If your sitting in the driver's seat, open your door and look on the side of your dash panel.
sitting in a running car with windows closed is any fumes released inside of car.
running, jumping, sitting.....
Sitting right on top of the engine.
It can be a leaking injector that floods the engine when it isn't running. GoodluckJoe They asked about a problem that occurs AFTER it's been running a while...not after it's been sitting, with a pressurized Fuel line.
Blower motor switch. Put it on High and it will blow when sitting still with the engine running.
First he was NOT Running Bull, but Sitting Bull and he wasn't on the Trail of Tears.
Because it's sitting in the sun.
i have a 1985 mercury grand marquise.it starts up everytime,but stawls out 2 minutes later.i have changed the fuel pump already,and it still does the same thing.the car sat for six months,but prior to it sitting,the car never had a problem staying running.whats the reason of stawling?
If you are sitting behind the wheel of a running vehicle you are considered to be 'in control' of that vehicle whether or not anyone ovserved you drive it or move it. You will be charged with "Operating While On Suspension."
If the engine is running it is using fuel.
Yes, you can have a fuel pressure test run. Replace the fuel filter to make sure that is not the problem.
There is no problem with sitting down when baby is in transverse position.
Sitting up straight
No. A verb is what you do. Any action such as jumping, running, sighing, and sitting is a verb.
take out the sparks and spray a little wd40
If you're running the car on 6 month old gasoline, that could be the problem. Gasoline breaks down over time. If that's the case, the problem will go away once you get new fuel into the system.
had same problem with 125 dirt bike that had been sitting for a year.....removed carb 'and found it clogged with residue . cleaned it and reinstalled...runs like a new one. hope this helps.
It depends on how long a "while" is. A few months is no problem, a few years and you will have fuel problems, battery problems, brake problems and cooling system hoses, belts, tires, etc problems.
prolonged sitting, occupation, certain sports like cycling and running
because you will choke on it. pull over and eat it standing or sitting.
Who told you that? No you can't ruin a car engine by running the air or heat while sitting in one place for an extended period of time. It's not good for the engine to sit for a long time running because oil builds up on the seals and such but that's about it.
It's right above the flying saucers. There's a thermometer sitting on an asteroid.