If your talking about cars... If you smell a burning smell, or your red battery light comes on then i would get your alternator checked out!
You hear a KABOOM
i would see if you need a starter i would let someone that you know that know how to work on cars look at it or take it to a good shop because some shops don't know what their doing
We now know that cars run by burning oil release carbon dioxide emissions that are causing global warming and climate change.
engine burning oil( white or blueish exhaust smoke ), water in oil, oil in water, water in exhaust.
All engine coolant is roughly the same but some are advertised for performance cars.
Need to know the year of engine to answer correctly.
If you know some of the basics on cars and know how to do like engine work or transmission work, you should not have a problem. I would suggest you go to a professional though.
the basic understanding of the conbustable engine
If the converter is stopped up your engine will not run. cars that have a converter stopping up will have a different burning type smell. When you get your emissions checked, one of the items that is checked is the converter.
It would be good to know what causes the burning in the first place. If the pain persists, it would be convenient to consult with a doctor.
I would to know too. Somebody know
They measure engine speed in RPM, but car speed in MPH. If you want to know how they know how fast the cars go from the stands or the officials' booths, that is what radar guns are for. Inside the cars, the speedometer tells how fast they are going, and the tachometer tells how fast the engine is running.
For all I know, for the RX8, about 1k or 10k of them were made a V6. All though if I remember correctley, one of Mazda's cars were not even produced with a rotary engine and I think it was called the Comet.
if its a 1.6 its a d16
You will smell it burning and your engine will slip as you pull away in first gear and while going uphill.
I don't know, you tell me.
Need to know if it has a 2.2 L or the 3.4 L engine.
I would doubt you would pour engine block sealer into coolant. More likely it would just need to be put in with the oil. Like lucas. I dont know your particular product. Depends also, are you leaking coolant, or burning it?
It is important to know the layout of a cars engine. The dipstick for the transmission is found under the red capped tube in the engine.
they probably would have but in the movies there are hardly any 'toddler' cars who are learning.
There is no real average as their is such a wide range of prices in used cars. I would think, based on what I know, that $10,000 would be about average.There is no real average as their is such a wide range of prices in used cars. I would think, based on what I know, that $10,000 would be about average.
Something is lose. I say that it might have a problem in chasis or make.CALL your dealer to know more :)
It is important to know what the warning lights mean on a cars dashboard. The warning light that looks like an engine, is the Check engine light, it means there is a problem within the engine.
where is the engine number located on the 5.6L GMC engine.