If this is an overhead cam engine, where the spark plugs are inserted through a tube in the valve cover, the answer is simple. There is most likely a small oil leak around the seals in the valve cover at that cylinder. Compound that with a spark plug boot that may have a slight bit of wear or expansion due to the oil and you will get a small combustion at the upper end of the spark plug, especially on hard acceleration where the ignition coil is forced to put out more voltage. Repair the oil leak, replace the wires and you should be good.
i change the spark plugs on my car but they keep popping out
Somehow there is cylinder pressure or radiator pressure getting into the crankcase. There is a problem. Take it to a repair shop ASAP.
Well I have answered this already on another post. But to keep it simple.. Why not do 1 cylinder at a time.. Then what difference does it make for spark plugs.
With an appropriate size spark plug socket (with the rubber insert to grab the plug) twist to the left. Keep turning until you can lift it out. When installing new plugs, torque to 14 ft lbs (no more or you risk stripping the threads in the cylinder head). Cheers
allegedly it is a reflex to keep your eyes from popping out
Because he wants to do it
Keep it away from heat.
these empty files keep popping up in my computer
Too much dielectric grease on the plug boot, or they are worn out and need replacing.
The spark plug wire should snap into the coil tower. If it does not snap in place it is probably the wrong connector.
well on how to route the spark plug wires, you just need to keep them away from the exhaust, and make sure to keep them away from any moving parts in the area. Zip ties work wonders on these, and just ensure that they are in their correct location for the corresponding cylinder.
Force is mass times acceleration. If the force is doubled, then the mass must be cut in half to keep the acceleration the same.
thats a little on the worn engine side of compression,but that in itself would not keep it from starting....most likely a fuel or spark problem. you can check fuel pressure with a screw in guage from autozone,and check spark with an inline spark tester from autozone.
You have a problem with your carburater.
Yes, they keep the cork from popping out.
just replaced the fuel pump and it still pops the fuse under acceleration...checked at shop all wiring and no signs of bad wires,possibly voltage spike through that circut.
A miss on hard acceleration is usually an indication of an ignition problem--coil, spark plug, spark plug wire. Rick I'm a retired ASE Master/L-1 Technician. I still keep current with the latest automotive technology. Visit my blog for cool articles and TSB's: http://free-auto-repair-advice.blogspot.com
Because Force = Mass x Acceleration, if Mass increases, Acceleration must decrease in order to keep the Force the same. And if Mass is decreased, Acceleration must increase to keep the Force the same.
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Store popping corn in an airtight plastic container or a glass jar that seals tightly. The object is to keep moisture away from the unpopped corn.
It is linear. The acceleration will be proportional to the force. F = mA
Wheel cylinder stops would keep the wheel cylinder from coming apart.
Broken spark plug wires will keep almost any car from starting.
They sure do! Why do you think they keep popping out kids? fame and welfare profits.
either the breaker is too small or the refrigerator is causing an overload