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HOW TO DIAGNOSE FUEL PUMP PROBLEMS

FUEL PUMP
DIAGNOSING FUEL PUMP PROBLEMS If the fuel pump is not delivering adequate fuel pressure and volume to the engine, the engine may not start or run properly. Low fuel pressure can cause hard starting, a rough idle, misfiring, hesitation and stalling. No fuel pressure will prevent the en
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WHY YOUR ENGINE WON’T CRANK OR START

What To Do When Your Car Won’t Start Every engine requires four basic ingredients to start: sufficient cranking speed, good compression, adequate ignition voltage (with correct timing) and fuel (a relatively rich air/fuel mixture initially). So if your car fails to start, you ca
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ENGINE FAILURE DUE TO MISASSEMBLY

So far so good we have discussed three cause of engine failure and now lets look at the fourth cause which is engine failure due to misassembly.You can probably ignore misassembly as a factor in a high mileage engine failure. But in a newly rebuilt engine or a low mileage failure, it
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ENGINE FAILURE CAUSED BY DETONATION

Another major cause of engine failure is by detonation,piston detonation damage Detonation (Spark Knock ) is a form of abnormal combustion that results from too much heat and pressure in the combustion chamber. The fuel ignites spontaneously causing a sudden rise in cylinder pressure.
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ENGINE FAILURE CAUSED BY LUBRICATION PROBLEMS

In the previous post we started the discussion on engine failure in which under the various listed causes of engine failure we talked about engine failure by overheating() and another factor that can cause engine failure is by lubrication, if your car is deficient of lubricant as at w
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ENGINE FAILURE

An engine failure is always bad news. Aside from the fact that it consumes most of your precious time, it also forces you to make a painful financial decision. If the cost to repair, overhaul or replace the engine is more than the resale value of your car or truck, the investment may
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