Check coolant temperature sensor, or that it is not open circuit. Check wiring to it also as sometime they put a resistor in the wiring loom. (high resistance fools computer into thinking cold engine so mixture is made rich)
A bad throttle sensor can cause engine jerking and rough running. A test of the computer codes should show if there seems to be a problem with the sensor.
I washed my car at the car wash, then I washed the engine with engine/tire cleaner with the engine running, since then my check engine light has been on. Sometimes it blinks fast, goes off and then comes back on steadily. The engine sounds like sputter, misfire, rough sound from the tailpipe. The entire engine seems to be running fine, no shaking or bouncing, just running normal. What is the problem? Thanks for your help.
The issue here sounds like it's the master cylinder failing. It is not retaining pressure when the engine is running. The reason they feel fine when the engine is not running is because the failing master cylinder is not getting power, and in essence is being bypassed.
It varies from car to car. In my experience it does help to have the ignition on or the engine running while adding air to the tires. The system seems to recognized the pressure change faster and turn the light out.It varies from car to car. In my experience it does help to have the ignition on or the engine running while adding air to the tires. The system seems to recognized the pressure change faster and turn the light out.
The Service Engine or Check Engine light comes on when the ECU has detected a problem with the emissions system. Do not ignore this light even if the engine seems to be running fine. Failure to repair this can cause damage to the catalytic converter especially if the vehicle is not running good or using excess fuel.
i have the same problem, my Audi a3 tdi 110 seems to be running louder than most diesels engines.
Check your cooling fan
It seems the a minimalist running shoe, like with most things, has its benefits and drawbacks. One can find experts on either side of the debate: ones who tout the benefits, and others who believe the traditional, cushioned running shoe are more beenficial. It seems to boil down to personal preference. If a person is already considering the minimalist running shoe, he or she likely already knows that it can benefit a persons stride and should give it a try. I am of the opinion that running is rough on your feet, ankles, and knees and thus require a cushioned, more traditional shoe.
The heat is not working because you are very low on coolant, probably because of the leak. Seems to me that it should leak worse when it is running, so I am going to assume you are talking about the coolant overflowing the reservoir, in which case goes back to you being low on coolant and the engine boiling the coolant.
check your gauges first is it running hot ? is the oil pressure ok ? if the engine seems to be running fine then it could be a bad ground theres alot of things that could cause this but those are the easyest to determine
Replace the oxygen sensors. This should eliminate the 'rotten egg' smell. If the engine has lost power, the converters may need replacing. Though there may well be an electrical problem, a partial collapse of an exhaust system component could restrict airflow enough to cause the engine to 'run rough'. The rough running is an electrical misfire in the engine. The egg smell is the catatytic converter disolving with raw fuel going into it. You will have to check plugs, leads, cap and rotor arm for wear or damage. Dont drive this vehicle because you will have to add the cat converter to your shopping list too. Hope this helps
There are times when the world seems to be in pretty rough shape.
Many rough idle problems are the result of burned valves. At a higher speed, the engine may not seem to be running rough, but may still be misfiring. On the other hand, if a valve is only slightly burned the cylinder may actually fire. It can also be a bad sparkplug, wire or distributor cap. In any case, you'll need to find out which cylinder is misfiring. If you've encountered a misfire problem that seems difficult to track down, run a compression test and see if all cylinders are ok. If the compression is up, track down other possible problems.
The 2.4 liter 4 cylinder in a 2003 Jeep Liberty is not an interference engine , so if the timing belt breaks the engine will stop running , but the engine will not be destroyed Seems not to be true. I have been looking into this all day and everything points to it being an interference engine. Sorry
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By popularity in people's opinions it seems as though Nike is the best GPS watch for running. It seems to hold the most control and is the best product for the money.
I am not sure I serviced mine completely and it seems to run rough especially when I put my foot down on accelerator - it starts jumping like I am running out of fuel. If you find out let me know!
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disconnect the battery for a few minutes, reconnect and start it. if there is no problem, the light will stay off
Yes. I have a 1995 4.6 litre crown Victoria that was originally fuel injected. It is now a propane only car and seems to be running fine.
you might have a leaking vaccum hose
you have a blown head gasket
It can make the engine run so poorly that it seems like the transmission has problems.It can make the engine run so poorly that it seems like the transmission has problems.
No. There were some counterfeit Prada label baby clothes from Brazil that flooded the market in (2006?). The news never got out, it seems.