No. It would cause the coolant and oil to mix and it would look like a Milkshake drain oild and check it.
That would be a mechanic's job.
that would be your engine, it cause your car to die with no way to crank it or anything, that happened to my Jetta once, it jumped time allot.
Brass bushings inside the electric starter motor.
That would be a motorcycle.
check the idle air control motor. Valve may need cleaning
Mineral deposits Or someone shut off a valve OR a washer or other debris blocked the line Or the tank is full and not calling for water
Sounds like your problem is the brake booster valve ...... When the valve goes bad it takes the vacuum away from the motor, and when you apply the brake the motor will stutter and when you pull it into gear it will usually kill the motor unless you are giving it a little more gas than you normally would to keep the motor running. The little valve is located at the booster...it will have a small vacuum hose that comes from the motor to the brake booster valve. The valve just pops into the booster, and can be found at some auto parts store.
I would not expect a valve cover leak to cause a car to stall. A valve cover leak can fill the spark plug area with oil which can cause rough running.
A D&C would not cause blocked fallopian tubes. If you got pregnant, at least one of your tubes was not blocked.
Backfiring in any motor is either badly out of time or a burnt valve.
Worn valve train parts due to high mileage, lack of maintenance, abuse or contaminated motor oil (coolant mixing with oil).
NO it would not.
would a cracked blocked cause a car to bubble antifreeze inside the reservoir of a 97 ford taurus ?
The aortic valve is the largest valve in the heart. As it becomes blocked, the heart is forced to pump harder, leading to extremely dire heart problems, if not treated quickly.
no but it may cause it to stall if exhaust is blocked
The aorta is the largest valve in the heart. It can gradually become blocked due to plaque build up. This can lead to heart failure or heart attack.