The same as a non fuel injected car, the sparkplugs become wet with fuel, shorting them to ground.
You probably destroyed the fuel pump, which happens a lot when you run a fuel-injected car out of gas.
check the car ; and if it is fuel injected send it to the shop because the oils can damage your hand if touched.
it would depend if the car is carburated, or fuel injected... if it is carburated it can flood the motor (if this happens just give it about 20 mins and try and start it again), if it is fuel injected nothing will happen.
coolant temp sensor
It is inside the fuel tank on fuel injected models.
If car is fuel injected (which I assume it is) it does not have a choke
If this car is fuel injected, it is located behind the passenger kick panel. If it is not fuel injected, it does not have one.
Is the car Carbuerated or Fuel injected?
If your car has the fuel injected V6 the fuel filter is next to the fuel tank. If your car has the carburetor the fuel filter is in the inlet to the carburetor.
Chevrolet and Ford introduced fuel injection in 1957.
Most Likely If it Is Fuel Injected Electronically It Is Located In your Fuel Tank.....
The BMW 318i is a 3 series car with a 1.8 liter motor ( 4 cylinder ) that is fuel injected. 3 series 18 ( 1.8 liter ) i ( fuel injected).
It doesn't hurt it but it is not necessary.
you hook up a fuel pressure guage to it to check the fuel pressure
Every fuel injected car has a fuel pressure regulator. It's there because fuel injected cars work by opening valves (fuel injectors) for certain amounts of time to deliver a specific amount of fuel.
If this is a fuel-injected car, the pump is in the tank. I believe in 1987 they went from Carb to fuel-injected. If it is a carb, it is on the lower right side of the engine.
Fuel pump pressure depends on which fuel system the car has. If your car has a carburetor then the fuel pressure should be 9 - 13 psi. If your car is fuel injected then the fuel pressure should be about 45 psi.
If you're talking about a fuel pump, then yes, a failed fuel pump or fuel pump relay will keep a fuel-injected car from running.
A fuel pump sucks it from the tank to the carburetor or injector pump depending on whether it is carbureted of fuel injected. from there it is mixed with air and sucked or injected into the cylinders.
Will it run in park? What about neutral? Is it fuel injected? Have you changed the fuel filter?
If it's not on the engine and the car is fuel injected it's in the gas tank.
im not sure on the very first car but i believe it was a 1957 Chevy belair with a 283 fuel injected motor