Asked in Cadillac Seville
Is the fuel pump to a 99 Seville SLS Northstar internal or external?
Asked in Fuel Filters, Toyota Corolla
How do you replace the fuel filter in a 2000 Toyota Corolla?
It would depend on if this is an internal or external fuel filter. If it is an internal, you need to drop the fuel tank to do this. If it is external, all you would need to do is unbolt it. ...
Asked in Chevy Corvette
Where is the fuel PUMP located on a 1986 Corvette Is it internal in the tank or external?
Fuel injected? in the fuel tank Carb.? look at the lower front section of engine ...
What is the difference between internal combustion engine and external combustion engine?
An internal combustion engine burns the fuel inside the engine itself, i.e. gasoline burning in the cylinders. An external combustion burns the fuel outside the engine, i.e a steam engine on a locomotive. ...
1996 ford f250 powerstroke is using a lot of fuel?
Restricted fuel filter, air filter caused by lack of maintenance. Internal or external fuel leaks. Check for an external leak in the valley of the engine, the cam driven fuel pump is in the center of the engine and has a tendency to leak. A internal leak would be a cracked head, check the coolant and oil for fuel contamination. ...
Asked in Cars & Vehicles, Inventions, Physics, Chemistry, Periodic Table, Elements and Compounds, Combustion Engines
What is the difference between the Internal combustion and the External combustion engine?
In an Internal Combustion Engine, the Fuel is burnt in the cylinder or vessel eg. Diesel or Petrol engine used in Cars. Gasoline engines, Wankel engines, diesels, gas turbines are all examples of internal combustion. In an External Combustion Engine, the internal working fuel is not burnt. Here the fluid is being heated from an external source. The fuel is heated and expanded through the internal mechanism of the engine resulting in work. eg. Steam Turbine, Steam engine Trains. ...
Difference between internal combustion engines and external combustion engines?
In an Internal Combustion Engine, the fuel is burned in the cylinder or vessel. Eg. Diesel or Petrol engine used in Cars. Internal engine has its energy ignited in the cylinder, like 99.9% of engines today. In an External Combustion Engine, the internal working fuel is not burned. Here the fluid is being heated from an external source. The fuel is heated and expanded through the internal mechanism of the engine resulting in work. Eg. Steam Turbine, Steam engine Trains. An external combustion example is...
How are internal and external combustion different?
In terms of engines, an external combustion engine such as a steam engine burns fuel outside of the pressure cylinder used to drive the piston. An internal combustion engine such as a petrol or diesel engine burns the fuel inside the pressure cylinder used to drive the piston. ...
Asked in Fuel Filters, Dodge Durango
Where is external fuel filter for the 2001 Dodge Durango?
The fuel filter is not external. It is inside the tank, part of the fuel pump module. The fuel filter is not external. It is inside the tank, part of the fuel pump module. ...
Basic difference in Internal combustion and External combustion engine's work principle?
internal combustion engine is one in which we burn the air fuel mixtue inside the cylinder of engine eg car engine external combustion engine is one in which we burn the fuel outside of engine and then take the hot gases inside the prime movers for taking out work eg gas turbine ...
What is an external combustion engine?
An external combustion engine is one in which the oxidation of the fuel occurs outside the engine, which provides heat to the motive portion of the engine. External combustion is characterized by burning the fuel outside of the moving parts, as opposed to burning fuel inside the cylinders of an internal combustion engine. The Steam engine, using steam pressure, is an example of external combustion, as in the "Stanley Steamer," an early motorcar; and in steamships The combustion is in the boiler, not...
What is the fuel that goes into a internal combustible engine?
The fuel that goes in to an internal combustible engine are gasoline or diesel fuel. ...
Asked in Fuel Filters
89 F250 fuel problem truck will start and run about 5 min and then stall. After warm it will not start. internal Fuel pump external fuel pump fuel filter sending unit Vapor lock?
buy a Chevy is it a desile or gas