I would check the wires on the oxygen sensor. They may be melted together and shorting out. I just had a similar problem with my 87 Supra. The 7.5 A ECU-IG fuse kept blowing and I wound up having to replace the ECU - which drives the fuel injectors by the way. I got a used one from the recyclers for $120 and it fixed the problem right up!!
It did on mine. When I went to check the pump, the fuse was blown. Replaced it and found that the pump was also bad.
How do you blow a engine turbo.
Where would you put a blow off valve on a non turbo, and what would it blow off? So the answer is no.
blow by through the turbo ,my truck did the same thing had to get the turbo rebuilt
No, without a turbo, there is no blow off valve. However, if you really wanted to, they have fake blow off valves for sale. These mimic the sound of a blow off valve. It would be an absolute waste of money, but hey, it's your money.
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you could have a pressure leak when the turbo spools up... check all your clamps and check for cracks or holes in your intercooler
No, there is no reason for it. In turbo cars you have intercooler pipes that need pressure released at certain times. You have no intercooler in non-turbo cars. I guess you could install one if you wanted to look silly, but it wouldn't serve any purpose or be functional. I hear you can get a fake bov that makes the sound, if that's what you are looking for.
ofcourse they do, they blow on any engine
not really. You can get blowby in the turbo itself from high crankcase pressure, but a turbo won't cause engine blowby.
yes you can put a blow off valve on any turbo application, A blow off valve helps relieve boost pressure spike/surge when the throttle is quickly closed, helps prevent damage/excessive load on the turbo and throttle body.
It is not necessary.
Install a blow off valve, it releases excess pressure from the intake side of the turbo
make sure you have not blow your turbo. If you did not blow the turbo you might have put a hole into the intercooler. This will cause you to use a ton of gas
Amazingly pointless. The blow off valve is there to release intake pressure if you have the turbo spinning and then go off the throttle suddenly. If you haven't got a turbo there's no intake pressure to release if you go off the throttle.
You could mount it, but there is no pressure to blow off.
is this a diesel truck?does this engine have a turbo?if it is a diesel with a turbo,it will blow white smoke when cold till it warms upif it continues to blow smoke check your air filterother reason if it continues to blow smoke is the turbo is about to crater get it checkedalso check engine oil for coolant lossif coolant is leaking into cylanders,this will cause white smoke
NO. deffinatly not. you need to have a turbo on you car! wow what a ricer
Technically you can, but unless you have a turbo a blow valve won't do you any good. It's be like hanging sidepipes on a car and not hook them up.
Only gas engines use blow off valves.
The same way any other whistle would work. You blow and it makes sound. Where here your exhaust does the blowing