The bearings on the crankshaft are worn out. A complete engine overhaul is needed.
It may have lost oil pressure. Is the oil full? Insufficient oil is the most common but not the only cause of low oil pressure.
no installig a starter wrong will not cause engine knocking. all that will do is maybe short fuses, heat up wires, ruin your starter, or melt wires. knocking isn't electrical it is mechanical like lifters, pistons, valves, things like that
This is petrol to which tetraethyl lead has been added to reduce knocking in the engine. Knocking is when combustion happens at the wrong time in the engine cycle giveing a kind of metallic "ping" sound.
There are some engines that will "KNOCK" if the wrong oil filter is used but in most cases the engine must be disassembled and repaired
Internal knocking inside the engine is almost always a sign of worn bearings. Crankshsft, or rod bearing would be my guess. The fix, if it is internal, is overhaul. Before opening it up, make sure the knocking is indeed coming from inside the engine.
It may need oil? Or motor needs rebuilt.
The horsepower of a 1989 camaro Rs is 173 horsepower. WRONG. The number 173 refers to the cubic inches of the 2.8L engine. The rating of that engine is 135 HP stock.
The engine on your 04 5.3L Chevy Tahoe could be knocking until it warmed up because of a bad fuel-air mixture. . The wrong oil could also be a cause.
Engine oil does not cause a engine knock. It is caused by pre-ignition, which can have many causes, including the wrong grade of fuel octane. Make sure that you are choosing the correct fuel for your vehicle. You may want to take the vehicle to a mechanic, as engine knocking can seriously damage your engine.
A knocking engine can mean any of a number of things, main bearings, rod bearings, wrist pinsw or piston slap. If it's just piston slap, you probably have a lot of miles left in the engine. Anything else means trouble. Does it have an oil pressure switch or an oil pressure gauge? If you have a gauge watch the oil pressure. If it's up at an idle you probably have piston slap or wrist pins. If the oil pressure drops way down it's probably rods or mains. If the knocking goes away after a few seconds it's probably piston slap.
Your question requires more information from you. What year and size is the motor. What is wrong with yours?
same thing happened to my 95 camaro 3.4l it sounds like your coolant sensor
The wrong viscosity of oil in your engine.
No, the fuel would still be pumped to the engine but it would be at the wrong pressure at the injectors.
No it will not. There is something wrong.
Excessive engine wear? bearings Bad oil pump? Oil viscosity too low for age of engine?
It could be the cause of the knock only if the gasket was bad and leaked out almost all the oil.
Typically not enough oil. Bad spark plugs or the wrong grade of gasoline or a bad O2 sensor can also contribute.
Does the knock sound like it is coming from the bottom of the engine or is it more of a tick from the top? How quick do you lose oil?
"knocking" is very broad so just a wild guess here. I think the reason the knocking stops when you disconnect the number 6 injector is; you are creating a "floating piston". In other words, this piston and cylinder are no longer producing power, they are no longer under a load, and they are no longer compressing the fuel that you have prevented from being injected into the cylinder. So, if you have something wrong with that cylinder, such as a bad piston, piston pin, connecting rod, rod bearing, etc., you have relieved the pressure which will quiet the knock. Again, just a wild guess!
== == I do believe if you hear a knocking noise that your crank shaft could be failing. Which means you will need a new engine. Have it checked out. Replace the harmonic balancer they will make a bad knocking noise. When you start it and the oil light goes out and it knocks, this is what is wrong with it.
A 97 Mitsubishi Eclipse will produce a knocking sound if the ignition time is set incorrectly. This results in the valves opening at the wrong time.
IS the check engine light on? The computer has the capability of putting the car in a "limp home mode" if somethign is wrong. If no check engine light, your fuel filter may be clogged and blocking fuel or the fuel pump is getting weak.
Lost of oil pressure and sever engine damage