When you upgrade the modules in your computer, you need to match the latencies of new ones to the old ones in the computer. When they are not the same it can cause the computer to run slow and not run properly.
The engine control module can affect cylinders. But if its only a 4 cylinder, cancelling out just one out of 4 isn't likely to be a computer. Its not the most likely cause, but it is definetely possible.
If a spark plug is not tightened correctly it will tick when the cylinder compresses.
The light control module could be the cause of hazard lights coming on after the car is turned off. There could be a problem that has caused this module to become wet and it is now not working correctly.
What happens depends greatly on which module fails. If the engine control module (computer) fails it may cause the engine to run poorly or not at all. If the ignition module fails the engine won't start.
The software will not work correctly, and it may cause other problems with your computer if you continue to use it.
A bad ingnition module, Are a bad computer.
If you put a memory stick into card reader, it mostly will be recognized as a removable drive. If you put a RAM module into slot of the mainboard while computer is on, then it mostly will cause severe damage to RAM module or mainboard components.
Yes, it could.
a bad wiper control module, its the box located on the firewall above/next to the master brake cylinder.
yes a power train control module failure can cause transmission problems.
Does your auto seat belts make any noise ? If it does, you could have a defective EEC Relay which controls both the seat belts and the power to the computer module. Intermittent power failure to the computer module will cause engine function interruption. email@example.com
A bug in a computer program is when something doesn't work in the computer program. Cause could be: Something was entered in the programming correctly. Ex. you want to click on exit button but it does something else.
If I am reading your question correctly, I would imagine it is because the computer is not on the same network... **The computer has an invalid default gateway address**
No it will not cause misfire.
Maybe. The engine computer is the voltage regulator, with the battery disconnected it may not be able to control the alternator output voltage correctly. This could cause it to go low or high.Maybe. The engine computer is the voltage regulator, with the battery disconnected it may not be able to control the alternator output voltage correctly. This could cause it to go low or high.
yes a computer can cause a fire
Many possibilities. Plugs, plug wires, coil, ignition module, fuel injector, head gasket. Essentially anything that interfers with combustion on 2 or more cylinders.
If I understand the question correctly, they're called "watermarks" and are not removable. They are meant not to be removable, as you did not purchase the rights for them.
BIOS needs to be updated to recognize the hard drive correctly
No It wont cause Computer viruses.
they bounce and hit each other inside the cylinder and cause the pressure.
a leak in a head gasket could cause coolant to go into only one cylinder.
Usually a bad coil , or plug. if the injector was bad , the computer would have coded for it. But the cylinder 3 coil and plug arent that easy to get to. Its the one at the fire wall
Not if used correctly.