It is in the under hood fuse box. Check the fuse in there also. The fan motors are prone to failure.
Windows servers are not necessarily failure-prone moreso than say Linux or Mac servers. However, Windows servers do suffer more frequently from hacking and virus attacks.
The tanks , essentially prototypes , were prone to engine or track failure and were difficult for the crew to operate because of a lack of proper venting of the engine exhaust system .
You could, but it is not a good idea. The check engine light may turn on, and a cold running engine is prone to oil sludge issues.
Only in an emergency. The computer will turn on the check engine light if the temp never reaches normal. A cold running engine is also more prone to oil sludge problems.Only in an emergency. The computer will turn on the check engine light if the temp never reaches normal. A cold running engine is also more prone to oil sludge problems.
This is a complex question: The failure that caused the head gasket to fail MAY have done other damage But ... and there is always a BUTT Some cars are prone to this failure and replacement of the gasket means it will never need to be done again with no other harm to the engine, (original Dodge Neon for example) Other cars where the gasket fails and it means the car has been over heated and the engine is Damaged (8.2 liter Detroit Diesel is a good example) So the only way to know is to run it and see.
It is a measure of how prone to failure a system is... how often is does not work as intended! For instance it a system fails 5 times out of 10 it would have a failure rate of 50%
Any material that is prone to failure dependent on the stress/strain before reaching a mean life cycle.
Not really. They are very failure prone, due to their complex moving parts and the conditions they are usually subjected to.
the 2.5L motor is one of the easiest engines to work on. If you have a distributer on yours, it is a pain to replace the cap and rotor, and wires, and the DIS ignition module is prone to failure, but its a basic, straightforward engine.
I am assuming you are talking about the Catalytic Converter. You might have to replace because it is not meeting smog requirements. The "cat" uses heat to burn any remaining fuel that the engine did not use after combustion. They are prone to failure by there very nature of needing high heat to operate.
I believe 88 and earlier 305's have a nylon coated cam gear that is supposed to make them run quieter but are prone to failure, however chain and crank gear are all steel.
if i am not mistaking they had told me the stabalizer bars (sway bars) when they are diffective. i am going to change does on my 96 dgc for that reason my front end makes a rattle noise The end links and sway bar bushings are prone to failure on 1996 and later vans.
When considerig a radiator it is a good idea to go with the manufacturers brand. Aftermarket products are prone to leaks and failure.
Try these quick fixes. 1) poor quality oil, loses compression, prone to this model 2) fuel filters also prone to blocking 3) fuel pump also known to failure, not cheap
only the older belt driven air pumps seize up and may stop engine from cranking by fan belt holding engine, new electric air pumps are prone to suck up water or electric motor failure causing fuse to blow but car will still run
Amazonite has a mohs hardness of 6-6.5. It's prone to pressure failure (it'll crack or crumble), and will also scratch easily.
Usually not. The seals in a rotary that does the job of the piston rings in a piston engine have a much harder job to do, and tend not to last as long. Agreed. The "Wankel" was a good concept, an engine with one moving part but never lived up to it's potential. The above answer is an excellent example. The trouble mostly came from balancing the rotor, as it did not rotate in a perfect 360 degree circle and oil seals were prone to failure
try the opti these are prone to failure
Cools engine by cooling engine oil that runs through a A/C or Transmission looking cooler. It may run through your radiator that has extra fins built into it and is separate from coolant. It may be an after market add on. It is usually on vehicles that pull trailers or handle heavy weight. Will prolong engine life. CON: Some types are prone to leaks or being damaged causing loss of oil and worse a complete loss of oil resulting in engine damage or failure.
Renal failure is a likely cause (kidneys not working correctly). The kidneys of domestic cats are very prone to failure, especially in older cats. The cat should be taken to a vet urgently - many renal problems are manageable.
Hi there,It all depends what model/engine you get.Ive got the 1.6hdi engine (DV6TED4). This engine is used in most fords/masdaz etc.In the 407 however, this engine is susseptable to turbo failure. Mainly because its always under load. (such a heavy car and such a small engine). My engine has done 110k and is on its second turbo.It is kept realitivly clean compared to the 2.0hdi. It also averages 60mpg and it is much more reliable compared to the 2.0hdi. It is much easier to maintain, as most of the components are visable unlike the tucked away 2.0 .
"Grinding" isn't nearly enough information, but the automatic transmission on the 91 to 94 explorers are notoriously weak and very prone to failure.
It is probably a lack of fuel, try the simple stuff first like changing the fuel filter. The lift pumps in the 01 is prone to failure at about 80000 miles, it is a good idea to install a fuel pressure gauge or an aftermarket electric fuel pump, it will save the injection pump, and that is the expensive one.