That is, what they already do. No kind of fire can burn without oxygen!
The car engine will start to consume all the oxygen in the garage and the exhaust will produce carbon monoxide (Poison gas) eventually you will be depleted of oxygen and feel sleepy as all the oxygen is used up by the cars engine. Then without oxygen you will die. Always open the garage door if you are going to run the cars engine. Always have good ventilation to remove the exhaust from the garage.
You can replace all of them BUT the 2 in the rear of the engine block with out pulling the engine. To remove the rear ones you can either pull the transmission are remove the engine your choice.
If you use a tripod.
Yes, the engine will pull right out without removing the trans.
To change the clutch you need to remove the engine, the transmission or both. The clutch is BEWEEN the engine and transmission and you can't get it off without separating them.
The 2004 Dodge Intrepid oxygen sensor can be found on the back of the air cleaner housing. Remove the wiring harness. Remove the oxygen sensor retaining screws. Reverse the process to install the new oxygen sensor.
Yes, you do not need to remove the engine.
Fire can be produced without "air" as air is a mixture of oxygen, carbon dioxide and mostly nitrogen. Fire needs only Oxygen to burn, so if you remove this is will extinguish itself. Without "air" it can still burn as long as it is provided with oxygen.
First off, open your hood and remove the airbox (this is assuming you have the 4 cylinder engine). Once you remove the airbox, look down at the rear of the engine and find the exhaust pipe. The oxygen sensor will be a few inches down the pipe from the exhaust manifold.
Without removing and disassembling the engine, Sea Foam oil treatment is a good product for this.
Remove head Remove oil pan Remove wrist pins and push piston up out of the head
Animals remove oxygen from the atmosphere.
Yes..you should be able to. You'll have to take off the starter, remove the front engine mount to be able to lift the engine slightly then remove the oil pan.
REmove and mark with masking tape all hoses and wires and linkage that connects to the engine. Mark where it came from on the engine with an identical marking for ease of reinstallation. You will need to remove the bolts that hols the transmission to the engine and under the flexplate cover remove the bolts that hold the torque converter or clutch to the flexplate. Remove the engine mount bolts. The engine should be ready for removel, but be sure the tranny is supported somehow so it does not fall.
Remove the engine, place on an engine stand. Remove heads, oil pan, pistons, main caps and remove the crank.Remove the engine, place on an engine stand. Remove heads, oil pan, pistons, main caps and remove the crank.
No, There's Note Enough Room In The Engine Compartment To Remove It From Above Although If You Have A Ramp And A Crane You Can Drop It From The Bottom, But This Is Not Advised. Just Remove Gearbox First And The Engine Will Come Out The Top Easily With Enough Fiddling Etc And Obvisiously With The Help Of A Engine Lift.
If you mean to remove oxygen from an air-tight container, add a layer of zink metal powder to the container. It will react with and remove atmospheric oxygen.
It's almost impossible without removing the engine, unfortunately.
No, for several reasons:A car engine needs oxygen to mix with the gasoline for it to ignite. There is no oxygen in space.Even if you could rig up an oxygen supply (tanks) there would be no way of cooling the engine (radiators and air cooled engines need air to remove heat) and the engine would overheat and seize up.Lubricants would evaporate and seals would dry out.
Yeah it looks tight alright, but after you remove all the accessories, and drive pulleys, you would have just enough room to sneak the engine out of there leaving the transaxle behind.
You need a cherry picker with a leveler bar to be able to take the engine and tranny out in one piece.