Most Likely Out Of Time.
mini stepping motor
because you have to much gas in the motor
boat with an inboard motor
From my research it is not expensive to replace a stepping motor in a printer. They cost between 10-40 dollars but you might want to get a professional to install it
It might be overfueled but it also might be just that when you turn the key off the motor runs on a bit and puts fuel into the hot exhaust and it ignites it and makes it backfire.
You may want to have the engine timing checked?
No. It's purpose is only to prevent fuel from entering the main jet and emulsion tube. If it were defective, either the motor would occasionally backfire (stuck open) or not allow the motor to run (stuck closed). Either way, the motor would still turn over.
basically the type of motor to confuse the matter they have dubbed a brush-less dc motor which is a synchronous permanant magnet motor or a stepping motor the motor cant run with dc
A leaking spark plug wire can cause a backfire out of the intake, but the most common cause is a burned intake valve. A burnt intake valve will allow leakage during the compression stroke back through the intake causing a popping backfire out of the intake manifold.
Graham Richard Barber has written: 'Modelling and control of a Hybrid stepping motor'
Possibly you have the spark plug wires connected incorrectly on that side of the engine. Timing can also be off.
you have the wiring from the 84 caprice which should be a purple wire that goes to the I spot on the starter solinoid then the thick cable that goes from the starter to the battery and dont forget the distributor plug and then the car will start from the ignition
Yes Gas does not burn completely in the diesel motor. The unburned gas can then backfire suddenly through your exhaust while driving. I know.
It has a 74j cylinder misfire because the 43 peak is in the fuel, having it backfire to the motor It has a 74j cylinder misfire because the 43 peak is in the fuel, having it backfire to the motor
If you fill a gasoline engine with diesel, you will normally be able to start the car and drive a few miles, but after a short amount of time the car will die out. There will likely be no permanent damage to the car. If it was gasoline in a diesel motor, it would be much worse.
Backfire. Hard starts or no starts. I would pull the #1 plug and then rotate the motor until # 1 was top dead center then remove the distributor cap and see if the rotor was pointing to #1 wire spot on the cap if it is not then your engine has jumped time
What is the age/condition of the spark plug wires???Next suspect is a cracked coil pack.See "Related Questions" below
I will assume you asking about a petrol motor... usually its incorrect timing settings, find out what the timing setting should be, then adjust to suit a leaky exhaust system will also cause this
A stepper motor (or step motor) is a brushless, synchronous electric motor that can divide a full rotation into a large number of steps. The motor's position can be controlled precisely, without any feedback mechanism (see Open-loop controller). Stepper motors are similar to switched reluctance motors (which are very large stepping motors with a reduced pole count, and generally are closed-loop commutated.) An induction motor (IM) is a type of alternating current motor where power is supplied to the rotating device by means of electromagnetic induction.
no Not knowing what vehicle you have, it could be a broken motor mount(s), worn CV joint(s), worn universal joint(s),
because its junk so go get a new create engine It backfires because it's lean. The trick is to figure out why it's lean.
rattle noise from passenger side ,loss of power sometimes even backfire take belt off alternator and accessories take hold of crankshaft pulley ( biggest) pulley on bottom of the motor turn back and forth if loose you will hear a noise tick tick
Blower motor resistor is bad.. Fan control is gated by stepping power down via resistance. When there is no resistance, you get one speed, high..
A stepper motor (also referred to as step or stepping motor) is an electromechanical device achieving mechanical movements through conversion of electrical pulses. Stepper motors are driven by digital pulses rather than by a continuous applied voltage. Unlike conventional electric motors which rotate continuously, stepper motors rotate or step in fixed angular increments. A stepper motor is most commonly used for position control. With a stepper motor/driver/controller system design, it is assumed the stepper motor will follow digital instructions. One important aspect of stepper motors is the lack of feedback to maintain control of position, which classifies stepper motors as open-loop systems.