start by replacing rad. cap. if that doesnt help you have a blown headgasket.
no The tacho picks up pulses from the starter motor or ignition system.
When your motor warms up your oil, gasoline, and transmission fluid; it helps your motor run free
check the O2 sensor
Yes. If the choke plate is sitting in there loose if can close by itself which would flood the engine. Also, without the choke you would have a very lean condition during cold start-up until the engine warms up.
this sould be perfectly normal. it has an automatic choke which kicks off when the motor warms up. let the motor get warm and then shut it off for a minute or so. start it up and c if it still does it.
Rust from your cooling system is flowing back into the overflow tank when the motor warms up.
that's not true. Any vehicle will "warm up" as long as the engine is running. Does not matter whether its at idle "running at a stop" or driving around town. The olders cars (1995 and beyond) require about 5min of warm up before drving. Cars now days don't require any. You can fire them and drive it like you stole it!
in my case it was a coolant sensorbut you really need to read the codes
you should rebuild your carb or clean it up sounds like the choke is bad it has a throhle body not a carberaror
Most likely you either.... 1. ran the motor out of oil 2. had an oil pump failure 3. had a bearing failure No matter the reason, if the motor stopped, chances are that you seized up the motor.
I would suggest that the Choke is switching off and then the idle is set too low
I have been told that this problem likely comes from some type of vacuum leak and that as the engine warms, the leak seals itself off. What I haven't been able to find out is what is the most likely source of the leak. Any one have suggestion?
That really sounds like it is your O2 Sensor. I know for my 94 they are about 22.00 at Advanced Auto Parts. They are on your manifold behind the motor, by the firewall. Have a wire running from them! Hope this helps! That really sounds like it is your O2 Sensor. I know for my 94 they are about 22.00 at Advanced Auto Parts. They are on your manifold behind the motor, by the firewall. Have a wire running from them! Hope this helps!
Go up, then stop as it burns out if you push it too far.
if delivery of centrifugal pump is stopped and and pump is running then suction will be stopped and no flow will take place there fore fluid in side the pump will be heated up and motor will be overloaded and finally will be short circuited.
bad seal/ gasket around fuel injector or intake manifold. as engine warms components expand and form a seal.
This water is actually moisture that is liquefying with the aid of your exhuast heat inside the pipes. If you live in a humid area, this water will continually drip from your tail pipes, other wise it will stop after the engine warms up.
It is a measure of how many rpm the motor gains in one second while running up after being switched on.
if the power wires for the motor happen to be hooked up backwords
Sweating help a runner because when a runner is running, their heart beat speeds up and warms the runner up. Sweating helps cool down the runner's body.
you go to the doctor or put some tea bags it warms up the throat it cousgdfjk down the inside and you wont cough
probably over the winter, but not once it warms up
in my case it was 7 dollars coolant sensor but read the codes could be any sensor failing