There is no one answer to this question as it depends on a variety of factors, including the make and model of the car, the size and composition of the fuel tank, and the condition of the road surface. However, some common causes of car explosions include faulty wiring, engine problems, and improperly inflated tires.
There are a few things that can blow a car engine, including airbags, cigarettes, and rocks.
Yes, you can blow an engine up. However, doing so is a very dangerous and often fatal activity.
Yes, a car can suddenly blow up. It is usually caused by a faulty fuel pump or air filter.
There are a few ways to burn your car without getting caught. One way is to use a lighter. Another way is to use a gas stove.
The car catches on fire because the fuel is too hot to touch and it starts burning.
The average engine will last around 8,500 miles with blow by.
There are a few ways to test if you have blown your engine. One way is to drive the car around and see if it makes any noise. Another way is to take it to a mechanic and have it checked out.
There are many reasons why engine damage can happen.
No, a car will not start with a thrown rod.
A blown V8 is a engine that has too much air in the cylinders. This causes the air to be forced up into the engine and out of the pistons, which results in a power loss.
The value of a car with a blown engine can vary depending on the make and model of the car, but typically it will be around $10,000.
If you put bleach in your gas tank, it will make the gas smell bad and make your engine run a little bit slower.
The best way to start a fire in a car is to place the lighter on the fuel, and then use the flame to start the fuel.
There is no definitive answer to this question as the answer depends on the particular vehicle and its individual safety features. However, some vehicles that are known to catch on fire the most include cars with faulty wiring, cars with high speed tires, and cars with faulty air-conditioning systems.
Most vehicle fires start in the engine or gearbox.
There are many causes of engine blow-by, but some of the most common are:
Poor air/fuel mixture.
Inability to cool the engine properly.
Lack of oil or air in the engine.
Faulty timing belt or pulley system.