Asked in European Cars
What effect does excessive revving have on your car engine?
Excessive revving of an engine causes overpressure in the crankcase. It causes unhealthy expansion in the pistons and the valves. ...
Asked in Toyota Trucks and SUVs
What causes a squeaking sound of a 1991 Toyota 2wd truck when revving at high rpm?
bad or going bad alternator belt
Asked in Lawn Mowers and Garden Tools
What causes a lawn mower engine to constantly rev up and down?
Revving up and down is usually a symptom of a dirty air filter.
What causes diesel to emit white-grey smoke from exhaust when starting and revving engine?
Injectors, timing, low cylinder pressure.
Asked in Cars & Vehicles, Ford
What causes a blown head gasket on a 7.3 Ford diesel?
The two most common causes are either an overheating issue or over revving the engine. If over heating is the cause then the head could also be warped. ...
Asked in Science
What kind of arrangement causes an atom to become neutral?
an atom becomes neutral if the atom has an equal number of electrons and protons. ...
Asked in Dodge Power Wagon
What causes the power wagon to not move when in gear?
If its a 4x4 it's in neutral probably
What causes burning on neutral points in a circuit?
Loose wires. Corroded connectors.
Asked in Toyota Corolla
What causes an automatic corolla not to move when you put in gear and start?
It being in neutral or park.
Asked in Cars & Vehicles
What causes a car to not idle in gear but not while in park or neutral?
A vacuum leak (Brake booster).
Asked in Cars & Vehicles
What causes a clicking noise in the shifting lever?
That is the neutral safety switch making the click sound.
Asked in Grand Am GT
What causes my 1997 grand am 5 spd to start without pushing in the clutch?
neutral safety switch is out
What is a phase to neutral fault?
There is no such thing as a 'phase to neutral' fault. You are thinking of a 'line to neutral' fault. A line to neutral fault often occurs when the insulation between a line conductor and a neutral conductor breaks down and fails. This results in a short circuit which causes a large line current to flow and which should cause any overcurrent protection device to operate and disconnect the line. ...
Asked in Chemistry
Size of cation is smaller than its neutral atom?
Yes, the size of a cation is smaller than it's neutral atom. This is so because cations have a low number of shells and hence a high effective nuclear charge which causes them to be smaller in size then their neutral atoms. ...
Asked in Fuel and Engines
What causes engine revving?
Idle is most likely out of whack. If it is a Ford with fuel injection the sensor may be going out in the computer. If it is a older model with a carburetor then it may need to be re-tuned. Can you better describe what is happening? It is a little vague. ...