Check to see if you tighten the bolts to spec. and replaced the oil
if you have a spark, check for fuel, ign fuse,antitheft divice, redo your timing...
....or maybe the timing belt/chain was put back on wrong. Then no matter if you have fire and fuel, compression is not there and it wont run. Also, look to see if the wiring is all properly reconnected. Distributor dropped in wrong? Too many possible causes to guess without seeing or hearing it. Does it spin over really unusually fast? Faster than you remember it sounding before? If so, the timing belt or chain is causing the cam and crank to be out of time.
Sure it will start with a blown head gasket. But, if you continue to run this engine with a blown head gasket you will destroy the engine.
Hi i have a r2 motor and it got hot and then wouldnt start so i replaced the water pump as it was broke and now it wont start it winds and theres spark but wont start
You have a blown head gasket, cracked head, or both. The engine must be taken apart and head gasket & head possibly replaced. If you drove it in this condition for a long period of time you may have totally destroyed this engine and it will need a complete overhaul.
The only real option is to have the head gasket replaced. Do not pour some kind of 'miracle' sealant into your engine, because it will seal up oil passages, and the water jacket, as well as temporarily fixing your head gasket leak. The head gasket will start to leak again after a bit, no matter what you put in the engine. Having the head gasket replaced will cost around 500 dollars, unless there are problems, like the head being warped.
White smoke is from water getting into the cylinders. If this only occurs at start up the head gasket probably weeps into the cylinder. The gasket will probably get worse until the gasket gets replaced.
Maybe a bad head gasket. When cold, take the radiator cap off and start the engine. If it is a head gasket, water should shoot out of the radiator.
It depends on the engine, where and how bad the gasket failure is, etc. If you run an engine with a blown head gasket that has allowed anti-freeze to contaminate the oil, you'll probably wipe out the motor.
You have a blown head gasket.
No, there isn't. If the engine runs too hot, you will start to hear squeaks and strange noises from the engine while driving, as the engine metal parts start to expand because of the excessive heat that will cause the engine's interior parts to have a more narrow space to move. This can burn the head gasket, which needs to be replaced or even worst, can eventually kill the engine, which then needs to it's parts replaced and re-tuned to work again.
why do you want to. This would be a terrible idea as the 2.2 engines have head gasket issues. When the gasket weakens, the engine will start to overheat, and without a thermostat you wont know until the gasket blows and you ruin the entire engine. So you "can" run without a thermostat if you feel like blowing your engine.
Yes, it will start. But know that every minute you run the engine you are doing damage.
you will replace the timing chain when mornig cold start becomes noisy Normally it will last the life of the engine, and is replaced when the engine is overhauled.
Does your rover 214 have a k series engine if it does it could be a problem with your head gasket
usually not....the engine will start, but will run rough and/or overheat
There is water in the oil, it sounds like a head gasket. Remove radiator cap and start engine, if the coolant bubbles its a head gasket.
It could be the cause of the knock only if the gasket was bad and leaked out almost all the oil.
That's usally a sign of a blown head gasket. When the engine is cold, take the radiator cap off and then start the engine, if the radiator starts to overflow then that is a sign of a blown head gasket.
More than likely when you did the last oil change you did not remove the old gasket and ended uw tih two in the filter. The when the engine ran through some cycles and started the extra gasket just let go.
If you have spark, you have fuel and you have compression, It will start. Backtrack and find which is not happening. You might also want to check your timing because you can have fuel,spark and compression, but if the engine is out of time it will not start. The timing has to be close for it to start
Not necessarily. It can be some other things, such as an ignition part that is overheating.
The engine in your Accord is an interference engine. For that reason alone, it is critical the belt be replaced correctly. Do it wrong and there will be severe engine damage as soon as you start the engine. Therefore, I recommend you have the belt replaced by a professional. This is not a job for a novice.
Drain the radiator, remove the head, drain the oil, replace the oil filter. Install the new gasket and replace the head. Add the correct amount of oil and coolant to the engine. Start the engine and bleed all air from the system.
Every time you start the engine you are doing damage. The coolant will mix with the oil and coolant is a horrible lubricant. How long you should drive it is none at all. Do not run this engine with a blown head gasket or you will be paying for a complete overhaul or buying another engine.
To change the gasket remove the oil filter. There will be 2 bolts holding the adapter to the block, remove them push the adapter off. Clean both surfaces apply gasket seal to gasket. Put the bolts thru the holes and apply gasket to adapter. Start the bolts into engine block and tighten evenly. Put on a new oil filter making sure the filter rubber gasket has a coating of oil.
why after replaced the head gasket car wont turn over??jetta 2000 2.2l