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
most snapped timing belts will in most cases cause engine damage,the only exception would be a freewheeling engine were valve to piston contact would be minimal an interference type engine would cause damage.
Diesel fuel or coolant entering the crankcase. Either will cause serious engine damage. Stop driving the truck until you can have this repaired.
I would recommend not running the engine until the fuel is drained. Any amount of petrol/gasoline in a diesel can cause engine or fuel system damage.
If the converter is partially clogged it can cause the engine to overheat which can cause serious problems. Other than that if will not harm the engine.
If it is high enough to be splashed by the crankshaft it would foam up. That would cause a lack of oil pressure and engine damage.
Internal engine damage.
no the higher milage or higher rpms can cause the head bolts to stretch which would cause it to blow
not yes it can and can sends bugs and viruses to your computer but take the chance cause this is rare to happen
The speed of a car such as this would be limited, ensuring that the engine does not get damaged. If the speed were too high, the internal forces and hear would be enough to cause permanent damage to the engine.
YES!!!!!YOU SHOULD NEVER RUN A VEHICLE ON ETHANOL THAT DOES NOT SUPPORT IT (HAS A FlexFuel LOGO ON IT!)THIS WILL CAUSE EXTREME DAMAGE TO YOUR ENGINE!
Head gasket failing The most common cause is a blown head gasket. Stop driving the car as severe engine damage will occur.