Fuel and Engines
Ford Bronco XLT
How much money would it take to put a diesel engine in my 96 Bronco?
Asked in Ford Bronco II
What kind of diesel engine can you put in a 1984 Bronco II?
A small 86 HP 2.3L 4-cylinder diesel engine was offered through 1987 on Bronco II's. Bronco II's were made from 1984 to 1990. so if you find this engine it should fit your Bronco II. I researched this before i answered your question so i knew it would be correct!!! good Luck!!! A small 86 HP 2.3L 4-cylinder diesel engine was offered through 1987 on Bronco II's. Bronco II's were made from 1984 to 1990. so if you find this engine it should fit your Bronco II. I researched this before i answered your question so i knew it would be correct!!! good Luck!!!
Is it possible to replace punto petrol engine to disel engine .?
Asked in Fuel and Fuel Intake
Is diesel fuel conditioner good or bad for your engine?
Asked in Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG)
Can we convert public buses from diesel engines to LPG engines?
Asked in Cars & Vehicles
Can you mix transmission oil with diesel to run in a diesel engine?
Asked in Jeep
Is the engine of a mercedez Benz the same with that of a jeep?
Asked in Fuel and Fuel Intake, Combustion Engines
Can you turn a gasoline engine to a diesel engine?
Will low sulfur diesel fuel harm new diesel engines?
Asked in Cars & Vehicles, Dodge Ram, Combustion Engines
Can you convert gasoline engine to a diesel engine?
Asked in Fossil Fuels
Can gasoline be used in a diesel engine?
Not well, it's too volatile and would knock ... and the engine would need to be redesigned. No, it should not be used in diesel engine . Gasoline's flash point and other characteristics are completely different to that of diesel. gasoline requires a spark to ignite it and diesel requires compression for it to self ignite.
Asked in Head Gaskets and Valve Covers
Why would engine sound like a diesel at operating temp?
Can a gasoline engine be converted to a diesel engine?
Asked in American Cars
Why does a diesel engine use a different type of fuel?
Diesel engines do not require "ignition" to burn diesel fuel--it is powered by the "heat of compression" therefore diesel fuel has a much higher "flash point" than gasoline. If you were to put gasoline in a diesel engine you would probably blow the heads off the engine. Due to lower "flash point" (temperature when fuel ignites). If you were to put diesel fuel in a gasoline powered engine, it would not ignite and engine will not start. Due to higher "flash point).