What Would Cause an Automatic Transmission to Whine ?

depending on what type of transmission it is will depend on what is making the noise and why. like is it a 350 turbo or a 4R100. front wheel drive CD4E or a 440T4. with the various styles of transmissions it could be a list of things. the most common problem almost all transmissions share is front pump failure. this will cause a variety of things from whinning to burn up trans. the pump can fail in a few ways. by excessive wear to a modulating valve hanging up in it. there's also chances of valve body problems like valves hanging up in it. to simple things as low fluid level. some of the newer model transmissions have a full set of electronic solenoids that control pressure and shifts that could be causing a problem as well. outside of hydraulic systems there's bearings that could be bad to a sungear or planetary system in them thats worn out. in this case i would have to start by checking the fluid and work from there. if fluid level is fine then its time to see a transmission specialist, either at a trans shop or dealership.

1. Smoke/Gas smell coming from oil cap in 95 civic?

Lets separate out a few issues- The gasoline smell in the crank case is because of blow by. This blow by is to some degree normal. But it can be excessive as the rings fail. As rings fail the crank case is subject to more pressure and if the problem is excessive leads to failure of gaskets such places as the oil pan and valve covers. If you are not loosing coolant and the system is sucking coolant back into the engine when it cools- the odds are that the head gasket is fine. Now on the average a car this old would have about 210000 miles on it. This is well over the design life expectancy of the rings, valves and valve seals. While Honda's are known to get 250000 miles out of an engine- it might be wise to start shopping for a replacement engine (if you like the car) or a new car. If you are a gear head- start looking into what engines make nice swaps for power and act accordingly.

2. What concepts/rules apply for multi-stage pumping of water

I do not believe that this would be necessary.Most pumps (not constant volume ones) have a relationship between flow rate and pressure jump (often called a pump curve). Since the entrance diameter of the pump does not change, you've got (basically) the same momentum in the pipe at a given flow rate regardless of how it gets that way. Another way of looking at it is that any effect of the momentum is already taken into account experimentally when the manufacturer generates the pump curve.My memory is a bit hazy on this, but I do seem to recall that some kinds of pumps do not respond well to particularly non-uniform and/or turbulent flows entering them. The net result was that you would want to have a decent (ten-ish diameters) section of straight pipe leading up to the pump after any bends,valves etc.

3. Did i blow my car engine?

If your oil was leaking at a significant rate, it is possible that you were running it for some time with very little to no oil in it. If this is the case, there is a high probability that something in the engine might have warped as oil is the lubricant that reduces the friction on the internal engine components. I can see the situation possibly occurring like this: You hit your oil pan (which is located at the bottom of the car and is essentially your oil reserve) and it burst open, causing the oil leak and possibly the dragging sound. Then as you continued to run the engine, the internal temperature for your cams and valves responsible for combustion timing went too high up and they warped, and after you turned the car off, they no longer operated well enough to even allow the engine to turn over (run through its cycle) properly. That could be hell to fix, but hopefully you have a good mechanic...

