Its not your engine. Its the fan running to cool the engine down. They all do it and nothing is wrong with your car.
It sounds like your dizzy cap isn't lined right which causes the engine to stay running after the ignition has been switched off. i had the same problem with my fiesta
If the check engine light is flashing when the engine is running , that indicates that an ignition misfire has been detected
Sounds like the engine heats and the ignition fails.
subaru legacy engine is switched off when stop after drive
Faulty ignition switch.
subaru turbos do that to
A diesel vehicles does not need to be running. A diesel ignition in a Diesel engine comes from compression and not spark.
A 'spark ignition ' engine is your regular gasoline engine as opposed to a diesel, which is a 'compression ignition' engine
If you are parked with the motor running, engage the parking/emergency brake. Turn the ignition off and restart the engine. The daytime running lights should not be on.
If your check engine light is blinking that means an ignition misfire has been detected
No but, the ignition has to be on (KOEO, Key On Engine Off).
If it is a B8 it should charge in the ignition while the engine is running...
mainly leaving your lights on when the engine is of or leaving the keys in the ignition
Engine running hot and cooling fan working to cool it down?
If the engine stops running when the key is released, then the ignition switch is probably bad. The switch will need to be replaced.
Most likely is a bad ignition switch.
A dwell/ tachometer, and a timing light.
An internal combustion engine needs fuel, oxygen, and an ignition source. If any are missing, it would stop running.
Yes, the ignition system starts the car and keeps it running. The starter system only turns the engine over.
There are dozens of sensor that have to do with engine management and ignition all over the engine.There are dozens of sensor that have to do with engine management and ignition all over the engine.
A spark ignition engine is a gasoline engine. A compression ignition is a diesel engine.basic difference between compression and spark ignition engine is ,compression ignition is a diesel engine. spark ignition is a gasoline engine.diesel engines compress the fuel to a point where the fuel explodes, thus giving ignitiongasoline does not compress to explosion, therefore it needs need a spark to ignite the fuelspark ign. is gasoline. comp. ign. is diesel.A compression ignition engine is typically a diesel. It compresses air so much that the heat from the compression is enough to cause the fuel to ignited once injected. A spark ignition engine is your average gasoline-burning car engine. It uses a spark plug to ignite the air/fuel mixture instead of relying on compretssion ignition.A compression ignition engine uses very high compression of the air to heat it self up and the fuel is injected into the cylinder which self ignites (a diesel engine is a compression ignition engine).A spark ignition engine uses a lower compression ratio and requires the use of a spark to ignite the fuel (a petrol engine is a spark ignition engine).Because the oils used for a diesel have a higher calorific value, they have a better fuel economy, They also do not need extra energy usage to keep the engine running, unlike the energy that is lost to power the spark plugs from the generator/alternator which is taken from the useful energy produced by the engine.
Ignition is required for an engine to work. Failure of ignition would prevent the engine working.
I think you have a typographical error in your question. The question I believe is "What is a compression ignition engine?" The answer is:- A diesel engine is a compression ignition engine.
I'd go with Quicksilver.