If you own a sled that has a two-stroke engine, your plugs may be fouling due to your oil to gas ratio mixture or your carburetor is running too rich and needs to be adjusted or rebuilt.
Yes, so the pump is running, otherwise you get a false full reading.
A two stroke engine combines the fuel and oil inside the engine. If your plugs keep fouling, that ratio is off and may be related to the choke or air intake.
what is the running mate in engine
the engine will run "rich" fouling spark plugs and causing bad fuel economy.
There is coolant in the engine block when the engine is not running. The engine block, heater, hoses and radiator remain full when engine is not running.
Not directly. If the engine is running, power steering should be OK, otherwise something else is wrong.
Because there is a design flaw in the Kawasaki water cooled engine.
If you want to loose some fingers in the process just try that repair with the engine running. Otherwise the answer is a big NO.
My advice would be to set the points at .020" with a feeler gage to get the engine running, and then use a dwell meter to set the dwell after the engine is running.
If your engine is over heating it could get too hot and quit running, then start again when it gets cooled off. Otherwise, "something" got too hot and quit working, cools off and works again.
If the engine is running and the alternator is good. If the engine is not running, no.
running with out engine oil
A car that is stopped with the engine running.
It's probably a mis-fire on one or more cylinders. Run a compression check on the engine, examine the sparkplugs as you do that and see if there is excessive build-up or damage and watch for oil fouling. If it's just simple build-up, and there isn't any oil fouling, just replace the plugs and wires. If it's oil fouling, you'll probably need some engine work.
Get engine running. While the engine is running disconect the POSITIVE termninal from the battery. If the engine dies, the Alterntor is bad.
If the crank turns when you try to start the engine, the chain is likely broken. If the chain makes a slapping noise with the engine running it's possibly stretched. Otherwise, it should be OK.
Bad fuel mixture, jets, carb adjustment. try to keep engine reved high
At the back end of the engine is a large ring gear connected to the engine crankshaft. If there is a starter (some engines do not have starters) it will be mounted in the engine such that the bendix gear of the starter can engage the ring gear and spin the crankshaft. It's called a bendix because it jumps out to engage the ring gear (while the starter motor is running) and retracts off of the ring gear once the engine is running (starter motor no longer running). It is typically access from under the car. If you must replace it, let the engine cool off first. Otherwise the starter will be just as hot as the engine is.
Its not your engine. Its the fan running to cool the engine down. They all do it and nothing is wrong with your car.
yes, the engine fan need to b running whenever the engine is on the fan is to cool radiater, it only comes on when the engine gets to warm, to cool engine down.
Could be many factors, but assuming car is in otherwise maintained condition, suspect bad fuel filter.
the engine is running
Running an engine with no oil in it.