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In any event, your car ground potential will be nowhere near the household mains or laptop battery grounds, so if you plan to troubleshoot your CAN bus at all - which involves a PC - you need a signal ground for that alone2. Need a higher flow rate kitchen faucet?If everything you say is true and correct, I would say that you have a very unusual problem. Before you bother doing anything else, I would suggest that you go down to a good, local, & reputable plumbing shop in your area. Explain your problem to them and see what they say. FAUCETS them selves are typically not the cause of the problems that you are experiencing. Usually it is the, areators, faucet cartridges, supply lines or valves being the problem due to corrosion and/or grit & debris build-up in them. Anyway, good luck3. How to Know When the Valve Guides Are Worn OutHow to Know When the Valve Guides Are Worn Out Valve guides are integral to the proper operation of engines. The guides help regulate the air intake and compression by keeping valves in place as the engine works. Guides also cool down the valves, with the guide absorbing about one-quarter of the heat generated. By constantly accommodating the valve stems as they thrust in and out with great friction, the guides are susceptible to eventually wearing out. This can cause of bevy of problems. There are several ways to determine if your vehicle's valve guides are worn out. Observe your car when you accelerate and brake. If you see a billow of smoke from the exhaust pipe -- especially any blue smoke, which is caused by burning oil -- it is a sign that the valve guides are worn. Time how long it takes the car to consume a new quart of engine oil. Worn valve guides cause a much faster oil consumption rate. Open the hood, and locate the valve guides, using the owner's manual for guidance. Move the valve into the guide, and try to jiggle it from side to side. Any movement in the guide indicates that the valve guide has corroded. Measure the inside circumference of the valve guide, and the outer circumference of the valve with a gauge set. Compare the data with the optimum measurements listed in the owner's manual to test whether the valve guides are worn. Locate the spark plugs based on information in the owner's manual, and check for signs of gray or brown debris. If the ash appears on only one side of the spark plug, it could be a sign of worn valve guides. Buy a gauge set specifically made to measure valve guides at an auto parts store for the most accurate data. Do not attempt to handle or measure valve guides unless the engine is completely cool. Tallulah Philange has worked as a journalist since 2003. Her work has appeared in the "Princeton (N.J.) Packet," "Destinations" magazine and in higher education publications. She also has edited and produced online content for those publications. Philange holds a Bachelor of Arts in print journalism from American University and a Master of Arts in communication, culture and technology from Georgetown University.
Emerson Completes Integration of Fisher Sanmar
Emerson Process Management, one of the five business segments of global technology provider Emerson, on Friday announced the completion of the integration of the former Fisher Sanmar joint venture to further strengthen its growth plans for India.Addressing presspersons here, Sabee Mitra, President, Emerson Process Management, Asia-Pacific, said the joint venture had been formally renamed Emerson Process Management Chennai Pvt. Ltd.The acquisition included the transfer of more than 275 employees and the manufacturing facilities at Karapakkam, Chennai, Mr. Mitra said.The Chennai facility is offering a full range of control valves and regulator products for the process control industry.(The U.S.-headquartered $21-billion Emerson has 240 manufacturing facilities around the world. It currently operates from 240 manufacturing locations of which 160 are located in the U.S.)Amit Paithankar, Vice-President (Sales) Emerson Process Management India, said over the last three years Emerson had invested $700 milllion in India. This investment was made for acquiring companies which include Fisher Sanmar, Chloride (representing DB Power) and Rosemount besides engineering centres across the country.He said Emerson Process Management India was helping businesses automate their production, processing and distribution in industries which include power, petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, metals and the like.The company was planning to invest $7-8 million in the next 3-4 years to expand capacities in three manufacturing facilities located at Navi Mumbai, Baroda and Chennai. The existing capacity of 12,000 valves per annum in Chennai would be doubled in the next 3-4 years. The service centres also would be increased to six from three. It was also planning to double the headcount to 5,000 in the next 3-4 years.Mr. Paithankar said the company, which reported a revenue of Rs.160 crore as on March 31, 2011, was expecting to post a 15 per cent growth in the next year.The company showcased here on Friday some of its latest innovations for its wireless technology solution.
Do You Know How Your Gas Engine Works
