Is there a recall on the 2000 5.3 engine due to piston slap?
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Why would a 2000 Expedition 4wd XLT with 62K miles have a Service Engine light on and feel like it has a non-firing piston?
%DETAILS%. Answer . you probably have a coil pack assy. that is breaking down.have a place scan the computer, you should have a p0301-p0308.the last number is the cylinder that is missing.a coil pack and spark plug should fix it..
Answer . \nEach cylinder has it's own ignition coil on the 5.3. The coil is mounted on the valve cover in line with the spark plug and wire for each cylinder. Voltage ultimately comes to the coils from the PCM through the cam shaft timing sensor.
Is any bodys 2000 Suburban 5.3 liter engine had internal leakage and overheated and had to replace engine with less then 96000 miles on engine?
Answer . Usually "internal leakage" is caused by overheating the engine (low coolant, bad thermostat, broken hoses) and continuing to drive the engine. The head(s) warp, causing the gasket to fail, or the heads or block can crack if it gets hot enough. After that, the engine will have internal l…eaking and there isn't anything you can do about it short of a rebuild. (MORE)
Block plug . It is above the starter, you will need to move the starter over then you can see the Allen key bolt head. Undo this and watch out for the flood of coolent!
I`M HAVING A HARD TIME REMOVING SPARK PLUG WIRES ON MY 2002 CHEVY SILVERADO 2500 6.0. ANY TIPS?
Answer . There is a real nice yet little known test for piston slap I'll pass along. Some test results can be mixed or ambiguous but this one is 100% and I've never seen it wrong after using it for the last 10 years. . When the engine is cold, the aluminum piston is small in comparison to it's… iron cylinder. Therefore the rather hollow slapping noise will be loudest first thing in the morning. After the engine warms up, the aluminum piston heats up faster than it's iron cylinder, cutting down on the excessive clearance between the piston and cylinder wall. . So, the test is this: . First thing in the morning, start the engine up and run it for 15 seconds while you listen carefully and memorize the sound and it's intensity. Shut it down quickly, pull the spark plugs and put two squirts of motor oil into each cylinder. Reinstall the plugs, fire the engine up again and listen. . If you have piston slap the noise will have been greatly reduced or even eliminatedâ¦..for 15 or 20 seconds that is, and then your nightmare noise will come back like a Marine Corps marching band coming toward you in the parade. . Thanks to Dave... from. http://remanufactured-engines.com/page5.htm (MORE)
The cid for a 5.3 litre engine is 323.7 cu. in. . Convert litre to gallons, gallons to cu.ft., cu. ft. to cu. in. . 1 litre =.264172 Gallons . 1 gallon = .13378 cu. ft. . 1 cu. ft. = 1728 cu in. . 1 litre =.264172 x .13378 x 1728 = 323.7 cu.in.
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No, the LS2 is an all aluminum 6.0 liter engine.. The 5.3L engine in the 2000 Silverado is an LM7 version of the Vortec 5300.
Why is a 2000 silverado 5.3 Vortec hard to start and the passenger side of the engine misses when it is started?
A 2000 Silverado 5.3 Vortec that is hard to start and misses on oneside of the engine might have a problem with the coil pack or thespark plugs. It could also mean that the block is cracked if theengine is prone to overheating.
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piston slap is when the piston inside the cylinder is somewhat smaller than the cylinder bore. when the piston moves up and down, it ends up moving side to side too. this causes a knocking/slapping sound as the piston slams into the cylinder walls. this can cause harm if the play between the pist…on and bore are significant, otherwise it's nothing to worry about. if the car is hammering you might want to take it to a garage. Piston slap is the piston lose is the cylinder and it is making a rattling noise. Hope this helps. (MORE)
you need to have the car's computer scanned to see what codes are making the service engine soon light appear.
A bent engine piston is a reference to the piston rod. The pistoncannot be bent, but the piston rod can be bent.
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Price out a short block it is quicker and probably the best way out of your situation!!. If you ever get a short block for anything.....always pull the pan and retorque the rods and mains before installing it!!!!
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The only way to fix piston slap is to replace them. Some oiladditives will quiet them down some, there are several brandsavailable.
Yes, steam engines do have pistons and valves. The piston valve is shaped like a piston hence its name. It used to control the flow of live (boiler) steam into the cylinder and the flow of exhaust steam out of the cylinder.
