I have the same problem with my 98 Isuzu Rodeo. If you haven't already, replace the Idle air control valve. I have the same problem with my 98 Isuzu Rodeo. If you haven't already, replace the Idle air control valve.
the idle jet in the carb is blocked and needs to be cleaned out and reset
Idle Air Control Valve.
Someone has to pick up the rear end and run with it, starting your engine when he drops it. (and if you spin out and stall you lose the race )
Suspect low battery reserve (almost dead), alternator may not be recharging battery either due to low battery level insuffucient to energize alternator field windings or alternator/wire fault probable causing low battery in first place. Battery volt meter drops because alternator not recharging, Flasher speeds up when load drops through flasher, engine stalls because insufficent reserve on battery to run engine electronics. If battery ok to start motor: then suspect fault/connection in power wire to engine bay electronics or alternator. initial starting point from my diagnostic point of view
If your engine has a faulty intake valve and it drops, shut the engine off as soon as you can. The loose part will eventually destroy the engine, sometimes to the point it cannot even be rebuilt but will need a replacement.
If you accidently get ear drops in your eye, you need to immediately flush your eyes out with water. If irritation persists, you should seek immediate medical attention.
Engine makes noise, performance drops, fuel mileage drops,
After starting the engine, the oil pressure rises. The switch changes from either open or closed at a predetermined oil pressure, switching off the warning light. If oil pressure drops during operation, this light should come on, warning you of this dangerous situation for the engine (and your wallet).
no but if it does go go your doctor immediately
coz the drops or crystals hve to become large enough to fall. This is the reason y it can't fall to the ground immediately..!!
A compressor stall occurs when there is a disruption to the flow of air in the engine compressor. A jet engine is driven by pulling large volumes of air into the inlet. Some of this air is bypassed around the engine core, and some enters the core. Air that enters the core is compressed considerably in stages (compressed more and more as air travels toward the back) before it is mixed with fuel, ignites, and expands out the rear of the engine. A compressor stall occurs when the pressure of air entering the engine drops below the pressure in the compressor or air within the compressor drops momentarily as a result of stalling air (disruption in air pressure). When this happens the compressed air expands and travels toward the area of less pressure (toward the front and out the back). This happens quite fast and can be explosive. In fact, many people who are lucky enough to be on a plane when a compressor stall occurs may first believe a bomb went off. When a compressor stalls momentarily (often goes unnoticed by pilots or passengers) this is known as a compressor stall. An engine surge occurs when the compressor completely looses compression and the explosive effect is herd. Compressor stalls and surges where more prominent in older jet engines. Fortunately, compressor stalls or surges are extremely rare, and don't cause harm to the engine or plane. A compressor stall often will correct itself as soon as the flow of air in the engine is restored. Often times the corrective action by the pilots is to reduce engine power till the engine stabilizes. Today, with the use of Computer Aided Design (CAD), improved engine design and understanding this problem has virtually vanished.
if the piston breaks that is engine damage.
The starter cut-off relay disconnects the (electric) starter of an engine from the battery in case the voltage drops too low, for on low voltage to starter won't turn anyway (since the starter battery is probably low/ruined and cannot deliver the necessary currents for starting the engine anyway).
maybe there is not enough gas getting to the engine so...a clocth
Gas Cap not venting?
You can tell your rear engine is leaking by looking under your rear engine and see if there's drops hitting the ground.
Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends - 1984 Duncan Drops a Clanger 10-6 is rated/received certificates of: Australia:G
Battery is probably weak. If cranking voltage drops below 9 volts, you can lose memory of radio. The other possibility is that the rechargeable battery in the radio is weak and won't hold memory for a few seconds that the system voltage drops below 12v when cranking.
If you mean hunting at idle, the problem is caused by the idle speed being set too high or the idle switch is not properly adjusted. When the throttle is closed as indicated by the idle switch the fuel is cut off by the fuel cut solenoid until the engine speed drops below a preset speed. If the engine speed is higher than that speed and the idle switch is closed there is no fuel for the engine, thus the engine speed drops. When it drops below the preset speed the fuel is turned on and the engine speed goes back up.
it means that by starting something small you can go to great extents. without those little drops of water how can an ocean exist? all those tiny drops collected together made the ocean
Water is a normal result from an internal combustion engine.
For the operator to monitor the oil pressure of the engine. If the oil pressure drops below average when running, the engine is in trouble.
Without specific model years, I'll answer this for TBI and Vortec engines. The TBI engine has a max pressure of 13 lbs. The engine runs like crap if it drops below 10. The Vortec runs at 65lbs and starts to stumble if it gets much below 60. 55 seems to be the edge before you have starting issues.