Better answer-Change the oil to synthetic oil! The knock you are hearing is the piston skirts slapping the sleeve due to dry start! Mine did the same thing with conventional oil!
Your engine knocks when you cold start it because the motor oil is not viscous enough to lubricate crank bearings, cylinders, etc. warm it up first, engine will last alot longer
A 2000 Silverado 5.3 Vortec that is hard to start and misses on one side of the engine might have a problem with the coil pack or the spark plugs. It could also mean that the block is cracked if the engine is prone to overheating.
Replace the fuel filter and use a starter fluid to start the engine.
check fuel pump it could have come loose if not its bad replace
There are many different signs that will tell you that your Honda P1457 will need to be checked. Some of the more common are when the engine knocks and you start losing power.
Most likely a bad oil sending unit
Turn the key on then push the gas pedal to the floor 3 times. Then turn key off and then start engine.
1969... When they changed to the large journal crankshaft and engine block.
If your 2003 Silverado is lurching or jerking when you start it the most common issue is the fuel pump.
check all fuses. there are 2 fuses that can prevent engine from firing if they are blown
Had a 93 Silverado that did the same thing. Had the electronic module replaced and all was well.
If an engine has proper compression, fuel/air delivered in the right ratio and the ignition spark is delivered at the right time when the engine is turned by the starter, the engine HAS to run... no choice. Go back to basics. If you've worked on something recently and the engine ran BEFORE you worked on it, be suspicious of what has changed. It could be as simple as connecting the plug wires wrong.
Turn key on ,do not start, push gas pedal all the way to the floor 3 times, turn key off and then start engine.
It is an electric fuel pump and does not require priming.Cranking the engine should start the pump to run. The computer shuts it off after 3 seconds if the engine has not started.
Well there are many different things that can go wrong with and engine and make them bad or "fried" as you put it. A few vague examples are: -If the engine is seized up it will not start. -If it does start up but knocking then it needs to be taken to a mechanic. Driving a car that knocks will only cause further damage. -A car with a blown head gasket will start and run usually but will overheat and cause further damage such as warping of the heads. If a car doesn't start it doesn't necessarily mean that the engine is "fried". There are many possibilities for why an engine will not start. Look up "no start" situations for the car make and model. Hope this helps.
Turn key on do not start, push gas pedal to the floor 3 times within 5 seconds, then turn key off,,, now start engine.
Turn key on,do not start. Push the gas pedal all the way to the floor 3 times. Then turn key off and then start the engine.
Turn key on do not start engine, Push the gas pedal all the way to the floor 3 times being sure to let all the way off each time. then turn key off and then start engine.
It could be your fuel filter needs to be changed or there may be water or trash in your fuel tank. I changed drained the gas tank on my 98 silverado and that did the trick for me.
NO. it has NOTHING to do with the engine starting. It works the fuel gauge in the dash only.
It requires an OBDII engine scanner to reset the light. If you don't fix the problem that made it come on, then it will not do any good to turn it off. You need to have the engine scaned to see why it came on to start with.
No it does not it knocks them out but after a little bit they start crawling again
I'll describe you what is happening when I'm trying to start it after rain. Starter turns..but engine won't come on. I think water is coming somehow to the system - because when I'm pushing a gas pedal while starting the engine sometimes knocks couple of times and a lot of white smoke is coming from the exhaust..then it suddenly stops. The longer after the rain the better it gets - engine knocks for a longer time....white smoke coming out of the exhaust...with me pushing a gas to max..until it starts. Any idea what could be wrong?
Your Jimmy has a crankshaft position sensor mounted by your crankshaft pully in the front of your engine on the bottom. If the senor is bad your engine does not recognize that your engine is turning and will not fire the plugs. Try changing your sensor and your engine should start.
The engine of the car may need to be cleaned or your oil may need to be changed.