Generally 1 or more cylinders won't fire. This could mean that the vehicle won't start, it could also make the vehicle act underpowered and vibrate.
Assuming you mean can a 8 cylinder run on 6, yes it could but poorly.
You could lose control of the vehicle and have an accident.
That could certainly happen.
It could have 4, 6 or 8 cylinders.
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Could be plugs and wires (spark plugs) I had a mis-fire (only 3 cylinders running) and I replaced my spark plugs and wires, and it worked. I have a 2003 Dodge Neon SE. Cheers!
The Cell Membrane could be destroyed.
They will probably run a "carfax" or similar title search on the vehicle prior to insuring it. If they don't ask you the question, "Is this a salvage vehicle?" you don't have to volunteer the information. If something were to happen to the vehicle and it became a total loss you could face fraud charges if you claimed more than you paid for the vehicle in an insurance claim.
You could have the 2.0 liter - 4 cylinder engine which has ( 4 ) cylinders , or the 2.5 liter V6 engine which has ( 6 ) cylinders
Yes. Damage could still happen to the vehicle and the loan company or bank will require full coverage.
Assuming you're referring to engine cylinders, it could have either 6 or 8
If you kept the repossessed vehicle, the lender could reposses it again and sell it. If this was just a contract to repay the debt, they could sue for money damages just like it was a promissory note.
assuming your vehicle was not ''at fault'' at all for the accident, and the insured vehicle was wholely or 100% at fault you will be paid for your damages.......it is possible they could file a report with your state reporting you as uninsured, but doubtful
being listed as a driver on a vehicle has to do with your insurance and not the company selling the vehicle. if the insurance runs your credit report before they make a final quotation for coverage, then they could possibly deny you as being an insurable driver on a certain vehicle. it probably won't happen but could depending on what state you live in.
The vehicle could fall on you, hurting you or the vehicle. you could damage the vehicle. You can damage the building housing the lift. It could break while the vehicle is in the air and you will have trouble getting it down.
The egg will float into the abdominal cavity instead of going into the fallopian tube.
Your engine will supply power even if you don't have enough grip. And you will have an dash light.
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Assuming you're referring to engine cylinders, depending on the year it could have 4, 6 or 8
Your cylinders could be backfiring on you. Bring it on to a mechanic. You could also have problems with your computer. But with a civic my guess is the cylinders.
It is illegal to remove any emissions control devices from a vehicle.
They could never start moving - their wheels would keep spinning while the vehicle remained stationary.
It is possible that the gasket could leak between cylinders. The overheating and coolant loss would happen if the gasket was failing around the coolant passages.