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Internal Combustion Engine. Most engines in road going vehicles are 4-cycle internal combustion gasoline engines.

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The reason is diesel can burn after compression or alone. This feature is absent in the case of kerosene. So, this is the best possible reason of not using kerosene as a fuel. Lubricity is definitely …
answered May 17 '17 by MightyV8Engine
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What happens when I fill diesel in a petrol engine. I know what happens when I put petrol in a diesel engine but not the other way. Could you please explain that to me? …
asked May 17 '17 by MightyV8Engine
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filling in old or dirty diesel rather petrol your emissions are higher rated and your particle filter suffer from this, so maybe it blocks up the fuel and your engine stops. To mend those issues, you … need more money to fix it than to buy a high-quality propellant. I can understand, if your car or rather your engine is thirsty, the fuel should be quite cheap. But think on the health of your car and …
answered May 17 '17 by MightyV8Engine
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Check the battery, maybe some cables which should be connected to the sparkplugs aren't. Check the alternator, maybe it is not restoring enough power for both banks. A friend of mine had the same prob …
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As far as I know, this chevy needs a very big amount of oil, because it burns oil to labricate the piston. The point is your Chevy needs a full can per week, check the temperature of your engine. If … your engine is too hot, it needs a very big amount of oil and cooling liquid. Check your radiator, maybe it's broken! A friend of mine had the same codes as you, the point is the cover from his air …
answered May 17 '17 by MightyV8Engine