Humans need food to create the energy to hike Camelback Mountain, go to work, and even to get out of bed in the morning. Just as you need the energy to get moving, so does your vehicle's engine. In fact, the main task of the engine is to create energy from fuel to generate the power to move. This process is referred to as internal combustion as it literally creates small, controlled explosions to create movement. There are several components within the engine that assist in this process. Here's what you need to know to understand how your gas engine works:The Basics and How They WorkThere are five basic components housed in the engine block that contribute to internal combustion: crankshaft, cylinders, connecting rods, pistons, and spark plugs. The cylinder head is the cover and holds two to four valves per cylinder, the intake and exhaust, and the spark plug. Pistons are attached to the crankshaft by the connecting rods and placed into the cylinders. The cylinder holds the piston in place and allows it to move up and down smoothly. There is one cylinder for each piston. The more pistons a vehicle contains, the more power the engine can produce, which is why vehicles with six, eight, or ten-cylinder engines are better for towing than a four-cylinder vehicle. The combustion cycle starts with the piston at the top of the cylinder. A four-stroke process, for example, is based on the total number of combined upward and downward motions or strokes, known as RPMs. The sequence of each cycle is as follows:• As the piston moves downward, the intake valve allows the mixture of fuel and air in.• The piston moves up the cylinder, compressing the mixture against the cylinder head.• The spark plugs create a spark that ignites the mixture creating a small, controlled detonation.• The reaction from the spark forces the piston in a downward direction. When the piston begins to move upwards again, the exhaust valve opens, allowing the carbon waste to be removed out through the exhaust system.This cycle will be repeated hundreds of times per minute in order to propel your vehicle down the road. A two-stroke engine works in a similar fashion; however, it completes the cycle with less strokes and utilizes ports to transfer fuel and exhaust as opposed to the valves. Four-stroke engines are preferred over two-stroke engines, as they are more fuel efficient and produce less harmful emissions.As the pistons move downward, the crankshafts that they are attached to, are forced to move in a circular motion. The timing belt (or chain, depending on your engine) is connected to the crankshaft and collectively, rotate the camshaft. The camshaft controls the opening of the intake and exhaust valves, which requires precise timing. Concurrent to moving in their circular motion, the crankshaft also transfers this motion to the transmission, which eventually turns the wheels.Because of the extreme heat the internal combustion engines produce, it is very important that the components are cooled and lubricated properly. to pistons, bearings, and valves. Similarly, the cylinder heads that store the intake and exhaust, commonly experience damage as a result of overheating or lack of maintenance. Regularly performed cooling flushes and oil changes help to keep your engine in a like-new state, ensuring each component is properly cooled or lubricated to operate smoothly. Checking your timing belt for cracks, abrasions, or misalignments and replacing it as needed, will also prevent your vehicle from overheating or unexpected breakdowns.The engine is an essential component in your vehicle and needs to be cared for properly with routine oil changes and other scheduled maintenance. or replacements due to lack of maintenance or minor repairs can get very costly. How can you prevent disaster and protect your vehicle's engine? With the experts at Sun Devil Auto! Our Service Consultants will review your vehicle manufacturer's specifications on maintenance, discuss your driving habits including distance and frequency, and with consideration to the harsh climate of driving in the desert, will advise and recommend a specific time to perform preventative maintenance to keep your engine in peak condition.With so many constantly moving parts and pieces contributing to the function of the engine, you need a skilled technician to perform maintenance or repairs. Sun Devil Auto's ASE Certified Technicians are educated and proficient in all functions of many makes and models of cars, trucks, and SUVs from oil changes to engine repairs. Give us a call, schedule an appointment, or stop into any of our many today!Is there a check ball in the manual valve in a 41te 4speed transmission at the valve body?I am not 100% sure what you mean, but there is no "check ball" in the manual valve. If you are referring to the spring/ball combination that holds the shift lever rooster comb in gear like on a RWD Chrysler transmission, they do not use that method on a 41TE. Chrysler uses a spring steel lever with a roller on it to hold the rooster comb in place. I tried looking on line for a picture of the check ball locations, but came up empty. If you give me a little more info on your problem, I will try to help. Feel free to e-mail me.
How Do You Set the Valves in a 1962 Mercury Comet with a 2.4 L 6-cyl Engine?
