A bad fuel injector can cause an engine to continue running, for a few seconds, after the engine to shut off. The engine continues to run because of excessive fuel in a piston.
Over loaded engine, excessive fuel injected, injection timing improper,
Ok your gonna have to be more specific, you talking about a carberator engine or fuel injection engine. Beacuse a carberator might but fuel injection definitely won't.
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If engine power then check the anaroid valve on the injection pump.
An intermittent crankshaft sensor will not let the engine fire the correct times. This can definitely cause a misfire for the engine.
Coolant could be low, causing the engine to overheat. There are also a number of things that could cause overheating and the engine to shut off. Plus the ford tempo was an unsound car from the get go/
NO. As long as you install the correct size plug and gap it properly.
The year, make, model and engine size would help us help you. In older vehicles (pre-fuel injection) vapor lock was an issue.
It is not getting enough fuel for complete engine combustion. Check the fuel injection system.
You can but it will cause the check engine light to illuminate and the vehicle will fail an emissions test.
Yes.any kind of injection can result in an infection if the injection site is not properly cleaned.
Yes, If it has failed the engine computer will either: A: go into limp mode that will long term cause excess wear on the engine B: Cause the engine computer to incorrectly set the injection and ignition causing massive damage to the engine starting immediately and in a short time (2000-3000 KM) causing a complete failure.
cause it hurt.
Not start or not turn over. The engine needs 3 things to run. Air/Fuel/Spark. The spark must also occur at the correct time. If it will not turn over, supect the battery, starter, ignition switch, or corroded or loose cables.
a two-cycle engine derives all of its lubrication from the pre-mix oil that is mixed with the gasoline. this is done either in the raw fuel or via an oil injection system. if you have an oil injection system there is nothing wrong with putting straight gas into the tank as long as the oil reservoir contains a lubricant designed for an oil injection system. however if you do not have a oil injection system putting straight gasoline into the engine will more than likey cause the engine to lose lubrication and either rapidly wear down any internal components or in the worst case seize the engine solid
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yes..the engine is like a human body and needs to breath.so if doesnt breath well then it wont perform well
the camshaft timing will cause the late injection process
Wrong octane number fuel in your tank or a too high engine temp. Check and correct both immediately.
Yes, but the air pump is a part of the emission system and if it fails it may cause the check engine light to illuminate.
Every injection does cause some pain.
i don't think so no