Ignition is required for an engine to work. Failure of ignition would prevent the engine working.
Could be the alternator has failed.
No, but something that could cause uneven idle could cause the check engine light to turn on.No, but something that could cause uneven idle could cause the check engine light to turn on.
As the engine revolutions increase, so does the noise from the engine as it is working harder as opposed to being still idling. Also, could be a leak in your exhaust system that could be the cause of the additional noise.
If you could tell us what a two wheeler engine is then we could help.
Could be, A very high mileage/worn out engine, The PCV system not in working order,
All of these parts run on electricity, and for all of them to fail would be bad. Bad or burnt wiring could cause them not to work, or a alternator going bad could cause them not to work as well.
I had the same issue with my Pontiac Montana. One of the spark plug wires had cracked and water was causing the issues. I replaced the plug wires and the problem was solved.
Thermostats determine when antifreeze enters the main cooling system. If the thermostat isn't working correctly, the antifreeze could enter the engine to late, (or not at all) resulting in an over heating engine. Another problem of having antifreeze enter the engine late, is that if your engine is very hot, possibly a little warmer than common, when the antifreeze enters the engine, the cold fluid could cause the engine block to cool down quickly, causing a cracked engine block.
A vacuum leak could cause that.
Yes, just about any sensor on the engine could cause a no start.Yes, just about any sensor on the engine could cause a no start.
An old or non-working radiator cap.
If the engine fan is working then you could have a defective thermostat or a blown head gasket.
Sounds like your engine thermostat for the cooling system isn't opening , if your coolant level and oil levels are fine , and your water pump is working
If an engine was not assembled properly it could cause a low power complaint.If an engine was not assembled properly it could cause a low power complaint.
Many possible causes... coolant level, thermostat, head gasket, water pump, fan not working
there is a sensor in one of the drive shaft that finds the speed it could either be that or the engine computer is failing
There is no distributor on a 99, so there are a few sensors that can cause this. If you've had your intake replaced, or it is leaking, it could be the Cam sensor, which is located on the top of the engine, under the power steering pump, there is also a crank sensor (Is your tachometer working?) and lastly there is the ignition module which is located under the coil packs on the back of the engine.
4g63, you will need a new trans, engine wire harness, all accessories, like ac compressor, and alternator, and ecm. and engine mounts...fits perfectly. or you could use a v6 from an avenger or sebring.
A loose engine mount would not normally cause the engine to fall out because each car has several motor mounts. A loose mount could cause the motor to be off of balance.
Anything that could cause a cylinder misfire can cause the check engine light to flash. A restricted fuel filter is one.Anything that could cause a cylinder misfire can cause the check engine light to flash. A restricted fuel filter is one.
Honestly yes. it can cause major problems and all together it could cause your engine to blow. so id change them they arent that hard.
Dodge Avenger has a problem with this. You need to take off the oil pan because the oil thicken's in the pan. Clean it and put it back on and this should to the trick.
Many things could cause an engine to shake. One, for example, would be low coolant or oil levels.