Either due to a bad ground or a bad amp.
Remove the doghouse (engine cover) and remove the heater duct. Then you can access both speakers through the doghouse.
engine not getting free flow of fresh cool air, perhaps fan not working or thermostat not working.
Gas turbine is a rota dynamic IC engine while Piston engine is a reciprocating IC engine. Working fluid (air+gas mixture) flows continuously through rota dynamic engine but doesn't flow continuously through reciprocating engine. In case of piston engine a batch of working fluid enters in to the working chamber, goes under various processes & finally leaves out the working chamber. Next batch of fluid then enters into the working chamber & goes through the same procedure. But in a gas turbine working fluid enters continuously while going under various processes leaving the chamber simultaneously.
It's probably an electrical problem. It could be the radiator or the alternator. Check the filter caps.
There are many reasons why an engine will sputter when revved. There may not be enough fuel getting to the engine, there may not be enough electricity getting through the car, or the computer could be going out.
Sounds Like Your Engine Fan Has Stopped Working, Or You Are Not Getting Enougn Air Moving Through Your Radiator. How It Works You Have A Fan That Runs When Your Engine Reaches a Tempature For It To Turn On. If You Turn The A/C On It Will Run The Other Fan For Pulling Air Through Your A/C Condensor & Help Cool The Engine Also. Have The Fan Checked. Hope This Helps
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The thermostat would be the first thing I would check.
engine is working by using of three or four stroke . and its follow cycles.
No , the engine coolant will start flowing through the radiator when the engine coolant thermostat starts to open ( assuming everything is working properly ) Helpfull
It is important to have a well working car while on the road. The lack of fuel getting to the engine would cause hesitation on acceleration,
The working of an engine...
What part of the engine? The ONLY way that I can think is that it got into the coolant system through a crack in the radiator. Otherwise, someone put it in the engine.
No the turbo runs off of exhaust, then forces the compressed air through the engine.
Probably not. You will either blow a fuse or blow your speakers before you do any damage to the electrical system in your car.
no fuel getting to the engine on clio 1.2 8v
If you are using an amp for this than you may be experiancing "engine noise". Or you may be pushing more power through the speaker than they can handle. In most cases "static" is distortion in the translation from electrical frequencies to sound frequencies.
Blow-by Engine is getting tired Excessive engine wear bad rings
A gm 3.8 l v6 or 3800 cc engine cannot have antifreeze in exhaust without first getting into the engine. If its getting into the exhaust it may be entering the cumbustion chambers through a damaged cylinder head or head gasket. Also this engine depending on the model year may have issues with the intake manifold gasket, that can cause antifreeze to leak into the engine oil.
If your getting that far into the engine you need to at least by yourself a haynes or chiltons repair manual for the vehicle your working on because in some cases you need to replace the head bolts.
Check to see that the heat control is working, and water is flowing through the heater core. Make sure that the engine thermostat is not stuck open, and the engine coolant is full.
add a ground wire between the engine and the body
start by disconneting the fuel filter on the engine side then turn the key if there is no fuel getting through then it is a clogged filter. if tht is not the problem then your screwed. start by disconneting the fuel filter on the engine side then turn the key if there is no fuel getting through then it is a clogged filter. if tht is not the problem then your screwed.