The engine can be rebuilt, but you will obviously need a new crankshaft. Also, make sure that when you take the block to a machine shop, that they will align bore it. That's where they remove a small amount of material from the main-bearing mating surfaces and use a special boring rod to put the main's back into perfect alignment. If your crankshaft broke it's certainly possible that there was some damage to the alignment. If you have someone do it for you, make certain that they send it to an experienced machine shop. Too many shadetree mechanics don't have a clue about properly rebuilding an engine. Another possibility would be to get a "crate" engine from the dealership or some reputable specialists. Be careful when dealing with some of the discount auto parts houses. They'll sell "remanufactured" engines that have used parts, such as oil pumps or pistons. Read the labels and make certain that they at least CLAIM to use new parts and bore cylinders and recondition both big and little ends of the rods. Also you want NEW crankshaft and lifters. If youre asking what caused the broken crankshaft, there doesn't seem to be much of a specific cause. It's usually just time and a crankshaft that might have had a minor imperfection at manufacture. It is quite rare, but it happens. It would be difficult to force a crankshaft to break unless it were running high rpm and out of oil... but that would cause quite a bit of other damage as well.
Broken timing belt?
its not straight
car will not start up
I think your car can just cut off the engine at any point given
it is broken and somebody needs to fix it fast and it is also cut in half
broken crankshaft or connecting rod
The Timing chain may or may not slip with a missing tooth on the crankshaft. But i think the car would probably run. May be pretty noisy too.
pain and a few broken bones
No, a bad crankshaft sensor would cause the car not to start and run.
depends, could need a whole new engine block. if it still cranks over some pistons won't be turning.
if only one is broken,and others are tight, you can safely drive to get it repaired.it is not a big or expensive rpair
leaf or coil.. car will lean to one side.. eventually causin any number of probs
The rotating assembly (crankshaft) will whip the oil into a foam causing poor oil lubrication.
Nothing, you have extra money and a broken vehicle.
Nothing much serious. But broken axle will damage your car this may include broken engine , ball joint etc. Best thing is to change it every 50000 km.
The crankshaft pulley has broken causing the outer ring to slide forward into the fan assy. replace your crankshaft pulley and all will be well
There is no such thing as a crankshaft sensor. There is no such thing as a crankshaft sensor.
can a car be sold with a broken odometer?
Blown head gasket, cracked block, all the valves are stuck open, no spark plugs are installed, broken crankshaft, engine disassembled.
Piston seized to cylinder wall Broken Crankshaft
A broken coil spring will cause the effected corner of the vehicle to drop. A broken ignition coil will cause the engine to misfire (coil on plug application) or cease to run.
The basic motion of a car is linear motion produced by the crankshaft, which is achieved by vertical motion of the pistons in the cylinders to turn and produce linear motion of the crankshaft.