Check all vacuum hoses. One must have been unplugged or broken by the person replacing plugs. This has all the symptoms of a vacuum leak. If you don't find any vacuum lines off or leaking, check the firing order to make sure the mechanic put the wires on the correct plugs. I don't know what car or engine you have or I would give you the firing order.
The head gasket may be leaking. Try having it changed.
MAJOR Engine damage. Bent valves, broken pistons. Nuff said.
I have a '99 Cirrus, where both the heater and A/C did not work - I ended up having to get the fan engine and rad changed out - $1500 I believe....
Having mine changed today. Understand its beneath the power steering fluid well on drivers side of engine.
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Some signs are: cranking the engine over a few times before it starts stepping on the accelerator and having hesitation a stumble by the engine when you need power do you have a check engine light yet? When was the last time you changed the fuel filter? It may be clogged blocking fuel.
The reactants are changed in products having new chemical composition.
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You oil will get dirtier and dirtier, the filter will clog and the engine will start the wear. Eventually the engine will develop sludge and in the end the engine will not last very long. I would suspect a brand new engine that you kept driving and never changed the oil might last 50,000 miles at the outside before having major internal problems.
The jet engine changed air transport.The passenger jet was having a bit of turbulence.
No, a wheelchair ramp is merely an incline that allows someone to push a wheelchair to a higher level instead of having to push it up a flight of stairs.
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29s, i replaced the oil pressure sender on my 92 corsica 3.1 and i did it while having my starter changed because it is located directly above the starter on the engine block.
If you have a "check engine" light on, start with having the codes read. A misfire code can tell you which cylinder or cylinders are having problems. A misfire could be the cause of your engine vibration.
Yes, running an engine with out oil will damage it.
An elephant has changed over time by having less fur, growth of tusks, also growth of ears.
The maiden that was changed into a spider after challenging goddess Athena to a weaving contest was Arachne.
I had a 1994 mercury villager I was having the same problem it shutting down when the engine got warm. The distributor was the problem . After I changed it I never had another problem with it shutting down anymore. Good luck
more than likely the mechanic that changed the timing belt didn't put the crank position sensor wire back on the timing cover and the alt belt burned the wires going to the sensor throwing a code. crank senor no signal
If it is a gas engine it has a chain. If it is a diesel, it has a timing belt, and is an interference engine. The belt must be changed every 60,000 miles. It is highly unlikely that the chain will break without prior symptoms, alerting you to the fact that it is worn out. If it did happen to break, it will do no damage to the internal engine as this is not an interference engine. No, but you will be stranded. Chains last a very long time. If you are hearing chain noise or having trouble keeping the engine in time, the chain needs replacing.