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Water in engine-head gasket most likely.
That isn't likely. Most head gasket failures are caused by overheating. Not changing the oil will cause the motor to sludge up and increase the wear on the internal parts.
possibly a bad head gasket you might need more coolant
nissan primera overheating after changing the water pump and radiator what could be the cause of this
You have a blown head gasket.
If a car is sputtering at high RPMs, the fuel pressure needs to be checked. If the fuel pump can't keep up, this will cause sputtering. Also, the car should be checked to make sure the valves are adjusted properly.
The Intake gasket is leaking, NOT THE HEAD GASKET. Replace the intake gasket
Something was assembled improperly. Double check all work.
I blown head gasket can cause an engine miss which one cause a rough idle.
Replacing the timing belt on an Interference engine, and doing it wrong, can cause serious problems. Busted piston, bent valve, cracked head, are a few.
It could be a bad head gasket or a leaking oil cooler. Doing a compression check should tell if it is a bad head gasket.
it could be the coil
Often a faucet will sputter if there is air in the lines. This happens if the water has been turned off and then on again. If this is the cause, it is only necessary to run the water a while and the air will get out of the lines, and the sputtering will stop.
Someone didn't hook the wires up right.
If your 1994 Honda Civic is sputtering, it may be due to a clogged fuel line. Another possible cause is that one of the pistons isn't firing correctly. A tune up might be in order.
Blown head gasket, burnt or bent valve, spark plug loose, busted piston, worn or broken rings,
A cylinder misfiring can cause this sympton, check/replace spark plugs and plug wires. Also, sputtering and shaking can be caused by engine timing, have the timing checked. Another cause can be fouled fuel injectors on fuel injected vehicles.
No, a normal tune up cannot cause a blown head gasket. A blown head gasket normally is caused by an engine overheating or by a defect in the gasket or head. If it happened right after a tune-up that is just a coincidence.
clogged fuel filter, or bad fuel pump
Not changing the oil and filter can cause the crankshaft's journals to become egg-shaped.
The carburetor needs calibration or changing of possibly defective part, for example, gasket or needles.
No, only a blown head gasket or cracked head will cause coolant to mix with the oil. A leaking valve cover gasket will only cause oil to leak onto the engine block externally.
The Fuel Filter in the 2008 Ford Focus is a lifetime guarantee . And as such, does not require changing. However that doesn't mean it could not get clogged and cause issues . Contact your dealer or Ford themselves for more info .