Most likely it is just a dirty throttle body. After a while carbon will deposit around the throttle body butterfly valve and not allow it to close completely, a cold start usually requires very little air and more is sneaking past than the engine computer thinks there is. All this is dependent on the fact that you have good spark plugs, wires, and distributor cap and rotor ( if applicable ), and fuel lilter. When anything out of the norm happens like this it is generally a good indication that a tune up is due or past due.
It is in the exhaust, immediately behind the engine.It is in the exhaust, immediately behind the engine.
Detonation...Needs to be fixed immediately or will eventually destroy engine.
your "glowplugs"are worn or the "wire connected to them is lose or worn!!!!!!!
what do u mean? the weather? the passengers? the engine?
To protect the engine form the weather !
Faulty ECT (engine coolant temperature) sensor. Replace it.
Drain it out immediately, DO NOT run the engine.
Make sure your radiator is full of coolant
The engine will overheat and can cause severe engine damage. The engine will be completely ruined if it is not immediately shut off.
in cold weather , engine may be so cold in the morning....
The engine system urgent service indicator is a warning to turn the engine off immediately. Running the engine will result in severe damage.
Cold weather can make your check engine light come on for various reasons. It could be caused by low fluids or a sensor.
That you need to have it serviced immediately!
Immediately behind the engine.
In most cases yes it will. The coolant will mix with the oil and this will immediately cause damage to engine bearings and rings. STOP driving any car with a blown head gasket. You must have this repaired immediately or you will destroy the engine.
Normally it will last the life of the engine. However if the engine overheats the gasket can be ruined immediately.
A blinking Check Engine light indicates a serious problem with the emissions system. Have this repaired immediately.
Depends on the engine but severe engine damage will start to occur almost immediately. It will run a few minutes until it starts to overheat then the engine will seize. It will not take long to destroy the engine.
That will depend on what the engine was designed for. If it was meant to have 20 weight in hot weather, use 5w20.If it was meant to have 30 weight, use 0w30That will depend on what the engine was designed for. If it was meant to have 20 weight in hot weather, use 5w20.If it was meant to have 30 weight, use 0w30
If there is coolant on an engine, it is likely a seal or a hose is leaking or broken. It should be repaired immediately or the engine may seize up and quick working.
In the exhaust pipe, immediately behind the engine.
The fuel is cut off to the engine. With no fuel it stops running immediately.
If you accidentally did that then drain the engine oil out immediately and pour in the correct weight oil.
What happens is you must remove the petrol immediately. Petrol or gasoline will destroy a diesel engine.