No You Only Have One Fuel Pump In The Fuel Tank.
depends on the motor check the sccoa website they should have more answers on that one
there is only one, and it is mounted on the drivers side of the frame between the front left tire and the fuel tank
lots of reasons this could happen, more than likely a speed sensor has went out
There isn't really a set pressure it can handle, it all depends what is done to the motor. If it's completely stock, not more than 15 psi because the fuel system can't keep up with much more. Upgraded fuel system and turbo, you can do over 20. I have a 1990 tsi with fuel upgrades, bigger turbo etc, but stock internals and I'm pushing close to 23 psi.
Check your driving technique - SMOOTH starts and stops (never floor it), don't speed (higher speed = more fuel consumed), make sure your vehicle is as aerodynamically efficient as it can be - take it from an aeronautical engineer on that one!
You have to more specific, is it a turbo or non turbo motor?
if the engine turns over and it is not getting fuel, more than likely fuel filter or fuel pump problems if the car is not getting fuel.
because you are making the motor run higher rpms therefore using more fuel.
time to rebuilt carbs. when you choke a motor of any kind what you are doing is cutting of the air so the motor pulls more fuel. so this meaning that when you turn choke off not enough fuel is getting to the motor.
No. However, better fuel might allow you to increase the timing without encountering detonation problems, which would result in more power.
how can I get more power out of my 8hp evinrude Sell it and buy a stronger motor
Engine will not start, engine starts but dies,,,,,, You are driving on the road, You give the motor more fuel and it does not gain power to the same rate as extra fuel that is given
Vortec motors were introduced by gm in the mid 1990's for better fuel atomization, which is when the fuel mixes with the air. With a better fuel to air mixture allows for a more efficient combustion in the cylinders = more power, better fuel economy. The actual change is in the motor heads themselves and the intake. Many people swap heads and intakes on older model chevys for an easy 20- 25hp gain.
It has a small motor, and is very light to save fuel. The Toyota prius is more econmical
You will get a warning light on dash and motor will probaly run rough and rich, meaning fuel ,air mixture will be out of wack and motor will put more fuel into compensate and to make sure motor does not run lean. the exhaust pipe will be very black and maybe black smoke. The hotter the motor gets the rougher it will run until spark plugs are clogged with excess carbon from unburnt fuel.
A Ford Aerostar that will not start may have a dead battery or be out of gas. You may need to have a mechanic look at it for more serious problems if these are not the case.
they alow the motor to take in more air via intake and evacuate more air via exhaust. thus creating more power. in short the more air and fuel you can move through a motor EFFICIENTLY the more power you will build.
the cylinders are tight and is pulling more fuel then normal on a efi motor, older cars,trucks with chokes pull more fuel till it is warmed up
The Sport button on the shifter for the 1991 Honda Accord is to change the motor so that it will have a little more power. The RPMs should go up by about 500 RPMs.
The govenor on the carbeurtor, When the motor is not getting enough fuel and is about to cut off, The govenor kicks in and squirts more fuel in to keep it alive.
Lol what KIND of Toyota motor - 3Y is one of the most common. as is the 2Y 4Y and 1RZ www.Toyota.com might be the place to go for more info.
well the real question is do you have spark are you getting fuel? well you can take and roll the motor oveer and then pull the spark plug. if the spark plug is wet you don't have spark if the spark plug is dry you have spark that's the easiest way to take a look. the motor need three thing to run fuel oxygen and spark. DO NOT ROLL THE MOTOR OVER WITH THE SPARK PLUG OUT OF THE CYLINDER YOU WILL MORE THAN LIKELY LIGHT THE FUEL THATS PUSHED OUT OF THE MOTOR IN THE COMPRESSION STAGE. when you find out if the motors getting fuel and not spark it could be your crank sensor which tells the motor when to ignite the spark plug to cause your explosion which makes the motor run. i hope this was helpful.
9 to 13 LBS. No less and no more are you will have starting are running problems.
More than likely the engine is missing on one or more cylinders and unburnt fuel is being forced past the piston rings on the compression stroke.