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It depends on the type of car u're looking at but generally they are Aluminum and Silicon. Or cast iron.
It is on the back side of the oil pan on the drivers side. Look for the lowest point of the oil pan and you will see it.
The 2000 Chevrolet Z71 5.3 liter engine has a standard horsepowerrating of 235 horsepower. The engine had options to increase thehorsepower to is much as 365 horsepower.
ur timings off the blocks timing doesnt match ur heads timing so the valves open up as the piston comes up and hits the valve
0 . A Rotary Engine does not have any pistons. The rotary engine is an early type of combustion engine. There is no particular quantity of pistons to a rotary engine, but usually an odd number. The type of engine known as the Wankel engine and sometimes known as a rotary engine has no pistons, but… has one rotor per combustion chamber. (MORE)
Standing in the front of the engine : It will be screewed into the top of the left rear top side of the engine. Its about 3 to 4 inches long with an electrical wire pluged into the end of it. You will have to climb up and lean over the top left side of the engine to see it.
about 12 quarts total,but that would include draining the block...about 8 quarts in the rad and jug
You will have to climb up and lean over the top of the engine to see it. It is on the top right rear corner of the engine right beside the corner of the intake. It is about 3 inches long and has an electric wire pluged into the end of it.
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In the case of a single cylinder engine it would require a LARGE flywheel, so that rotary momentum is maintained. In the case of a multi-cylinder engine there are multiple firings of individual cylinders in 360 degrees of crankshaft rotation. Each cylinder as it fires helps the crankshaft maintain r…otary momentum, thus a lighter flywheel is required. (MORE)
Technically 5.3 Liters is 323.425844 cubic inches. But these figures that the manufactures release are never that technically accurate. They always round the figure off for simplicity or to avoid confusion. A 5.3 liter GM engine is actually 5328 cc which is 325.1 cubic inches . The 5.7 Liter GM is …actually 5,733 cc which translates to 349.8 cubic inches which we all know as the 350. Another comparison is the 5.0 Liter Ford V8 which is actually 4942cc which translates to 4.94200 Liters. Ford called it a 5.0 to avoid confusion because they already had a 4.9 liter inline 6 cylinder which was 300 cubic inches. (MORE)
Drivers side head from front to rear are cylinders 1-3-5-7 The other head is front to rear 2-4-6-8 Firing order is 1-8-7-2-6-5-4-3
need to be more specific on what kind of small engine to give you exact information on how to pull the piston. . . but generally you just need to pull the head and cylinder off. . . the remove the wrist pin that holds the piston to the piston rod and your piston will come out. . . now getting the ne…w one back is is going to be a different story :) . . . you are going to have to stagger the ring gaps to make sure you are holding compression . . . basically just make sure none of the ring gaps on your piston rings line up when you put the new piston back in and oil your cylinder pretty good too helps with putting it in and with breaking in the new piston. (MORE)
Key on engine off : 55 to 62 LBS. NO HIGHER OR LOWER. Or you will have starting and running problems.
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the company that messed it up in the first place to where it had to be recalled. think about it, if you make a mistake, who gets punished?
1. The Intake Stroke The cycle begins with the piston at top center; as the crankshaft pulls the piston downward, a partial vacuum is created in the cylinder chamber. The cam arrangement has opened the intake valve, and the vacuum causes a mixture of fuel and air to be drawn into the cylinder. 2…. & 3. Compression and Ignition Stroke As the crankshaft drives the piston upward in the cylinder, the fuel and air mixture is compressed. The intake valve has closed, of course, as this upward stroke begins. As the compression stroke is completed and just before the piston reaches its top position, the compressed mixture is ignited by the spark plug. 4. Power Stroke The very hot gases expand with tremendous force, driving the piston down and turning the crankshaft. The valves are closed during this stroke also. 5. Exhaust Stroke On the second upward (or outward, according to the direction the unit is pointed) stroke, the exhaust valve is opened and the burned gases are forced out by the piston. At the moment the piston completes the exhaust stroke, the cycle is started again by the intake stroke. Each piston within the engine must make four strokes to complete one cycle, and this complete cycle occurs hundreds of times per minute as the engine runs. The overall principles of reciprocating-engine operation are easy to understand if you remember what happens with each stroke that the piston makes. For this reason, you may find the chart in Table 6-3 helpful. . Table 6-3 . Direction of Movement. Event (what happens). 1.. Inward (Down). Intake. 2.. Outward (Up). Compression and Ignition. 3.. Inward (Down). Power. 4.. Outward (Up). Exhaust. Reciprocating-Engine Horsepower. Most persons are acquainted with the term horsepower as applied to automobile and aircraft reciprocating engines. The term was coined by James Watt, the inventor of the steam engine, who wished to evaluate the power output of his steam engine. Watt hitched a horse to an apparatus and determined that the horse could lift 550 pounds one foot in one second. Thus, one horsepower became the power to lift 550 pounds one foot per second, or 33,000 foot-pounds per minute (550 x 60). If an aircraft reciprocating engine is rated at 150 horsepower, it means the engine is capable of producing this much power. However, the engine has to be running at a certain speed before that much power is produced. The same is true for all other types of reciprocating engines. (MORE)
Find the upper radiator hose follow that and the where the hose meets the motor remove the bolts the thermostat is under the housing.
