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When turning A.C on the motor revolutions go down and the car turns off

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Un-hook the air duct at the throttle body clean the throttle body throat area with carb spray open the flap and clean around it good this should take care of problem

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Yes, it IS normal for a powerstroke diesel to require more revolutions of the motor to fire than for any gasoline engine. Combustion in gasoline engines is stimulated by spark plugs and many gasoline engines will start with little turning of the motor past the position where the ignition timing creates the spark and combustion occurs. Combustion forces the engine to continue rotating and combustion in that and other cylinders becomes a perpetual event. A Powerstroke Diesel engine requires more revolutions and speed of revolutions to create the heat necessary to cause the diesel/air mixture to combust. ALSO, the diesel is injected into the combustion chamber, at high pressure, by the injectors. The injectors are electronically controlled and the Fuel Control Module (computer) (also known as the Injector Control Module or ICM) tells each injector exactly when to open and inject diesel into the combustion chamber, as well as for how many milliseconds it stays open (how much fuel will be delivered). Summary, a powerstroke diesel will only begin the perpetual combustion process when the motor is turning fast enough and the pistons are compressing the volume of the cylinder into the tight space of the combustion chamber rapidly enough to create enough heat for the fuel to ignite and begin creating power to turn the motor without the aid of the starter. IN ADDITION, a Powerstroke will NOT start at all with weak batteries. Not only does the motor need to revolve rapidly in order to start, the injectors require a MINIMUM voltage of MORE THAN 12 volts in order to activate (open). The exact amount of voltage required can be different, depending on the Fuel Control Module (FCM) or "Injector Control Module" (ICM) type that is installed. (Note; terminology for the FCM / ICM tend to depend on who you are talking to, what resource you are reading, etc. They are the same thing.) If batteries are weak, the starter uses enough amps to drag the voltage down and, even though the starter turns the motor fast enough that any gasoline motor would fire right up, the ICM will never send the signal to the injectors for them to activate so, the cylinders never get any fuel and the motor never fires. I hope that helps. Yes, a 7.3L diesel will normally need to turn with the starter for longer than your gasoline fueled V10.

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Rebuils 4M40 motor now do not turn manually, still turned full revolution before head was installed. now that the head is on, it does not want to turn full revolution.


The cam shaft and crank shaft are not in the correct positions and the pistons are hitting the valves. Make sure that the mechanical timing is set correctly. If it is then there is something that fell into a cylinder when it was being assembled,

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Engine turns over fine, but sometimes it just won't start, other times it starts right away on the first revolution. G. Molnar


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Sounds like u have a starter motor problem! You have to go to ur favorite mechanic and have the starter assembly pull and check the carbon brush, I bet its already worn down and needs to be replace!
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1995 Isuzu 5500 box truck 6 cyl diesel. truck overheated and water&coolant ended up in the oil pan and the motor ended up locking down. Can only spin fly wheel 1/2 to 3/4 revolution besides changing...


The connecting rods are probably frozen to the crank from overheating or the bearings are frozen. Pull the oil pan off and inspect the connecting rod bearings for a blueish coloring which is a sign they overheated. If they are you'll need to replace them all and have the crank and connecting rods turned.

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To begin with, if you are revving a cold engine to 6000 RPM, you are asking for a blown engine. Most OBD vehicles are equipped with a rev limiter that will cut off fuel at 3000 to 4000 rpm to prevent you from over-revving your engine and blowing it up. If yours is revving to 6000 RPM cold, then the rev limiter, for some reason is not working while it is cold. I have no explaination for this. The best thing I can tell you is to stop revving your engine so high when it is cold unless you really want to see what an engine looks like after is has gone off like a grenade.

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2003 Toyota Corolla, 125k mi. Slammed on the brakes one day and now the engine "clicks" every 4th revolution. Any ideas?


You can't tell thousands of revolutions,let a lone 4. Do you mean every four turns of the wheels? The engine should be okey. Check for a broken motor mount and then look over the brakes.

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The motor acts like it is stuck. it has new batteries and new starter, changed the oil, new fuel filter, and when i turn the key the motor turned over about 2 revolutions and now it just wont turn anymore....


The first thing i would do is try turning over the engine by hand making sure the engine itself is not seized. if it turns over by hand check to make sure your getting 12 volts down at the starter. sometimes starter cable gets corroded causing slow or even no start. if thats good, check to make sure you have a good ground from your batteries to your engine. your starter gets its ground from its case which is mounted to the engine. if the engine isnt grounded you wont have a complete circuit.

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