not long If you are saying that you only have 50 psi compression on two of the cylinders, then you need to find out why those two cylinders are that low on compression. You may have burnt valves, broken rings, or a blown head gasket. A blown head gasket is very serious and should be repaired ASAP. Stop driving the car until you find out why the compression is low.
Replacing an engine in a vehicle can be very exspensive. Without a warranty you can expect to pay about $5000.
You surely cannot expect to get an answer? Repair WHAT on the engine? What is wrong with it?You surely cannot expect to get an answer? Repair WHAT on the engine? What is wrong with it?
No year, make, model, or engine size and you expect an answer?No year, make, model, or engine size and you expect an answer?
It completely depends on the mileage, age of the vehicle, how many doors the vehicle has, engine size and also the condition of the vehicle. If you have a vehicle which is not in good condition, has a lot of mileage and is a vehicle registered in 1997, you would expect not to get a lot for it. However, if your vehicle is fairly new and has a low mileage, then you would price it at a higher offer.
Theoretically any combustion engine can be fitted with a supercharger, but don't expect it to be an easy, bolt-on job. Carb, intake manifolds and drive pulleys would have to be heavily modified. If it's an EFI engine you won't have the carb to worry about, but would instead have to have the engine control remapped.
It would help to know the make and year of this vehicle if you expect an answer. Opel, right? What year and what engine?
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The asking price you may expect to find when shopping for a used vehicle from a dealer The asking price you may expect to find when shopping for a used vehicle from a dealer
It depends, if you expect to keep the vehicle for the long term, go for the better one. If you expect to get rid of the vehicle soon get the cheap one.
The black lump is mostly carbon. Normally I would expect to find some partial combustion byproducts as well, since combustion is rarely 100% efficient.
You can expect to get an average of about 175,000 miles out of the 2004 Tahoe. This varies with the type of care the vehicle receives.
AnswerIf you expect an answer it would be of great help to know what make, model, and engine size in the vehicle you are asking about. Otherwise you will not receive an answer as they are all different.As already stated, depending on the year, make, model and engine, emission related vacuum line routing is displayed on a white sticker in the engine compartment in many vehicles.
That depends on how well the vehicle is maintained. 100 to 150K miles before major engine refresh is not out of the ordinary with the new cars. However , is you do not maintain the unit don't expect to get good service out of it.
Dependant on what vehicle the Limo is based upon and what engine it is in, it will usually be >25% less than what is quoted by the manufacturer of the original vehicle. This is because they have significant body reshaping/reinforcing/extra panels to accommodate and create the extra length. Pair this with significantly more people on board adding extra weight, the fuel economy is affected.For a vehicle which is usually getting 25mpg, expect it to be
If you expect an answer you need to list which engine you are asking about.
If you are in the market for a used 2000 Ford F-150 with low miles you can expect to pay about $4,000. If you look around for this vehicle, this is the price you can expect.
It's perfectly reasonable to expect 200K or more from any U.S. built vehicle provided that it is maintained properly.
A brake job depends on where you take your vehicle and the type of vehicle you have. Generally, you can expect to pay around $150 per axle.
Generally you can expect 10 years, after that the repair bills outweigh the value of the vehicle.
Combustion is a chemical change. You would expect methanol to be fully oxidised to CO2 and water. Any residue could may be due to impurities or more likely to incomplete combustion which produced sooty carbon residues.
If the old plugs and wires were bad I would expect the engine to start and run better.
It's an interference engine. Once timing is gone, expect failures in upper parts.