Car gasoline is the flammable liquid that is used to keep a numorous amount of things going and running and gasoline is mostly used for cars to keep the car going
That would be the inside diameter of the circle created by turning the steering wheel completely left or right.
Its battery could die and the engine would stop running. Or a cable plug could have been unplugged and the car would stop, the only real reason it would do this is that the car would hit a large bump or halt at a sudden stop.
Its not your engine. Its the fan running to cool the engine down. They all do it and nothing is wrong with your car.
What would cause my fan to keep running after turning the car off it is a 2005 kia sorento
Your diesel vehicle might keep running after turning off the key because there is still enough fuel in the system to allow it to idle. In many diesel vehicles, the engine is stopped by choking the fuel.
you can keep warm in a car by turning on the heater of the car
Keep the Car Running was created on 2007-03-19.
It can keep the car, or some accessory in the car from running, depending where the break is.
Water around the outsides of the spark plug may keep the car from running due to poor spark plug wires, but the engine should still turn over.
No. The alternator has to be turning to produce the charging voltage. It only turns when the engine is running.
gravity, and the force down on the car that is turning
Keep the key in the ignition, stupid...
that would be the car turning because the car that had to swerve to avoid it hit another vehicle due to the turning car's failure to yield.