yes u can , but you will also need matching computer changed over
When the engine is getting a complete rebuild.
The timing chain will normally last the life of the engine and no regular scheduled maintenance is required. It is changed when the engine is overhauled.
With regular maintenence, there should be no problem getting over 200,000 miles out of a Kia
Give us the year, make, model and engine along with the codes you're getting and what parts you have changed and maybe we can help you. Some codes are the result from other problems.
Depending on the engine capacity the oil must be changed in regular service period. The Camaro will require 4.5 L for regular oil change. It can hold 5.5 also.
Normally it will last the life of the engine and is changed when the engine is overhauled.
It will last the life of the engine and is changed during a complete engine overhaul.
Good quality oil, no short runs, always get the engine up to temperature, regular oil and filter changes, regular engine flushes.
The obvious answer would be that its not getting fuel. Have the fuel filters been changed?
The user is expected to change the engine oil on regular basis as the oil which helps in lubricating the engine and its various parts have a limited self life. Due to regular use it gets contaminated with metal parts and dirt, this harms the engine mechanism and needs to be changed. Thus, after the change of the oil it helps in understanding how far the lubricant will work and keep the vehicle mobile.
Wiring, computer, or engine mechanical problem.
no fuel getting to the engine on clio 1.2 8v
You can use regular unleaded, but super unleaded will make it run smoother and keep the engine cleaner. Won't get fuel deposits in the fuel injectors nowhere near as bad as regular. It costs a little more, but you increase performance and some milage, and it keeps your engine cleaner. Along with regular oil changes. Will run forever as long as you keep the oil changed.
To improve or increase performance of a VW Golf V8, the oil should be changed at regular intervals, usually every 3,000 miles. The spark plugs should be changed once a year. The transmission fluid should be changed every 25,000 miles.
That would be a judgment call on what the old belt looked like.
A 'spark ignition ' engine is your regular gasoline engine as opposed to a diesel, which is a 'compression ignition' engine
the master cylinder is whats bad
Yes, you can. It is even sold as a Synthetic Blend.
I recommend just getting a rebuilt engine reinstalled. It will be cheaper. For starts the entire engine harness and computer will have to be changed. The transmission also will probably haveto be changed or adapted to handle the 5.4L. The motor mounts and radiator are different also.
It should last the life of the engine and not need changed.It should last the life of the engine and not need changed.