Chances are that the heat shields have come loose and are beginning to rattle. No immediate harm will come but Ford wouldn't put them there unless they had a reason. The top shield half keeps your floor from getting real freaking hot and burning the carpet. The bottom half of the shield keeps dry stuff on the ground from bursting into flames. The quick fix is to wrap a hunk of wire around the whole works and bind it down tight. Eventually that won't help so you'll have to have it repaired properly some day. Or you could just remove them. Carpets and dry stuff on the ground are overrated anyway.
Yes, you can do serious damage to the engine if the converter is clogged.
I would recommend 13. But you can as long as its not serious.
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yes but it would need to be a very serious flaw
You can do serious damage to the catalytic converter if the check engine light starts to flash.
This is merely a matter of opinion. Incase you are wondering, I know this question isn't serious.
It depends on the reason that cylinder is misfiring. It could cause serious damage to the catalytic converter.
They want to know if you are a serious student or not. It isn't a jealousy thing if that is what you are wondering.
The clutch trow out bearing has failed Change the clutch before it explodes and does serious damage to the transmission.
you know ive always been wondering how can you eat a comit and im being serious its not a joke please reply.
Continuing to drive it would probably cause serious damage to the catalytic converter which is a costly part to replace.
You shouldn't be wondering. A real man who wants you will make no excuses and will go to the ends of the earth to let you know how he feels about you.
Depends on the exact charge, the history of the defendant, and what sentence the judge imposes. If YOU are the defendant, and you were wondering if you need a lawyer, the answer is yes. That is a serious crime that can carry serious jail time.
If the converter is partially clogged it can cause the engine to overheat which can cause serious problems. Other than that if will not harm the engine.
Quite a variety of possibilities. Maybe a loose heat sheild, or a serious engine problem. Post what you find after you visit a local independent repair shop.
Sure, until the Feds or the state catches you. Modifying the emissions equipment on your vehicle can result in a serious fine.
It is glowing red because it is plugged up and the metal is getting hot. It is a serious fire hazard, don't drive the vehicle until you have it replaced.
Don't know what year, make or model you have but if you continue to drive that vehicle with the service engine flashing it may do serious damage to the catalytic converter(s).
Woke with a bruise under my left eye and it is a little soar. No one hit me and I do not have a cold. Just wondering if it is serious.
Misfires can be caused by many things. The most common causes are ignition system faults, fuel metering problems, and mechanical engine problems. A misfire caused by an ignition system fault or an overly rich fuel condition can lead to severe engine damage (requiring rebuild or replacement of the engine) as well as (less costly) damage to oxygen sensors, catalytic converters, exhaust system components, and carpeting. Misfires, regardless of cause, can damage automatic transmissions and powertrain mounts.
why so serious? to the guy who put the last answer you do relise this is the jokes and riddles section i wasnt actually reffering to an actual person. and if you were wondering the real answer to that joke is "the funny farm"
Immediately serious damage will be done. Why in the world would you want to use leaded fuel which you cannot even buy in the U.S. Where are you getting leaded fuel and why?
If the cat was totally blocked, the engine may start and run briefly for a few seconds. If the cat was partially blocked the engine would run but lack serious power.
You may have extremely plugged up air and fuel filters. Maybe it is time for a serious tune up. It is also possible you have a plugged up catalytic converter or a restriction in the exhaust system.
super heated by exhaust, your up stream O2 sensor is dead, your catalytic converter is plugged. This is serious and needs immediate attention for risk of fire to auto and severe damage to catalytic converter. If a rich condition causes raw fuel or vapor to reach the converter fire can occur. Get a capable shop to check this ASAP.