Maybe all of your cylinders aren't firing. Raw fuel is being sprayed into one of the piston cylinders but the spark isn't igniting or the timing is off and it isn't igniting at the right time. The above is correct. Ignition module and coil packs are a reasonable suspicion, as well as poor plug wires or plugs. Dont forget your vacuum hose or PVC hose that is a common problem with hesitation It could also mean that the fuel pressure regulator has failed, pumping raw gas into the engine. Check the injectors. If one looks wet it could be the o-rings have gone bad and all you need to do is replace the o-rings or at worse replace the injector. I agree. I have a Cavalier and had the same problems. I eventually needed to get 2 fuel injectors replaced, as fuel was apparently going into my exhaust.
Basically it means your fuel to air mixture is to rich (too much fuel and too little air), meaning that you are getting an incomplete burn of the fuel drawn into the cylinder for each cycle. It could also mean that you are not getting a hot enough spark (to ignite the mixture) thus leaving too much of the fuel unburned.
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check if it is getting fire
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Sounds like a ring job is in line. I could be wrong, but if the oil smells of gasoline,it's getting there somehow, and that would be the first place I would look. Check the compression on the cylinders. Would also check for a bad intake lifter.
Because it's getting too much gasoline
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Check the camshaft sensor. If the sensor is bad or not getting power, then the engine will not fire and the injector will not get a signal.
Change the fuel filter and have the cat convertor checked out
fuel pump and or filter/ catalitic converter
too much fuel (unburned) getting into the exhaust. could be your oxygen sensor or catalyst converter. less likely, a leaking fuel injector
No. Black smoke is created when your truck is running Rich meaning that you are getting to much fuel the black smoke is just simply unburned fuel
BMW's as a rule prefer Premium gasoline. Never put the cheapest kind in, unless of course you don't mind not getting the maximum performance and longevity out of your engine.
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Friend, I would consider getting a Haynes or Chilton manual. There is a way to access trouble codes and it may say what component is faulty.... The manual will say what code means what.
definitley diesel its a much more effecient engine and surprisingly burns much cleaner than gasoline especially in performance if you put 5grand into a diesel truck your lookin at close to 30 mpgs or more as to were a gasoline engine would be getting only about 8
Check to see if engine is getting fuel and spark
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Electric car's are constantly getting better. A lot of them are already more efficent then gasoline vehicles. As battery technology and public awareness of electric cars increase so will the production of electric vehicles causing a decrease in production of gasoline vehicles.
Possibly, but not likely. People regularly survive getting small amounts of gasoline in their mouths when they try to siphon gas from one car to another. The ill effects are usually temporary.If you swallow gasoline, it can cause severe damage to the esophagus and stomach. In rare or chronic cases, this could kill you.
No! A car backfires because unburned fuel is getting to the muffler. The heat of the exhause system causes the fuel to combust, thus a backfire. A bad alternator will just not charge your car battery.
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It varies somewhat depending on engine design, but a gasoline engine is approximately 30% efficient due to heat, mechanical loss, etc. Despite modern engines getting about 98-99% efficiency out of the gasoline.