Sounds Like You Have A Blown Head Gasket 1)Injectors need proressional cleaning. 2)Throttle body dirty & positioning sensor out of adjustment or blown. 3)Computer messing up. 4)plugs are fouled out not firing Burning gas right 5)timing is off ( try timing first) 6) Air filter pluged not getting enough air to burn right Change pcv valve too. 7)if carberated clean carb & change plugs & ajust timing Happy new year and good luck. If the head gasket was blown it would overheat quick.
bad rings or really bad valve seals.
80 to 90, depends how heavy you are.
heavy lifting for example heavy weights
Probably in a panel in the rear of the vehicle, or like on many fords, in the passenger side kick panel. When you find it, you're likely to see a red reset switch. This pushes a heavy ball bearing back into place and completes the fuel pump circuit.
Lifting heavy objects won't cause liver injury; it can cause back injury though.
Coronary heart disease can cause the heart to feel heavy. Depression is also an overlooked cause of a person having a feeling like their heart is heavy.
cause you were heavy
Strong winds that cause heavy rain and flooding are called hurricanes.
Honda, kawasaki, yamaha, ktm, suzuki. those are the heavy hitter brands.
Heavy snow is the main cause of avalanches. Heavy snow becomes deposited on unstable areas of land, which can cause the avalanche.
Lifting a heavy object can actually cause misc. desiccation. This can also cause a great many other painful consequences to the person.
it CAn Cause heavy rain.....
no it cnt
Both heavy rain and runoff can cause floods.
Heavy blood loss can and will cause heart damage and that is not a good thing and you can die from blood loss to your hearttt...
Because of higher density than the water and high molecular weight, they are called heavy. But some called them heavy because of the toxicity they cause.
Cause a fire, no. However, if conditions are right, it can cause a fire to flare up.