The standart norm is 130 decibells. It is said that over this limit the laudness is dangerous. In my opinion it is dangerous even over 100
Usually a product of valve overlap and exhaust. It's basically unburnt fuel coming through and igniting on the hot exhuast tip when it hits the air at the end of the exhaust pipe. In aspirated cars it's large valve overlap which helps scavenging and performance in the top end. Turbo cars, due to the large amounts of fuel at full noise. Normally happens after high RMP then throttle snapped shut.
Lots of things-bad oil pressure, restriction in the oil drain tube on the turbo, excessive crankcase pressure, and a worn turbo can cause turbo smoke.
condensation OR blown head gasket. Is it losing water in the radiator? If so, check the compression.
from condensation from setting overnight,or a cracked head or blown head gasket if U are losing water from the radiator.I no water loss U probably have a very tight exhaust system that nas no leaks-& that's OK.
Yes, she smokes a lot.
Blue smoke = excessive motor oil.
Black smoke = excessive fuel.
White smoke = engine coolant
The answer to this question is probably only when the landlord believes that it is to his economic interest to do so. Now I can't say this is absolutely true for all 50 states, because there are some city jurisdictions that require landlords to paint the rental interior every 3 or 4 years. However, for most readers of this answer, this is the exception to the rule. As far as carpeting is concerned, landlords are required to repair and if that is not feasible, to replace carpet that is worn out and presents a tripping or other hazard to the current tenant. First off, landlords like other businessmen, are in the rental business to make money. So painting and carpet replacement are generally only done when the landlord can gain value. Just because a tenant wants a new paint color or a more fashionable style of carpet-won
The black smoke is usually unburned fuel from the vehicle running too rich. If the check engine light is on you can pull the codes which will give you guidance. O2 sensors are common as well as a variety of ignition & other sensors. Test components before replacing, you can spend a lot of money guessing and throwing parts at the vehicle.
The tail pipe is part of the exhaust system.
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As always, if you are in doubt about what to do, the best advice anyone should give you is to call a licensed electrician to advise what work is needed.
Before you do any work yourself,
on electrical circuits, equipment or appliances,
always use a test meter to ensure the circuit is, in fact, de-energized.
IF YOU ARE NOT ALREADY SURE YOU CAN DO THIS JOB
SAFELY AND COMPETENTLY
REFER THIS WORK TO QUALIFIED PROFESSIONALS.
What you are probably hearing is the flame, it is normal for the burner to make a whooshing noise while it is on. If the dryer is making a squeaking noise then it probably needs a belt or bearings.
This is possible, but unlikely. Diesel engines detonate fuel using pressure and temperature, rather than with an artificial spark. This process operates with excessive oxygen, ensuring a much more complete combustion than what is typical in a gasoline engine. Typically, diesel exhaust contains some carbon monoxide, but the amounts are very minimal and not fatal for an otherwise healthy person. The author of this answer used to work as an over-the-road truck driver, and once had an experience where a neighboring truck was basically pumping diesel fumes straight into the sleeper vent all night. The inside of the sleeper was all hazy and the diesel odor was extremely strong, but it did not cause any health problems beyond teary eyes. It is completely possible to get carbon monoxide poisoning from a diesel engine in a road tractor. Contributing factors such as weather, temperature, and engine condition can greatly affect the chance of carbon monoxide poisoning. A good example of this is that a driver in a truck with an exhaust problem when it is cold and raining is at greater risk than the same person in the same truck on a sunny day. The reason for this is the barometric pressure holds the carbon monoxide closer to the ground and allows it to enter the truck.
Yes, gunite must be soaked prior to new pool construction. The pneumatic application of gunite, a type of concrete, can have a high water content and a lower strength. The gunite's density and strength can be increased by soaking it in water for several days, making it more durable and less likely to crack. This cycle likewise assists with guaranteeing that the pool structure is steady and ready to endure the strain of the water that will be added to it. As a result, soaking gunite is an essential step in building a new pool.
Yes, if you can imagine using a magnifying glass in the sun, or rubbing 2 sticks together or even hot brakes on a truck. All of these scenarios involve smoke before fire.
Sounds like the rear caliper or brake piston is not releasing all the way. I would replace this and the rear brakes. It has possibly warped the drum or disk depending on if you have disk brakes or drum in the rear. Good luck.
http://www.autozone.com/servlet/UiBroker?UseCase=S001&UserAction=viewSimpleDiagInfo&Parameters=info sounds like u need a complete new exhaust on your vehicle
No it increases your horse power and fuel
Black smoke from the exhaust it a symptom of an overly rich fuel/air mixture. Have this repaired or it will destroy your O2 sensor and catalytic converter.
The first thing to look for is around the exhaust manifold area.This is where many exaust leaks start for different reasons.The area of the the leak is going to be usually a black color because of the of carbon residue left from the burning of fuel.This will be the tell tale sign of the leak.the exhaust manifold usually leads to a down tube that either goes into a pipe that that goes back to a catylitac converter or to a flex pipe(it usually looks like a braided steel hose.These pieces are bad for rusting out.That's the problem im having now.front wheel drives are different than rear wheel drives,because of that flex pipe,fwd have that and rwd don't.Rwd use a donought from the exhaust manifold to the pipe,where as fwds use that flex hose.Now in a rwd car that donought can and will be damged or rust out,just like the areas where the flex tube is on a fwd do.these areas are usually bolted together with a clamp of some sorts so those are the the areas you should look first.
That's probably unburned fuel. The "check engine" light usually means you've got a problem with the engine emission controls. It's probably a faulty sensor or valve. I'd suggest taking it to a dealership to have the engine "scoped".
not really......you can have the 350 heads reworked for better performance. Besides, the 327 heads do not have the mounting holes for the alt. and other stuff that mounts to the front of the heads I tryed this on a race motor I built. The heads were just too small. ANSWER You can go to after market ex: Dart or whatever u want, have the cc you want for compression, valve size that u want ex: 202 intake, ported and polished. You will get top performance this way. Match the heads to the engine.