There is only one piston in Tractor.It is on the engine,which is on the front side.
look on the left thingy and push down the thingy majig and swap it with the tweeker and there is the choke NEW ANSWER: There is no choke on fuel injected engines. Chevy quite using chokes back in the late 80s.
Why does my 2000 Chevy Tahoe with 5.3 engine show its overheating only when you pull a trailer an usually when you get over 55mph?
Sounds like a stopped up radiator. Do this to check it. Drive it about 4 to 5 miles and then bring it back home and turn it off. Open the hood and take your hand and reach inside of the fan shroud and lay your hand on the radiator at the top and slide your hand down the radiator to the bottom. If th…e radiator feels COLD at the top or the bottom then replace the radiator. But first I would replace the thermostat and gasket. I changed the thermostat. It does not overheat unless pulling a trailer. I put a new transmission cooler on and that didnt help either. Like I said, Did you check the radiator with your hand ? You may also have a radiator HOSE that might be sucking closed when under a load. Check hoses and make sure there not TO soft. (MORE)
Isolate the combustion chamber above the piston from the crankcase below the piston, so that the pressure does not blow-by the piston into the crankcase. Also they ensure an even spreading of crankcase oil along the walls of the cylinder to prevent wear. They also provide improved thermal contact fr…om the piston to the cylinder walls, which are cooled by the cooling system. (MORE)
The term rotary piston engine can have several meanings: . Rotary engine, the piston engine that rotates in operation, as used on World War I fighter aircraft . Pistonless rotary engine, the engines which use rotors or rotary pistons instead of conventional reciprocating pistons
An engine has one piston for each cylinder, so a V8 will have eight pistons. An engine has one piston for each cylinder, so a V8 will have eight pistons.
There are many types of engines, including many different piston-style engines. Most piston engines are 4 stroke, which means intake, compression, ignition, and exhaust each have their own stroke. 2-stroke piston engines are more complicated, and I'm sorry you'll have to do your own research on them…. Diesel, propane, gasoline, and even alcohol can power piston engines. It all depends on the engine's use. Cars are mostly gasoline powered, except some foreign ones from the 1980s and 1990s, such as the 1980 Volkswagen Rabbit. They were diesel powered, which is more efficient than gas. Big trucks, tractors, and everything like that are usually diesel, unless they're really old. Most oversized pickup trucks nowadays are diesel to satisfy male egos. :P And things like forklifts are usually propane powered. Monster trucks are alcohol powered, but mind you: it's not the kind of alcohol you would want to drink. And piston arrangements can come in all shapes and sizes, from inlines to V patterns. Inline 4 cylinder engines are common, as are larger V6 and V8s. Older vehicles such as the Packard 8 or Toyota FJ cruiser (1970s) saw such engine arrangements as inline 8s and inline 6 cylinders. You can even find flat arrangements like flat 4s and stuff, but those are uncommon. And small, gas powered planes have neat rotary engines where the pistons circle around the crankshaft. (MORE)
NO! piston slapping is caused with the piston is to small for thecylinder wall and is smashing into the cylinder wall. this coulddamage or ruin your engine if you take care of it right away,especially a race car.
A piston is attached to a piston rod in a combustion engine. It compresses the air in the cylinder block and that air ignites when fuel is injected into the block, giving the car power.
Piston engines vary from little 1 cylinder engines that power a weed trimmer or leaf blower to HUGE 12-18 cylinder engines that power a large ship or a railroad train. There is no one answer to your question. A piston engine can weigh a few ounces to many tons.