it may be one of your vacuum lines leaking and returning to the atmosphereic pressure The hissing noise could also be coming from an exhaust emissions part. This part is located on the fron right portion of the motor. I dont know the exact name but it attaches to the motor exhaust with two bolts, feel around this part when running, and see if it is leaking any exhaust from it.
A manifold leak is usually in reference to a failure of the intake manifold gasket. It can leak air, oil or coolant. It can leak to the outside of the engine or internally into the engine. A manifold leak may also refer to the Exhaust manifold that is leaking exhaust fumes from a bad gasket or a crack in the manifold.
It is connected to the pipe off the exhaust manifold in the bottom outside of the car.
Air pressure difference between the heat at the manifold and the relative cold outside. The manifold can get very hot, which increases pressure towards to outer, cooler, opening. Also, the pressure of more exhaust gas being pump into the manifold from continued combustion from the engine.
It could just be condensation which forms in the exhaust system outside of the engine, or you could be leaking coolant into your engine (typically via the head or intake manifold gasket).
No, there is one on the exhaust manifold near engine and the second one is just past the catalytic converter. Two total.
outside to outside of pipe.
From the outside it looks like a muffler. It's on the exhaust pipe, in front of the REAL muffler and behind the manifold.
It depends on the outside temperature, the vehicle and the compressor but it can be between 38 to 43 degrees..................
If the fan outside is not running the compressor will overheat and if the fan inside the house is not running the compressor will get liquid refrigerant back to it and lock up! Neither is good for the compressor.
It could be any one of the following: 1. The fan motor is overheating and is shutting down on overload, which will cause the compressor to shut down via the high pressure switch. 2. The compressor is getting too hot and is shutting down via the thermal overload switch. You need to determine if the fan and the compressor both come on at the outdoor unit. If you are getting cold air inside the house, the compressor is probably running. It generally takes longer than 1 minute for the fan to go out on overload unless the bearings are shot, then the fan motor could seize up and shut the compressor down on overload. You should have this checked by an HVAC tech.
Assuming you mean the outside of the compressor, no. The gasoline (petrol) may damage the seals. And don't use gasoline to clean the inside of the compressor either.
Usually compressor not running or low on refrigerant. And yes it is supposed to be warm
compressor not running
Try putting a sound blanket over the compressor. Will that make the compressor run hot?
yes, if the trans fluid is hitting the exhaust, but not out of the pipes coming from the outside of the pipes.
Hi, Outside unit means - Compressor and Condenser. 1. If compressor weight more- More power is required to do the same job as lighter compressor to get same work output. Life of the compressor has to be checked. 2. Condenser weight- the thickness of the condenser tubes is more then heat tranfer reduced. overall efficiency of system will reduced.
250 lbs and 75 depending on the outside temperatur.
the compressor is not running. Check your breakers.
near the compressor on the wall of the cooling condenser
The compressor is located outside of the house in a metal box with coils in the sides and a fan in the middle of it to blow air through the coils. the compressor should be located under one of the side panels of the box.
The purpose of the flex pipe is to give the exhaust some flexibility. On front wheel cars since the motor is mounted crosswise, when you give it gas the motor rocks and would over time break the exhaust pipe or even the exhaust manifold. On rear wheel drive cars, the exhaust pipe can twist which gives the needed flex. As far as components, it is just a woven metal sleeve over a piece of pipe that isn't attached to the ends of the flex tube. The outside woven part allows the exhaust to flex.
They are the 4 large holes on the outside of the head where the headers or exhaust manifolds go.
The screw compressor of the air is sucked from one side of the router, the pressure is off. The centrifugal compressor air from being sucked into a duct by the duct from the outside pressure. Multi-suction centrifugal compressor impeller rotates on an axis.
Improperly programmed programmable thermostat.
Generally, yes. It depends on the outside air temperature.