Lets start from one extreme and work opposite. Is someone siphoning off some of your gas? Is the puddle near the filler door area or is it way underneath? If it is underneath. Is it in the back or the front? Back could be fuel line or gas tank, from would be a fuel line. As I'm sure your aware, gasoline is extremely flamable so I would have it looked at if you believe your vehicle is leaking it.
Yes it can if the fuel gets hot enough to ignite as in leaking on a header.
The fuel injector on that cylinder is probably leaking and if so, there is be more fuel than the spark can ignite.
Yes. All the gasoline needs is a source of ignition like a wayward spark from a spark plug wire.
Ignite is a verb.
If it is coolant that is leaking, it may be due to a blown head gasket or warped/cracked cylinder head. If it is fuel that is leaking, the spark plug or wires are faulty and there is not enough spark to fully ignite the fuel. If it is oil that's leaking, the valve seals or piston rings may be worn.
No salt dust will not ignite
I like to ignite unicorns with my flamethrower.The arsonist used gasoline and matches to ignite the fire.
Cooling system is leaking and the engine is getting hot. Hot engines burn the fuel before it can ignite and you lose power.
Ignite the Flames was created in 2002.
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Ignite Logic was created in 2003.
Please ignite the fire.
No. For the verb "to ignite" the adjective is the past participle "ignited."
sodium will ignite if in contact with water
This tinder will ignite rather quickly.
Pure Hydrogen Peroxide, or H202. It will ignite just by coming into contact with another material like alcohol.
Natural gas ignite 600 to700c
It is enough for a spark to ignite any fuel.
The verb of ignition is ignite. As in "to ignite something".
Ignite the Seven Cannons was created in 1985.
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Ignite Film Festival was created in 2004.
ignited is the past participle of ignite