hi my car is leaking from the water pump so what can i do to stop leak ? and if i need to change the water pump would you guys tell me how can i change it?my car is 1997 Buick LeSabre v6 engine
No, unfortunatley it will not.
If the water level was high enough to cover the engine and water got into the crankcase, the engine would suffer severe damage if it was to be driven. So would the transmission and the rest of the drive-train.
The battery in my 1995 kia sephia had to be placed replaced and now I noticed water marks on top of brand new battery. What would cause the battery to overcharge?
If the engine is not blown, I would remove the spark plugs, and turn the engine over until you get most of the water out. Suck out the remaining if you can. And change your engine oil.
First thing would be to change the oil and filter. Perform a compression and cylinder leak down test on each cylinder, to determine how, and where, the water intrusion occured.
No, That would be a physical change....A chemical change would be for like example: Water Evaporting, Water Boiling, Water Freezing...etc
The MOST COMMON PROBLEM with that engine is that the intake manifold gasket BLOWS / LEAKS water into the engine crankcase and mixes with the oil. Replace the intake gasket and FLUSH The engine oil and change the oil filter SEVERAL TIMES Untill engine cleans up.
Ice melting would look like this in a chemical reaction equation: H2O+heat=H2O This is not a chemical reaction, but a thermal one. Water forming in a car engine would look more like this: 2H+O+heat=H2O This is a chemical reaction
What type of change would mixing powder into water be
Driving through flood water would cause the ignition to fail and stall the engine.
If it starts good when the engine is cold but starts hard when engine is warm and hesitates, check or change the water temp sending unit. Hope this helps.
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Too high a temperature
I would not change from the type it was built with.Why would yo want to risk overheating a $10,000 engine.I would not change from the type it was built with.Why would yo want to risk overheating a $10,000 engine.
A change in medium water to gelatin would affect the rate of diffusion dramatically. The change from water to gelatin would slow down the rate of diffusion.
Water would become water vapor and would not change back
You would change the head gasket. You would also have the head checked for cracks and warpage. You would also change the engine oil and filter.
I imagine a physical change would be ice to water to steam whereas a chemical change would be like hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) would change to water (H2O) and oxygen
without water there would be no weather
the object would float on top of the water so the water level would change because of the heavy object
Primarily it would change the weather patterns in the Northern Areas where the Water was diverted from.
lack of water and fertilizer would not change the growth
Anyone wishing to protect their engine.
Chage the unreliable engine