what is making my Lincoln ls v8 backfire under the engine
Out of time, or vapor locking if overheated.
The thermostat on a Chevy 350 is under the housing at the engine end of the upper radiator hose.The thermostat on a Chevy 350 is under the housing at the engine end of the upper radiator hose.
iT SOUNDS LIKE IT'S OUT OF TIME ARE THE PLUG WIRES ARE CROSSED ( ON WRONG )
under the engine
in the middle of the engine block under the whatchamacallit in the middle of the engine block under the whatchamacallit
The thermostat for a 1999 Chevy Camaro V6 engine can be found under the hood. It is in the right side of the engine, under the throttle sensor.
Under the engine.
I do not know of any snowmobiles that have a button like that. They all have a kill switch that shuts the engine down, and if you push it while under higher rpm's and release it, than there is a chance for backfire.
i have a 1994 Chevy beretta and they are under the engine
If a 9-horsepower Kawasaki engine is backfiring under load, you might need to clean or replace the air filter. The timing coil could be damaged as well.
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Under the engine on the passenger side.
Out of time or spark plug wires incorrectly installed.
This is commonly caused by a fuel mixture that is too rich or improper spark n timing
A large backfire is most likely caused by a bad spark plug or plug wire. Unburned air and fuel pumped into the exhaust will often be ignited by the other cylinders still burning exhaust gases. Also check your ignition timing, if it is late and you have a rich mixture you can get a backfire. An exhaust leak will let air enter the exhaust under deceleration and cause a "popping" sound.
The crankshaft sensor is located in the engine on a Chevy 1500 truck. This is under the hood.
Black smoke is caused by too much fuel going into the engine. (often seen when running under load) If the engine smokes with little load and is worse at high RPM, it could be a plugged air filter. I have seen a Cat 3208 cat backfire and smoke as a result of a plugged air filter. The backfire only occured after the engine had reached operating temperature. I believe there was not enough air availiable to burn the fuel. This resulted in a loss of power, which opened the throttle even more. As a result, the unburned fuel was probably igniting prematurely on the next compression stroke causing the engine to run very poorly and backfire. After replacing fuel filters and checking for air leaks in the fuel supply with no success, replacing the air filter solved the problem.
its under the intake in the front of the engine
on top of the engine, under the air cleaner
under the hood
On top of engine, way in back, under the distributor.
If the engine is the 4.3, it is located under the hood, on top of engine, way in back, on the drivers side under the distributor.
When an engine backfires aka (burps) back through the carburetor this usually indicates a lean fuel to air mixture or an intake leak( which is more noticable at low RPM). When the an engine afterfires, aka (farts) out the tailpipe it usually means too rich of a mixture or unburnt fuel is entering the exhaust system
At the left rear under the engine.