It might be overfueled but it also might be just that when you turn the key off the motor runs on a bit and puts fuel into the hot exhaust and it ignites it and makes it backfire.
Will have turned.
"had turned" is the past perfect tense of turn. "had" is an auxiliary verb, and "turned" is a past participle.
Have/has turned.I have turnedWe have turnedYou have turnedHe/she has turnedThey have turned
Gatsby turned Daisy into what he imagines her to be: his perfect woman, with absolutely no flaws.
its perfect, eh?
Had turned is the past perfect construction. Use had + past participle to create the past perfect tense.
The unburned fuel is igniting inside the muffler. Let the engine run at idle for 30 seconds before turning the key off.
It's lean. Could be something plugged in the carb.
it depends on which past tense you mean. Preterite: turned Imperfect: turned Past Progressive: was turning Past Perfect: had turned
as long as the lamp is turned off, otherwise you will have a fire!
Prove that you've "indeed" turned in the book, otherwise pay the fine or replace it. If you pay but then prove that you'd turned it in, then you should receive a full refund.
well it all depends on when it is backfiring most of the time on start up if it does back fire then it prob because when you turned it off you had the rpms high and sum gass was mostlikely left in the carb
This might be from unproper jetting of the carb. It is most likely running to lean,this is why the pipe has turned yellow.When and engine runs lean it tends to run hotter
236 lbs that's how much i weigh i just turned 13
It could be your alignment or your rotors. If it's the rotos, then they need to be turned. Otherwise, it's the alignment.
The past tense of turn over is "turned over."The past perfect tense is "had turned over."
The flooding of the Nile River turned the banks into marsh-like areas perfect for farming their crops.
The Perfect Holiday might be the name of the older Christmas movie where a salesman is turned into Santa and receives help from a girl elf.
That's normal, since it returns right after. Otherwise, make a clean-up on your computer.
Yes, but make sure airplane mode is turned on in settings, otherwise it may interfere with the planes radio system.
Don't know but I started using it when looking for creams to help with my skins sensitivity and acne, turned out perfect.
I dont know but i just made peanut brittle for the third time ever. The first batch turned dark but was perfect taste and consistency. The second batch was perfect all the way around. This third batch turned green and also was a little sticky. I have searched google but have not got any answers. Good luck.
A backfire is caused by unburned fuel and air getting into a hot exhaust system where it ignites. Plugs have nothing to do with it. Some cars, when they are turned off, pass enough fuel and air, that isn't being burned in the now-turned-off cylinders to cause a backfire. Most of the time though it's an issue with the exhaust valve(s) in the cylinder leaking. When the cylinder compresses some of the air/fuel mix is leaking past the exhaust valve an passing into the exhaust. No fix for this short of a 'valve job' which is pulling the cylinder heads, machining the valve seats and valves yada, yada. Kinda of expensive to fix. You can test for this by doing a compression test on your cylinders. This is fairly inexpensive and can tell you if you have one of more cylinders leaking. If you cross your spark plug Wires then YES your car will Back fire.