It will physically fit as many diesel engines share the same blocks, but the gear ratios will be unsuitable, due to the reduced effective rev range of a diesel compared to the petrol engine. In short, will probably fit, won't work
Not enough that you would ever notice.
First thing to have checked is your battery! See if it is fully charged and holding a charge. Check simple things before moving to more difficult. Check your glow plugs ie( heating plug) weather its working or not if it fails u 'll face this problem. u can check with battery and a wire with passing the current. if the spark is produced in glow plug it works or it does not . any quires let me know
The fuel pump relay on a 1991 Subaru Loyale is located on the driver's side of the engine compartment. It is part of a bank of relay switches on the fender wall and right next to the Self Test Connector which is the last location on the far right.
Usually, the line feeding the recepticle has a collar that simply slips back away from the recepticle (You may have to push the line forward and then pull back on the collar.) Then it should release.
I very recently did this so have done a lot of research - my car is still outside waiting for me to put it right. It all seems to depend on who you ask. Many people will tell you that you need to drain the whole system etc etc. However, I have asked a few mechanics and it all depends upon how much petrol you have added. I am told that in cold countries drivers add petrol to diesel to prevent waxing - as long as it is less than 10% petrol to diesel it is OK. I put 7 litres of petrol in a diesel engine. The AA told me I had to have it drained completely, flushed and bled. I could not afford all this so topped it up with diesel and drove it home (about 2 K). Local mechanics told me to dilute it as much as pos and drive it but keep diluting it. I am not taking any chances. i am going to syphon off as much of the petrol and diesel mix as possible and fill it with pure diesel thereby avoiding the very large garage fees involved in drainage, flushing and bleeding. If people add a 10% mix i am sure I can get it down to less than this and it will be OK. I am sorry this is not a more informed answer but after asking a lot of people it is the best I can come up with. Best of luck.
The sender is in the tank and something is wrong with it. It probably needs a new sending unit.
Not for sure, but on my 94 Accord it is located under the driver side dash. use this website (http://autorepair.about.com/cs/doityourself/l/bl_hmr_1.htm) to get an idea what you are looking for and how to get there. The article is very informative but was off on the actual location on my vehicle. Mainly use the photos and look hard under the dash for a similar relay. Also when you find don't bother with trying to buy a new one just open up the relay and resolder any brocken joints, usually just the solder on the main blades is broken. That will fix it.
Most vehicles these days make it impossible to run a syphon hose down the filler neck so, when I have to drain a fuel tank (for whatever reason) I disconnect the filler tube from the tank and go directly into the tank with the syphon hose.
A dirty air filter will cause a lost of power, also a clogged fuel filter will - Yes there are timing marks - but they are on the injector pump & usally don't change unless the hold down is lose. A good injector cleaner is a good idea to use when you fill-up.
It is relay 18 in the Engine Compartment Fuse Block. Page 6-59 in the owners manual.
This requires a set of special cam hold-down tools for holding the cams in place and the cam sprockets while removing the sprocket bolts. The procedure is quite extensive. Take a look here for a detailed walkthrough with pictures. http://www.60degreev6.com/modules.php?op=modload&name=DOHC&file=index&req=viewarticle&artid=12&page=1 For stock timing you must use the cam hold-down tools to keep the flats on top of each pair of cams parallel to each other. Done one side, turn the engine 360 degrees, then do the other side, so that the left side cams will have the flats facing up while the right side cams have the flats facing down. Good luck!
The best answer is to follow the recommendations for maintenance in your particular car's owner's manual. A rule of thumb is every 30,000 miles for standard plugs and 60,000 for platinum or other precious metal plugs.
Don't forget the ignition system's secondary wiring. Worn plugs and damaged wires can cause ignition coils and other ignition components to fail prematurely.
The 96'-98' vortec 350 has 8 fuel injectors that are contained inside the intake manifold. the vortec uses whats called csfi which is called central sequential fuel injection it has 8 electronic fuel injectors and 8 mechanical ones thesa are the ones that deliver the fuel.
Turn the ignition on and see if you hear a humming coming from the pump. If it is inside the fuel tank, you can hear it from the back seat.
on the 87 Plymouth reliant the power control moduel controls the fuel pump the fuel injector tip it is located beside the battrey on the finder and the air breather is hooked to it if putting a little fuel into fuel body and car runs until fuel is gone its most likely the pcm it fixed mine
i had a faulty diesel injector on my 2.4jtd it had done 110000 miles.
the faults on a diesel are it sounds like a tractor as most new deisels run quite quiet, the engine shakes like mad, very bad mpg, unburned diesel smoke out exhaust when the injector fails and sometimes no fault will regester on the comp when hooked up. mine did not took months to find what was at fault. i also advise to clean egr valve out on routine every 6 months as they are bad for sooting and sticking open.
im not sure the fault on petrol cars but im sure it will also have a missfiring problem and unspent fuel out of exhaust and lack of mpg.
listen for a clacking noise like the piece of plastic u used to put on ur back wheel of ur push bike. mine sounded like a more intense version than that. ford mondeo's are prone to injector faults in there deisels.
running cars on low dirty fuel is a major cause of these problems.
i would say to anyone put injector cleaner in and run high revs aslong as it does not sound too badly damaged it could just be a blocked injector and new injectors are not exactly cheap. mine cost £300 then the labour cost of fitting it
hope this helps for any unlucky people who have this fault.
If you are lucky the engine stalls. If you are unlucky the gasoline detonates, bending rods, blowing head gaskets, breaking pistons, etc. The injection system may also suffer.
The average price of a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline in 2007 was $2.80
To fully understand this is to know the term Supply and demand ... Supply and demand is when you have a lot of one thing and there's not a lot around like oil, gold or sliver etc ... the more people want the oil compounded by that lack of it will raise the price of it ...
For the most part, our gas prices do not follow any sort of documented pattern. While it has been great watching prices plummet over these past couple of months, this has less to do with demand, or supply because OPEC is a protected cartel. They set the price and we pay it, or go without gas. The problem, however, is when they keep the price high people start talking about alternative sources of energy ect, like we saw during the election. This is bad for them because they rely on our dependency for oil. Consequently they begin to lower the price, but that's not to say they won't raise it again once they feel our memories have been erased, ect.
Gas prices effect families because as gas prices go up the economy is going down. This causes job losses no businesses and you may even have to give up some of your freedom to help your families.