On quite a few older 2 stroke jet ski's, water is injected into the exhuast flow to cool the exhaust pipe, and possible turn the pipe. If the moter stops running and you turn the ski over the wrong way this water can enter the cylinders. Once in the cylinders it can damage the pistons and rings. If the ski is running this is not a problem because the exhaust gasses keep the water from entering the cylinders. If the ski is not running there isn't anything to keep the water from entering the cylinders if the ski is rolled the wrong way.
theres a very good chance that the engine has a blown head gasket. what is happening is the water cooling the engine is escaping past the head gasket & into the engine, mixing with the oil making it milky coloured. the water is also escaping into the cylinders, making the steam come from your exhaust, you may also have trouble when turning the engine over, with water building up in the cylinders when cooling down.
White smoke in the exhaust is water leaking into a piston and turning into steam. You have a leak somewhere in your engine. Your engine may overheat because you are low on coolant. You have run it out through your exhaust pipe. Soon your engine will catch fire and burn up, but you will have saved money by not getting it fixed.
I'd be checking the oxygen sensors
it is burning way too rich.
it can if cat converter is plugged up you can check by letting run at idle and keep checking the exhaust to see if it is turning red
the catilatic converters could be stopped up.
CC is cubic centimeters. measured bore x stroke x number of cylinders. a cylinder is the sleeve in which the piston goes up and down, making a boom and eventually turning your tires
Basically, it mixes gas and air and pushes into the cylinders to ingnite and cause an explosion pushing the pistons down, and turning the crankshaft.
Fuel is injected into cylinders. Spark plugs ignite it. Piston goes down turning crankshaft. Repeat.
Can't take the heat? Instead of getting out of the kitchen, try turning on your kitchen exhaust fan. A method of spot ventilation, your kitchen exhaust fan provides an ideal means of removing unwanted heat and humidity from your kitchen work space. Of course, it is important that household exhaust fans such as those found in kitchens and bathrooms are actually designed to remove this unwanted heat and humidity from the home entirely. If your exhaust fan is instead blowing hot and humid air into your attic, it could result in condensation, water damage and the growth of harmful mold.
short answer, your getting water in the oil.
yes he is getting darker
if it its leafs are turning brown then that probably means that it is sick or is not getting enough light.
It is probaly because it is getting old.
I Dont Know, By Turning On The Light.
He's just getting old.
Reset the exhaust emission warning light by turning the ignition on and off 40 times. Light codes can be read by the old brake/accelerator press and turn the ignition on.
getting overthrown and getting his entire family shot to death
If the smoke is coming from the exhaust then it's coolant. If its not turning over then it could be hydrolocked from a coolant leak.
Flames coming out the exhaust is the result of the exhaust igniting fuel that was not burned inside the engine. Occasional pops of flame can be from backfiring, which shoots out unbirned gas that gets ignited from the heat of the exhaust. On cars without electroinc ignition or fuel injection, which covers all older cars, turning the ignition off while moving and then back on can result in a backfire and flames.
It could have to do with the fuel mix or your exhaust might not have enough back pressure, i.e. too short, or not enough muffling.
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Because its getting too hot
throwing up alot and turning blue