it must have gotten sucked in through the carburetor. a deep puddle could cause a large splash of water and some amount of that water must have gone into the air cleaner and got sucked into the motor that way.
Click on the puddle and press "mop up puddle"
>for gasoline fed engine. it is possible that water came in contact with high tension wires/ignition coil, and other electrical parts supplying to the ignition. >another is , it is possible water is sucked inside to the engine by passing through the air filter. >another is when water level outside is above the height of the exhaust pipe, to prevent engine from stalling in this situation is only to increase RPM, engine rev.
you have a stuck valve
why the engine light of my subaru came on after i washed the engine
A dog was walking through the forest when all of a sudden, he came across a lion. The lion wanted to eat the dog but it began to rain. The dog then looked at his reflection in a puddle and came up with an idea. He said to the lion "look into the puddles, and you will see all the lions who have been captured by dogs." The dog pointed to the puddle and exclaimed, "this is a prison for lions." As the dog showed the lion puddle after puddle, the lion decided it would be best just to leave the dog alone. The lion walked away hungry and the dog survived thanks to his quick thinking.
They came with a 2.2 litre 140hp engine from 1995-1997 and came with a 2.3 litre 150hp engine in 1998
Snow can disappear without leaving a puddle because when the snow melts it evaporates into the air..when something evaporates that means like it goes back to the clouds where it came from...like an example would be ...have you ever seen steam coming out of a pot while you were boiling water? that smokey looking stuff is the same as evaporation...such as when the bottom of the pot gets hot the water on the top begins to evaporate it is the samr as with snow say if the snow hit the cement or sand if either the sand or sidewalk was hot and or warm then the snow or water will evaporate but if it is cold (or the water is not boiling:)) then it will stay still and take longer to evaporate that is why most of the time snow will leave no puddle..............also sorry for such a long text
i HAVE AN ENGINE IN MY 1963 FORD TRUCK. iT'S NOT THE ORIGINAL ENGINE,i KNOW IT CAME FROM A 1978 . HOW CAN I FIND OUT WHAT KIND OF 78 IT CAME OUT OF?
It may well be that some of the water that was thrown up has gone onto a sensor, causing it to think that something is wrong and therefore triggering the check engine light. If that's the case it should dry off if you leave the car running for a while or drive it around (assuming it's driving without any problems.) Once the sensor dries and it's happy there isn't a fault, the light should go off. If it doesn't, or the car shows any other symptoms you're concerned with, take it to an expert.
The gasoline engine came first. The gasoline engine was invented and patented in 1823 with the first efficient gasoline engine developed in 1876. The diesel was invented in 1893 which was 70 years after the gasoline engine.
the dog and the lion maranao fable