just because the brake is off dose not mean it is not sticking, thsi is usually do to rust. if the parking brake was left on then it could be sticking to. you might want to try and spray a rust penetrant on the moving parts and try and make the parts move. try and work the parking brake and the brakes several times to get them to free up. you can try and tap on the drum brakes (rear) with a hammer. if it is not a brake problem then it is a drivetrain problem. you can try and force it to move and it may end up brakeing free (get a truck and a chain and try to pull the vehicle a few feet forward and a few feet back---just be careful)
Don't do this unless you have a proven way to vent the engine exhaust to the outside. Engine exhaust contains carbon dioxide which is deadly to people. It makes you pass out and then kills you. People have died from sitting in a closed car outside.
If the engine is running it is using fuel.
in neutral while engine warm and running. be sure to have emergency braake on.
Who told you that? No you can't ruin a car engine by running the air or heat while sitting in one place for an extended period of time. It's not good for the engine to sit for a long time running because oil builds up on the seals and such but that's about it.
Blower motor switch. Put it on High and it will blow when sitting still with the engine running.
Yes, but don't tow it in drive or neutral, it will damage the transmission
You have to lock it from the outside with an extra key.
Perhaps. But it would be quite rare. no, they are made and stored outside an engine in warehouses.you should keep it oiled and in a good safe place where it won't get dropped,or damaged in any way.
Most automatics require you to depress the brake pedal.
It varies from one car to another. Some recommend checking it with the engine off, some with the engine running in park, some with the engine running in neutral, etc. The owners manual for the vehicle will tell you how it should be done on yours.
Quality vacuum gage is required ;-) engine at running temperature around 18 to 20 inches Hg = vacuum
The engine most NOT be running for accurate motor oil measurement. The most accurate measurement is when the car has not been running for at least a few hours and is sitting on level ground
engine running in park. when warm it should be between the "hot" and "cool" markings on the dipstick.
Spray down the throttle body outside to clean it & prevent anything from sticking there. Then while the engine is running spray inside intake as long as possible without stalling the engine. This should do it.
what is the running mate in engine
If you are driving and water is sucked up in your engine it will ruin your engine. but if the car is sitting in water not running dont even try to start it. Drain all fluids out of the car and replace them all with new fluids.
check it on the dipstick while the engine is running in either park or neutral.
There is coolant in the engine block when the engine is not running. The engine block, heater, hoses and radiator remain full when engine is not running.
Not running on all cylinders? Bad harmonic balancer?
Blown head gasket or cracked block.
It can be a leaking injector that floods the engine when it isn't running. GoodluckJoe They asked about a problem that occurs AFTER it's been running a while...not after it's been sitting, with a pressurized Fuel line.
Yes, check it on a level surface with the engine running and the gear shift selector in neutral or park. Check it after the engine has warmed up.
drive car to warm oil, keep engine running, put handbrake on, go through all gear selections then back to neutral - check oil