The pcv valve is probably on the valve cover.If the engine is blowing oil out of the crankcase or the oil filler tube,it could be the pcv valve.It could also be an indication of internal wear,such as stucking valves,causing the engine to build up excessive pressure.
Normal operation to cool engine Relay stuck in closed position?
The cooling fan is coming on cooling the engine. Very normal.
The "normal" engine is also called a rotary engine. Both of these engines look very similar. Radial engines use a conventional crankshaft in a fixed engine block, unlike the rotary engine. +++ You've missed the fundamental point. A conventional engine has its cylinders in a straight line or lines. A radial engine's cylinders are arranged, as its name says, radially from the polygonal crankcase, like the spokes of a wheel.
If it runs fairly normal once it starts and you're getting fuel into the crankcase, it's PROBABLY a leaking injector. After the engine is shut off there is still pressure in the fuel line. If the injector leaks, fuel will drip down into the intake manifold. If a cylinder has an open intake valve, the fuel will leak into there and find it's way into the crankcase.
It is likely that the crankcase was much too oil. It is likely that the engine would have been damaged if the oil had not be changed.
2-stroke engines run on a gas-oil mixture put directly into the gas tank. They do not have a crankcase that holds oil separately like most normal 4-stroke engines.
If you are not getting heated air blowing from the heater core and your engine coolant temperature gauge is showing LOW or below normal , ( then YES , IT'S POSSIBLE that your engine cooling thermostat is sticking open )
This means that here is too much oil in the crankcase.. check your fluid level and fill or drain the fluid accordingly
There's a valve called the PCV (positive crankcase ventilation) valve that allows air build-up inside the engine to vent out of the block (crankcase). It is designed to allow air to pass but keep the oil inside the engine.They are a normal wear item and your manual probably says to replace it every year. I do mine automatically when I do tuneups - it takes less than 5 minutes and you can do it yourself.
In a normal engine, no. In a high performance engine, maybe.In a normal engine, no. In a high performance engine, maybe.
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Worse case scenario. Float needle stuck in the carb with piston on the intake stroke. Rings may have washed out allowing fuel to pass into the crankcase. You didn't state how much gas though. Your yz uses the oil in the gas to lubricate the crankcase so a little is normal.
Combustion pressure getting past the piston into the crankcase. Worn rings or failed piston are normal causes.
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There's a hose that runs from the top of the engine/transmission to the airbox. This is the Crankcase vent hose. Pressure in the crankcase caused by blowby is relieved into the airbox to reduce pollution. It's 100% normal for there to by oil in the bottom of the airbox Running the engine for long periods of time above 8,000RPM will increase the amount of oil in the airbox. There's a little drain hose on the bottom of the airbox, just pull the plug and let the oil drain out into the pan everytime you do an oil change.
If it is coming out around the top of the stick, you have either a plugged pcv valve/crankcase orifice tube or excessive engine blow by. Blow by is the normal leakage past the piston rings. Excessive blow by will require a new/rebuilt engine.
It is normal most every goldfish does it, don't worry.
The normal engine operating temperature, for a 3306 Caterpillar diesel engine, is 180 degrees. The engine should not be operated at temperatures above 200 degrees.
This is normal operation,This is crank case pressure,so not to worry! The PCV system should keep up with the crankcase pressure (also known as blow-by) unless it is in access. It could be that the PCV system is not functioning properly or the engine is worn out.
Yes it is normal if you have an electric fan. The fan will run until the engine temp lowers to normal.
normal on the front face of the engine or the right hand side of the engine
Yes it is normal. That is the temperature that the engine was designed to operate.
Yes, it is normal
The normal size is c.i
195 degrees F