The most common cause of, mechanical problems is; abnormal combustion, heat and improper engine lubrication.

Because, any one or combination, can result in, metal on metal contact.

The cause of oil starvation, is usually a faulty oil pump. But, can also be, just high mileage wear and tear.

So, mechanical problems, are a common side affect, of engine overheating. If this happens it can cause, several parts to fail, including engine failure. Consequently, overheating often occurs, due engine coolant leaks. Furthermore, overheating can cause; blown head gaskets, cracked blocks and other mechanical problems.

So, abnormal combustion, will produce; excess heat and pressure, within the combustion chamber. This means that fuel will be combusting, when it should not be. Often causing, a loud knocking noise. So, the most common reason detonation occurs is; the failure of the, exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) system. Consequently, this system is, what ensures a proper air/fuel mixture.


Choose Your Mechanical Problems Help Topic Below

Valve Lash – Getting All The Facts For Setting And Adjustment

Mechanical Fuel Pumps – Basic Information And Troubleshooting

Low Compression Causing Engine Misfires – Is It A Mechanical Malfunction

Valve Lifters – Hydraulic And Mechanical – What Is The Difference

Mechanical Engine Misfires – What Are They – How To Find Them

Engine Damage – Look For Gradual Deterioration Before It’s Too Late

Engine Compression – What Can Cause Low Or No Engine Compression

Knocking Ticking Noise – Is This The End Of Your Engine ?

Hydro-locked Engine – What Is It – What Damage Can It Do

Sticking Valves From Carbon Deposits – What Should You Do

Valves And Piston Rings – Functions – Failure Warning Signs – Testing

Pushrods On G.M. 3.1-3.4 Engines – This Is Still Going On !!!

Flex-plate – What Does It Do ? – What Happens When It Fails

Crankshaft Damage – Diesel Engines Are Way More Prone To Damage

Rocker Arms Dislodging – Along With Valve Seats Falling Out

Automatic Belt Tensioner – Function – Failure Symptoms – Tensioner Testing


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