engine. Read More
How do you stop a fuel system that floods when you start it in the morning. You can drive it a little ways and it will flood and kill the engine. Then it will take up to 5 time to get the engine idle?
ask your local mechanic on how to stop it Read More
If the engine went under water so did everything else such as the transmission, front and rear differentials and all of the electronics. If you intend to continue to drive the vehicle it will become a money pit. Read More
no flood control would be stoping a flood a flood plainis land that is covered by water during a flood,formed from sediments depsited by a river Read More
Are you kidding me? Can water ruin it? Yes, can sugar water ruin it? Yes, it will go into the engine, and if it gets shocked, it won't do anything, and flood the engine. If you accidentally spilled it in your engine, call a repair man to come to your house. DO NOT DRIVE IT. If you do, the complications will get worse. -A kid who knows what he is doing Read More
An assembly of gods started the flood in the Gilgamesh flood epic. Read More
Why does your Briggs and Stratton L head twin spit gas out of the carburetor and flood out at starting?
A Briggs and Stratton L head twin engine wills pit gas out of the carburetor and flood out when starting if the diaphragm has been damaged. This will cause excessive fuel to enter the carburetor. Read More
It means, if it will flood or not and how many inches it will flood. Read More
A flood is when the water comes out of its normal path. Read More
In 2007 in July Glouctestershire was hit by flash flood (a flash flood is a flood that happened really quick due to lots of rain) Read More
should have any where from 5-6.5 psi but not to exceed 7 psi because if it does the fuel will bypass the needle when it is shut and cause the engine to flood Read More
The Thames can flood, but the waters are contained by the Flood Barrier at Woolwich Read More
The waterless flood symbolizes a dry flood. This is very important as the protagonist is sick and bored in the text. Read More
If your property is in a flood plain or your mortgagor requires flood insurance, no, you cannot cancel flood insurance. Read More
When a flood is declared a National Disaster does flood insurance automatically pay if you are in a flood zone?
If you have flood insurance it will cover damage resulting from a flood. It does not matter if a national disaster has been declared or not. Read More
Yes, The National Flood Insurance Program through FEMA facilitates Market placement of Flood Coverage for homes located in a flood zone Read More
If your engine has a carburetor, a small amount of fuel will be sprayed in to the intake manifold when accelerator is depressed, and engine isn't running. This is fuel stored in the accelerator pump reservoir to prevent hesitation. So if the engine isn't running, it will spray the first time accelerator pedal is pressed and it won't introduce additional fuel no matter how many times you press the gas pedal after the first press… Read More
Yes it can! A fuel injector is just an electic valve. The valve can can stick open and let too much fuel into the manifold. It can have excessive wear and leak even with the engine off. It is controlled by an electric signal from the computer and if the signal is wrong, it can send too much fuel into the engine. However, when you start the engine, if there is nothing wrong, pressing down… Read More