Is it possible to replace the engine in a 1993 Ford Tempo with another brand's one if it broke down?
While it certainly is possible, unless you have a lot of time and money and know a lot about automobiles, it is probably more trouble than it's worth.
Our son bottom out and bent the oil pan on a 1986 Chevy Celebrity 2.5L and pushed the plug up in the oil pan .. Is it possible to pull that plug out and replace it with another ..If so how?
Your 95 aerostar has blown head gasket and possible a cracked engine should you replace the parts or engine?
Does a 2002 Mitsubishi Eclipse 2.4 have an interference engine If the timing belt breaks do you need a new engine?
Yes it is an interference engine and if the belt breaks you will have internal engine damage. But you will not have to replace the engine. The damage can be repaired easily and is much cheaper than installing another engine. To prevent this replace the belt every 60,000 miles as recommended by Mitsubishi.
There is a couple of possible answers. Replace the PVC valve would be the easiest, cheapest and quickest to do. If you have modified the air intake so that the internal engine air is no longer being fed into your air filter system is another. Possible gasket leak - intake manifold or head gasket. If you have engine idle or performance problems with no oil leaks it is likely that one or both gaskets are…
There is a long steel tube that runs from the heater core to the engine. This tube tends to rust through in which case you should replace it. The tube itself is not that expensive, but it's tricky to replace. You'll need to remove the alternator and the dog bone engine mounts. Rock the engine as far forward as possible and replace the tube. Russtech67
Is it possible to replace a heater matrix without taking the dashboard out on a daewoo matiz year 2000?
Can you replace your distributor with an electronic version from a used vehicle If so from what vehicle?
It's possible, but probably not worth it. You need to replace the gearbox too, at least. There are probably a bunch of smaller things that'd have to be replaced as well. If you can't do the work yourself(and already know what to do) you're most likely better ofr by selling your car and buying another with a diesel engine already fitted.
>for gasoline fed engine. it is possible that water came in contact with high tension wires/ignition coil, and other electrical parts supplying to the ignition. >another is , it is possible water is sucked inside to the engine by passing through the air filter. >another is when water level outside is above the height of the exhaust pipe, to prevent engine from stalling in this situation is only to increase RPM, engine rev.
Is it possible to fix the oil rigs on a '95 Ford Thunderbird myself Are oil rigs a universal part or are they different between different brands or models?
Every engine model has a different size of rings. The rings are probably the hardest part to change, because you have to disassemble the entire engine. If removing, tearing down and rebuilding an engine is beyond your abilitys, you should get a good used engine and swap it. Often replacing it with a used engine will be much cheaper.
The entire fuel system needs to be completely drained. Remove the tank and replace the fuel pump and screen. Replace the fuel pressure regulator. Replace any fuel filters. Remove the injectors and clean, Remove the fuel rail and clean. Diesel does NOT belong in a gasoline engine. Any attempt to run it will possible destroy it. It may not run at all, which it probably the case but if there was gasoline in the tank…