Excessive revving of an engine causes overpressure in the crankcase. It causes unhealthy expansion in the pistons and the valves.
too much fuel, excessive oil consumption
There are several possible causes for the engine codes P0136 and P0141. Some possible causes for P0136 are oxygen sensors, fuel injectors, or intake air leaks. Possible causes for P0141 are the engine control module and the oxygen sensors.
That is one of dozens of possible causes.That is one of dozens of possible causes.
Excessive engine RPM....low oil level.....engine component wear/stess/fatigue ....over heating....
excessive amount of fuel, running too rich.
Maybe, have the codes checked to know possible causes.Maybe, have the codes checked to know possible causes.
Excessive engine torque. Also the rubber will deteriorate if its really old or soaked with rubber.
could be anything. if it's not engine oil, or some kind of engine treatment designed to add to your oil , it's more then likely a form of contamination.
Excessive crankcase pressure will cause this problem two possible causes are worn/broken piston rings or a blocked engine breather.
Have the codes checked to know possible causes.Have the codes checked to know possible causes.
It could.Have the codes checked to know possible causes.It could.Have the codes checked to know possible causes.
Have the system checked for codes. You will then know possible causes.Have the system checked for codes. You will then know possible causes.
You eating the engine.
That is one of many possible causes.
If the check engine light is on, the computer has detected a malfunction and set a code. You will need to have the code scanned to know possible causes.If the check engine light is on, the computer has detected a malfunction and set a code. You will need to have the code scanned to know possible causes.
pressure test the coolant system you will find a blown intake or head gasket
There are dozens and dozens of causes for the check engine light to stay on. You need to have the computer checked for codes to know possible causes.
Blown head gasket or cracked head.
Trouble code P0402 means: Exhaust Gas Recirculation Flow Excessive Detected
yes...the lack of air would causes excessive fuel which would cause black smoke.
possible blown head gasket, and a fuel leak /// unless is a diesel engine, in which case it probably running too rich, possible turbo, possible valve timing, possible intercooler
Driving in low gears. Pushing hard on the accelerator ("flooring it"). Going uphill. Driving with excessive weight (like a trailer). Either shift up or lay off the gas to bring your engine speed down. This is a classic symptom of a "worn clutch" in a manual transmission vehicles. The friction disc cannot transfer power under load so it slips under load causing excessive engine reving. Excessive engine RPM at idle can be caused by a vacuum leak or by a stuck Idle Air Control (IAC) valve.
possible bad TPS, IAC, or ECT sensors
There are so many posiblities that no answer is possible to this question