I have a 98 with a 350 it doses the same thing NEW ANSWER: It only takes 7 LBS. to compleatly lube a SB. Chevy at an Idle.
If you have at least 30 LBS of oil pressure while driving down the road your o'kay
Depends on the make of engine, but that sounds about normal .
Sounds like the linkage that goes from your gearstick to the transmission needs adjusting.
sounds like to me your transmission needs to be rebuilt
40 psi with a warmed up engine sounds normal to me.
It sounds like bhrum bhrum
Sounds like you need a new radiator cap, you can get the cap tested to see if it is holding the rated pressure.
yes absolutely, just happend to me on a rebuilt engine, with less than 2hrs runnjing time.
# Set all tire pressures to the recommended kPa/psi. # Turn ON the ignition, with the engine OFF. # Press the MODE button until LOW TIRE PRESSURE HOLD SET TO RESET is displayed. # Press and hold the SET button until a chime sounds and TIRE PRESSURE RESET is displayed and a chime sounds 3 times. # release the SET button and TIRE PRESSURE NORMAL is displayed.
Lifters or valves.
The sounds heard while measuring blood pressure in this way are called the Korotkoff sounds, and undergo 5 phases: # initial 'tapping' sound (cuff pressure = systolic pressure) # sounds increase in intensity # sounds at maximum intensity # sounds become muffled # sounds disappear
this sounds fishy .... Did you screw that motor up ?
Do not run the engine until you have checked oil level, sounds like you are very low on oil.
Yes, that blood pressure sounds normal. For most people, normal is between 100-160 on top, between 55-90 on the bottom. Make sure you check your blood pressure after resting about five minutes for an accurate reading.
a series of vibratory sounds made by turbulent blood flow. The sounds are longer than normal heart sounds and can be heard between the normal sounds of the heart.
It's got to be washing by the piston rings in the combustion chamber. Sounds like an engine rebuilt is in order very soon.
Audi A4 1999 1.9TDi Oil pressure light on continously. Engine sounds fine. How do I remove electrical connector to remove switch and check pressure with a gauge?
It sounds like you might be having the baby right now! Get to the hospital!!
What you're describing sounds suspiciously like a worn compressor.
It sounds like the fuel pressure is bleeding off thus not enough pressure to open the injectors. After a couple of tries the fuel pump rebuilds the pressure and the engine will then run.
It sounds like your engine is in need of a ring job. I imagine your also losing a significant amount of oil and possibly water as well. I dare say that the head gasket isn't far behind. Your engine needs rebuilt.
This sounds like there is low or no oil pressure.Best to have oil pressure tested with a mechanical gauge.Running a engine with low or no oil pressure will cause major damage to it.
Abnormal sounds may be heard before, after, or during the normal heart sounds. For instance, sounds associated with stenosis may be heard before the closing of that valve.
Sounds like you have a faulty thermostat. Its nothing expensive on hard to replace.
Check the fuel filter and the fuel pump pressure. The problem sounds like the fuel pressure is too low to keep the engine running.