What is a damaged cylinder going to cost?
depends on the engine probably $500-$1500 for an engine and at least $1000 to install
1999 Vauxhall Astra 1.2 merit leaking fuel from cylinder located beneath the rear passenger door. Fuel lines going into this cylinder. What is this cylinder and how to reply?
I hate to break the bad news, but if a cylinder is cracked you have two choices: junk the engine or junk the car. Once the block is cracked there is no way to repair it since it is cast in one piece. I've heard of pressing an iron sleeve into the damaged cylinder, but I don't hear of shops doing that any more.
If the revolver will not turn properly when the trigger is operated then it is often called "binding". Usually this is caused by a damaged crane and ejector rod assembly. Such damage might not be visually detected. The ratchet or pawl - the pawl is the hand that contacts and drives the ratchet - may be damaged. The frame of the gun may be bent from firing an overpressure cartridge. A damaged sear or hammer…
It doesn't cost anything because they won't sell you just one atom of it. It is a reactive product, so if you put hydrogen in a cylinder for sale the cylinder will be full of hydrogen molecules--H2. As far as what a whole cylinder of it costs, it depends on where you are and how large of a cylinder you want.
Can you sue the party at fault for property damage when cost of repair to automobile exceeds book value?
Will your insurance company repair a part that was damaged previously and never repaired but was damaged further in a recent accident?
It depends on several factors such as; what is the gas mileage of your car, are you going to buy food from a grocery store or restaurants, and are you going to stay in your car or in hotels? Are you going by motorcycle, auto, bus ? diesel power ? 4, 6, 8 cylinder car? For fuel alone anywhere from $100, to $900.
It depends on why the old pump failed. The pump is going to cost between $130 and $175 The labour to change it will be between $75 and $200 If the pump failed in a way that put metal into the steering box or rack or the rack failed and damaged the pump a thorough flush will be required at a cost of over $100.00
How do you unstick the key lock cylinder on your 1994 buick century so that it will turn off without having to undo the battery cable?
It could be any of the following: * A sticking or burned valve, * A damaged head gasket * A damaged or worn piston If it's a damaged or worn piston there should be quite a bit of "blowby", meaning that there will be pressure inside the crankcase when the engine is running. If the head gasket is damaged there should be a leak into the crankcase (blowby again, or a leak into the water…
I don't know why you would want to stop gas from going into a cylinder, but there is only one way i can think of. If it is a fuel-injected vehicle, you can disconnect the fuel injector harness from that cylinder, that will stop the injector from firing. If it is has a carb, I don't think there is a way.