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What would make a crankshaft go in a car that is only 6 years old?

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2009-12-08 21:22:26
2009-12-08 21:22:26

Infrequent oil changes or running with too low of oil level.

Running at consistantly too high or consistantly too low of RPMs

Running an extended period on an il-timed engine.

Timing chain jumped. An overheated condition can caused this.

An severely overheated condition can warp the block and cause this as well.

Water/fluid got in the intake

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yes and only way to fix it is to replace the sensor

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Only if it was broke in half and that is very doubtful.

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that would make him only 1 year old in human years!!

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Its an auto lock, if you go more than 4 inches the crankshaft breaks

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The one who will make the best of America (if I gave my personal opinion, it would not only be object able it would be out-of-date in 4-8 years)

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u make type of gratomiter that would change with the change whit the earths gravity, it would not run all the time and take years of charging for only 3-5min. of running time. (it would also cost between 500,000-1,000,000 U.S. dollars to make.)

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The first thing that I would check would be the Ignition Coil pack. Once they heat up they will stall the vehicle if they are faulty. Once the car cools off it will start again like there is no problem. If it was your crankshaft position sensor you wouldn`t get 4 blocks let alone 4 miles. Good luck!!

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only the engines with computers and electronic controls

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Well since you are only 11 I would say just a peck on the lips would do it, just make sure you are both comfortable and then go for it

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Sure why not when she is 20 he will only he will only be 27 that is only 7 years apart and you will both be audults so you can make your own disecions and i know people who are 11 years apart so 7 years apart should not matter and harry said age is just a number

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It's located next to the crankshaft pulley (the timing belt is going around it). You will not miss it. There is only one sensor there.

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the engine only has one crankshaft....but You should be able to find a shop manual at your local library with the right info...make copies as they are usually only in the REFERENCE section....good luck:)

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If it is a major offense, it would be five years. All others would be only two years.

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I have no clue but in my opinion i dont think it would be wrong because that would only make them 2 years apart it just depends for dufferent people

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