yes it will make bring unmetered oxygen in and the o2 sensors will pick it up and it will run lean
Cold air has more density than hot air.
You can drive a car without an air intake pipe but it may end up pulling hot air in from the engine compartment. This will reduce the engine's overall performance.
When your engine temp gauge goes to red on most cars that is 350 degrees f normal running temp should be between 100 and 210 degrees f high engine temps can cause horrible things to happen to your car truck or SUV ie. blown head gasket cracked head cracked block
Your car just planely hates u dude
because you were ether driving of your car was sitting in the sun of a hot place
if it is the intake manifold YES, exhaust manifold NO.
intake manifold gasket,head gasket,cracked head,cracked block. was it overheated? was cold water added to hot engine?
My 01 deville had a cracked intake boot, between the throttle body and intake manifold, it would only leak when eng was hot.
Depending where it is cracked, yes. A cracked head can also simulate an overheated engine by pushing coolant out of the coolant reservoir.
This can be caused by a cracked head or blown head gasket.
Check for a cracked head or damaged head gasket. If the engine overheated at all when the reservoir was damaged, it could cause serious damage to the engine. A damaged head gasket or cracked head could cause the coolant to blow out of the cooling system even when the engine isn't very warm.
You could have a bad thermostat, a blown head gasket, a cracked head.
Cracked block, cracked head. Why would you do that? Pukenstein@aol.com
The metal disk part of one of the valves (intake or exhaust, usually the exhaust as it is under the most stress in operation) in one of the engine's cylinders has cracked. This allows gasses from the cylinder to escape, causing that cylinder to be "weaker" than the other ones, increasing engine vibration. If the crack is in an exhaust valve (as it usually is), unburned hydrocarbons in the escaping gas will cause the car to fail emissions testing. If the crack is in an intake valve, very hot escaping gas can cause a type of "backfire" in the engine's air intake system.
well, if by fluid u mean coolant than yes. If coolant is leaking, there wont be anything to cool the engine temperature. Replace the cap, there very cheap.