You probably don't have compression in one or both of your rotors. Perform a compression test to verify.
The starter drive is shot. Replace the starter and hope the ring gear isn't damaged.
she started a war
It caused my GMC Sierra to hesitate on startup. I had to sit there and keep cranking it until it started.
a few days after starting uroxatral for a slightly enlarged prostate i started to get prolonged morning erections that lasted up to 30 minutes. doctor said i was his first patient to suffer this problem. told me to stop medicine. prolonged morning erections have stopped.
Yes. The early models (pre 1910) did. The engine was started by cranking and a dynamo continued to supply current.
The day that is today ended yesterday and started this morning.
The humans started littering and it polluted the water.
No, the word 'started' is not a noun; the word started is the past tense of the verb to start. Example sentence:We started our trip at four in the morning.
It started early in the morning, the walk to Gogotha.
start jogging or take a morning walk you can also start exercising by dancing in the morning before eating
The battle of Lexington started in the early morning on April 19, 1775 in Lexington, Massachusetts.
it started all in the morning ............
Yes, morning is a noun, a common, singular, abstract noun. The word morning is also an adjective. Examples: Noun: The morning that I started my new job was cold and wet. Adjective: The morning paper is on the table. (can be seen as a noun adjunct)
Yes...all valves bent...smacked piston...good old interference engines. Started cranking really fast cause valves stuck open from overheat then...BAM...backfire out intake after only 15seconds of cranking...Head back off again. answering own question. Impossible to say. You need to find out why it backfired. Suggest you do a compression test.
I drive a 2000 ford explorer xls and i had trouble getting it started one night. It has never done it again so I think that I got some bad gasoline. This may also be the case with yours. Try running plus or super and see how it goes.
Could be a number of things but if it was starting O.K. one minute and then started acting up, Crankshaft sensor, down by the air conditioning compressor, Cam sensor, behind the power steering filler upper. Or also could be the fuel pump or fuel pump relay .
A single-phase induction motor has a main winding and a starting winding. When the motor has run up to normal speed the starting winding can be switched out, but for small motors this is not usually worth the trouble.
In my 98 Rodeo, it was several things.....First gas mileage went down; second, it had trouble starting, or turning over, and had to pump the gas pedal 15 to 30 times to get it to "catch". This was worse first thing in the morning, but nearly the same thing happened EVERY time the car was started, didn't matter what time of day, or how long since it was started. Also smelled gasoline in the area once the vehicle was moving.
You probably are in trouble with the law if you started selling drugs to begin with.
He started a war as he was trying to make it his empire
It would help to know what year and model you have but if it is fuel injected try replacing the engine coolant sensor.
Try changing transmission fluid and filter
Sometimes they started in the morning before breakfast, or after dinner.