what makes diesel engine run hot under load?

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Answered: Diesel engine sat in water for a few days after bildge pump went out.

Marine engines are intended for corrosive environments (sea water). Usually, it is not that big a hassle as they use galvanized blocks and a bit looser fit in critical parts than one would see on a land-based vehicle. Changing all the fluids is essential: even if it looks like no water got into ...

Answered: Can diesel sludge shut my engine off

Sludge does not pass through fuel lines and produce power, think of mud. It must be liquid.

Answered: Diesel engine problem

this is surprise question, of course not, you can not start your engine without water. because when the engine work, it will produce heat. it need water to cool the cylinder block .

Answered: Can i make diesel fuel from engine waste oil ?

if it is oil it will burn in a powerstroke and i mean a powerstroke sry sick .0 an sick .4 guys these junk engines wont like it . The 1999 7.3 f-350 i have will run on pure filtered waste motor oil. ( no cutting with diesel as long as the temp is above 50 degrees outside) In the winter i ...

Answered: Engine failure

i don't think it would have hurt the engine,if it was immediatley shut down.the second time was the problem.is there a screen to prevent objects from entering the pump,the belt should'nt just break.

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Can i use heating oil in a diesel van.

Depends on your fuel pump. Bosh yes Lucus no. But if you do you must add mineral engine oil Not syn oil. It lubricates your fuel pump. Synthetic oil doesnt burn. Add about 0.7 ltr for every 25ltr of heating fuel

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Volkswagen makes a "TDI" (turbocharged direct injected) diesel in several vehicles. (If you can stand the cost).

Can diesel engines be used for non-transport applications?

Diesel engines can be used for both transport and non-transport applications such as vehicles and generators. These are internal combustion engines with no spark plug. They work once the air or fuel charge is ignited due to heat compression. Due to the heat of the compressed air, an engine’s fuel is ...