The oil return holes in the head are probably blocked with sludge.The oil goes 2 the front valves & is sucked into the combustion chamber via worn valve stem seals. ----------------- Most likely it's worn valve seals and valve guides. If your oil returns were blocked, then you would have serious valve cover leaks on a 1984 350 chevy. Chances are, you get a puff of smoke upon the first startup of the day as well.
There are times when the exhaust temperature light may come on right after washing the vehicle, since water can get into the wires. Another reason for this could be that the thermocoupler ECU's are not working properly.
You have to buy a tailight to the right of the one on the left of the red one. Preferablly one that doesn't have fur, that is bad for the exhaust pipe.
Something in your engine or transmission is burning or your exhaust system has a crack somewhere
It is estimated 13.7 billion KM. This could be right but there are many different theorys.
If you could right on a beam of light it would take about 8 minutes 20 seconds.
It is in the exhaust pipe right after the exhaust manifold.
Ground out the # 7 pin in the data connector for 5 seconds. With the key in the acc position. Ground it out for 10 seconds to reset service light. BE SURE ITS THE RIGHT PIN. there numbered. EchoSai
No.. If anything it makes it slower if you do not have the right muffler or exhaust system on it.
In the rear, of the engine, right in the center, on top of the exhaust manifold. Right where the exhaust meets the engine block.
The three second rule is when you stop at a red light and your going to make a right turn, you must wait three seconds before proceeding as long as their isn't a no right turn on red light sign.
As a rule exhaust is emitted on the opposite side of the fuel filler tube on single exhaust vehicles for safety reasons.
Buy the pack of smokes from the convenience store (yellow building at bottom right of intersection) for $10. Give the pack of smokes to the kid at the field at the top left of the intersection.
Os sensors are always in the exhaust. Look either in the exhaust manifold or right after the exhaust manifold. HTH
That depends on the engine, but they should all be either on the exhaust manifold collector or down the exhaust pipe a bit right after the exhaust manifold.
Hold button in for 6 seconds on right lever where adjusting trip meter
Exhaust is an automobiles tail pipe. Emissions are submitted through this pipe into the air. The emissions from the exhaust (tail pipe) is pollution. You can find the exhaust on a vehicle in the rear half of the car sticking out. The exhaust is connected to the engine and the burnt fuel is now in the matter of a gas (emmisions) and it comes out of the exhaust (tail pipe.) The exhaust will be sticking straight out the back, in front of the right rear wheel, or from behind the right rear wheel. Alternatively it can also mean to use up or wear out
7,200 seconds if my math is right
Either in the exhaust manifold or the exhaust pipe right below the manifold. GoodluckJoe
Catalytic converters are part of the exhaust system under the vehicle. They are right after the exhaust pipes come down from the engine
Looking at the motor it is right behind the Exhaust. The Exhaust is above and below the starter and solenoid.
You shouldn't be smoking in the first place... However, adults who smoke should retain the right to make his or her own choices.
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i have a 1998 ford Triton f 150 how do i remove the exhaust manifold right side
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