If half of an engine's cylinders are not operating could it be caused by the use of fuel injector cleaner?
If you use it as a alt. for it but reg. use as directed will not and also check for leaks because that stuff will eat trough rubber hoses
Don't waste your money on after market injector cleaner. There are cleaning systems designed for cleaning injectors but are really only applicable to deisel fueled engines. The gasoline to day is clean , has agents that don't allow deposits to build up and believe it or not, injector cleaner is nothing but very high octane gasoline!!
None. Jet engines don't have cylinders. While Jet engines don't have cylinders they have combustors (which can also be called combustion chambers). Due to turbulence and other problems early jet engines had multiple small combustors, most modern jet engines have only one large combustor as it is simpler to build. some jets have combustion 'cans' which are cylinders but have no moving parts within
Injector firing is determined by the ECU (engine computer). Many early electronic injection systems used a gang fire technique, where all injectors were fired at the same time, once for each complete ignition firing sequence, and some were bank fire, (V type engines) firing each bank once per ignition cycle. Most modern engines are now sequential fired, where each injector is fired individually, at a specific time interval prior to that cylinders ignition event.
That would depend on what size engine you have in the 2003 Ford E-150 : GASOLINE engines 4.2L V6 ( 6 engine cylinders ) 4.6L and 5.4L V8 engines ( 8 cylinders ) 6.8L V10 ( 10 cylinders ) ------------------------------------------------------------ There is also a 7.3L DIESEL V8 engine available ( 8 cylinders )
First, there is a difference in the Volume that the cylinders displace. The larger the engine, the greater its cubic inches or liter volume. Second, 2 liter engines are almost always 4 cylinders and 3 Liter engines are almost always 6 cylinders. However, Porsche made a large 4 cylinder engine for its 944 series, which I believe was 2.7 Liters. Five cylinder engines may be between 2 and 3 Liters and are intermediate size engines.
Why is the engine output of an aircraft higher than that of a vehicle regardless of the same cylinders?
You don't. The Solara engines are fuel injected. Still, FI does need occasional cleaning. The throttle body builds up a thin ring of carbon that needs to be brushed out periodically (throttle body cleaner and a small toothbrush) and injectors can get gunked up. It's wise to pour some injector cleaner such as Seafoam in your tank once in awhile. I do it with each oil change which may be overkill but can't hurt anything…