Could be a clogged catalytic converter, rotor cap is bad, fuel filter is clogged, fuel pump dying.
Electron transitions are the cause of spectra.
bad ignition timing.
the tilting of the bike causes the floats in the carburator to rise wich cuts off the fuel intake
Electron transitions are the cause of emission spectra; lines in these spectra have different wavelenghts and colors.
1. You need to check and be sure that the cooling fans are working.2. Incorrect ignition timing can cause excessive heat especially underheavy load like when going uphill.3. lean fuel mixture may also cause overheating. make sure yourfuel filter is replaced regularly as this may cause restriction in yourfuel system.
No, this is not monitored.
A clogged or defective fuel filter will very likely cause a check engine light. If it is suspected, it should be replaced.
It is possible. A more likely cause is the gas cap was replaced incorrectly or left off after getting gas
There are many things that can cause: to leak from an automobile engine. The most common reason is a water hose that needs to be tightened or replaced.
Yes, if it is leaking or if when it was replaced, oil leaked onto the exhaust or exhaust manifold.
A broken engine dipstick should not cause anything or have an effect on anything. A broken dipstick will make it impossible to check the engine oil and should be replaced as soon as possible.
try changing the fuel filter
A timing chain, that needs to be replaced, can cause your engine to run rough and lose power. A broken timing chain can cause significant engine damage.
Most likely, the temperature gauge's connection is loose. It is usually on the thermostat. An inoperative temperature gauge will cause most check engine lights to come on.
There is an engine temperature sensor that operates the cooling fan.
Well a possibility is a problem with the radiator, either it needs to be fixed, replaced, or has no radiator fluid in it to cool the engine.
check that your sparkplugs are not cracked and that your wires are fully on your plugs
A gasket could be the cause of a Jeep Cherokee engine to whistle when it's cold. Check the throttle body gasket to see if it needs to be replaced.
What type of vehicle is this?
Could be a restricted exhaust system such as a damaged catalytic converter. A dirty fuel filet could also cause that condition. If the check engine light comes on, check for codes. They may help lead you to the cause.
did you replace radiator hoses i have seen hoses collapse and cause overheating while driving and radiator could be clogged. also did you bleed your cooling system according to owners manual
If it is not speced correct for it then, yes.
Fuel pump going out throttle body needs replaced air fuel mixture not set right.
Normally loose tappets will cause a ticking sound in the engine. Depending on if you have mechanical or hydraulic tappets you may need to have them replaced or simply adjusted.