timeing is off,no spark(power to the plugs but not threw them),cracked distrib.cap.bad stator in distrib. It is highly recommended that starting fluid (ether) never be used in throtle body gasoline engines unless one is very highly quaified in engine maintenance proceedures. Ether is a very volitile flamable liquid. Using it can cause serious engine damage not to mention bodily harm. Before using any type of starting liquids check to make sure there voltage flowing between the spark plug wires and the spark plugs. If there is no voltage there or the voltage reads much below 16k volts there simply may not be enough to overcome the resistance of the resistor type spark plugs that are used in all cars today. Most newer cars since the early 1980s have aluminum cylinder heads. Using starting fluids can cause serious damage to aluminum cylinder heads. There are a whole aray of electrical reasons that an engine does not start with or without starting fluid. ALL these potential reason should be checked before even thinking about using any type of starting fluid.
is it carburated or throttle body injected? try putting a little gas in the carburetor or throttle body or if you have no gas try starting fluid but if you have gas in a jug use that because starting fluid is hard on the pistons and valves. and see if itll start
The use of starting fluid is not recommended. Spray the throttle plate with just a quick squirt.
Loosen the air cleaner cover and shoot some into the throttle body.
P.S. fluid or transmission fluid
what kind of trnsmission fliud in a 1964 cadillac deville
tHESE TRUCKS ARE FAMOUS FOR THE FUEL PUMPS QUITTING. hAVE IT CHECKED OUT.
A throttle is the system by which the flow of a fluid is managed by constriction. A throttle is used to monitor the position of the throttle in an internal combustion engine.
It is important to maintain the fluid levels of the vehicle. A 1995 Cadillac Deville will take any general power steering fluid.
where is the dip stick at located in 1996 cadillac deville ?
transmission fluid almost always goes in the dipstick tube
easiest and safest way to spray starter fluid is to spray it straight into air cleaner. you will not need to remove anything to do this and the engine will suk the fluid thru you really need to have the throttle body looked at ,as starter fluid is primarily for use in a diesel,not a gas engine
Disconnect the lower hose
Transmission fluid is always put in through the Tranny dipstick tube.
you shouldn't have to keep putting PS fluid in your car. There is probably a leak that should be repaired.
into the throttle body/ carburetor.
change both the fluid and filter every 50,000 miles
if it starts and stays running you only have to do that to get it cranked its the tps throttle position sensor i had the same thing happen to me
By putting it in the thing that says trans fluid
no, check your fluid levels.
The use of starting fluid should not be required, and is not recommended.The use of starting fluid should not be required, and is not recommended.
The throttle manages the flow of fluid or gasses by constriction or obstruction. By constricting the flow it determines the engine's power outlet. The throttle body is part of the air intake system.
pallet jack is generally moved by a throttle on the handle to move forward or in reverse.For putting hydralic fluid intopallet jack Put the control lever into the release position.For more info visit http://www.freepatentsonline.com/7114906.html
transmission leak in reverse only
Look for a vacuum leak. It may be on the throttle body or it may be associated with the EGR valve assembly. Sometimes you can spray a small amount of starting fluid at a suspected vacuum leak and if there is a leak at that point, the engine will suddenly start to sound different while it burns off the starting fluid. For a vehicle to have a pulsating idle from approx. 800 rpm to 3000 rpm approx. the issue is not with vacuum but with the TPS ( throttle positioning sensor).
Squirt some carb cleaner or a little starting fluid down into the throttle body then try to start the engine. If the engine attempts to run briefly you probably have a fuel delivery problem.