I have a original shop manual for 60-62 ford Falcon and Jason is right on with his recommendation. know any one who wants to buy my manual let me know1. A New Pulse in Bag Houses | Industry Articles | Dwyer InstrumentsWhile many pulse valves physically do not look different, the internal components have changed. Dwyer pulse valves allow for easier maintenance, as well as improved reliability.Pulse valves have always been used in dust collection bag house systems. The purpose of this valve is to provide a quick short burstof air to release particulate that is collected on the cartridge filters, used in a dust collection system. The valve is typically mounted to a manifold that would provide the needed air pressure. On most collectors you will see one valve per cartridge filter. The picture to the right displays a typical collector, filter, and valves mounted at the top of the system.The pulse valves are typically controlled by a timer control board, such as the Dwyer Series DCT600 or DCT500A , or a programmable logic controller (PLC). The timer board will cycle through each valve once a predetermined pressure drop across the filters is reached, relieving particulate from the filters to maintain a low differential pressure. Through the use of pulse valves and a timer control board, a user can maintain their system at optimum conditions allowing for longer life out of the cartridge filters.To better service dust collectors, Dwyer has released the Series DCS and RDCS Springless Diaphragm Valves. These valves combine a new springless diaphragm technology into our previous valve housing. A springless diaphragm valve combines the spring typically used for controlling the diaphragm and the valve into a single component; Dwyer uses a thermoplastic polyurethane diaphragm. The combination of these two components into a single diaphragm allows for easier field service and replacement. With using an elastomer diaphragm for air pulse control, this allows for a more reliable and consistent pulses versus the previous spring style which can change as the spring ages.To allow for all types of systems, the DCS and RDCS pulse valves are configured with both NPT process connections and coupling connections for a quicker installation. The valves can also be purchase with an integral coil/solenoid or a remote mount unit, where a solenoid valve would need to be mounted in a separate enclosure.2. 1959 Mercedes 220S,1971 Mercedes 220, fuel questions?The biggest difference is that various chemicals are used in place of tetraethyl lead. Contrary to the mythology that lead "lubricates" valves, it does nothing of the sort. What it does do is build up deposits on the valves (especially the exhaust valve), providing some insulation. Without lead, it's like a blacksmith pounding on a red hot horseshoe: the overheated valve seat can recess into the head. This is only really a problem with cast iron heads operating at high RPM, because cast iron is a poor thermal conductior. I believe all of your cars have aluminum heads with steel seats, these should be resistant to the problem. And vintage cars are rarely driven at the limits, so the valve seats wo not get as hot. You should be fine. I have several vintage cars and have never worried about unleaded fuel. However, ethanol can be a problem. If possible, you want to avoid using ethanol enhanced fuels in older cars. The reason is that older hoses and pump diaphagms tend to degrade rapidly in ethanol. If your fuel lines, carbs, and fuel pump have been redone in the last 20 years, the probability is that you are fine. But if your fuel system still has vintage rubber anywhere, beware of ethanol. I almost forgot the 240D. I've always used Mercedes Diesels as daily drivers. Most of them go hundreds of thousands of miles without a fuel related problem (as long as the fuel does not get contaminated with water and you change your filters regularly). Recently, the US went to ultra low sulfur Diesel. In raw form, ULSD has less lubricity than the old stuff, so it has the potential to cause pump failure. But the refiners (at least in the northeast) have been mixing a little biodiesel in with it. This not only increases the lubricity, it raises cetane a couple of points. So far, I've found it works better than the old stuff. We will see if there's any impact on durability.3. Are all blow off valves the same size from the gasket area ?A "Blow Off Valve"? Like for a Nitrous Oxide system? Or are you running a LPG or CNG fueled engine with a high pressure cell? Good Luck!
Washing Machine Shutoff Valve Won't Close
Our original washer valves were 1/2" multi-turn with rubber washer to brass seat and they were sweated onto the 1/2" copper tubing. The sweat joint was exposed in the box so I did not have to open up the drywall below the box. When I redid them I sweated on a fitting going to 1/2" FIP so I could thread in valves.I thought the new quarter turn ball valves I got from HD or Lowe's were themselves 1/2" FIP and I got a "nipple" ( 1/2" MIP x 1/2" MIP) to connect the two 1/2" FIP joints on the supply and the valve, respectively. But looking at the valve it appears that the valves are actually 1/2" MIP. I don't know if this is the best way to do this. I had a lot of trouble with getting the threaded joint to stop seeping. I can see why the professionals prefer to sweat the valve in. But for an amateur using a torch inside a wall risks starting a fire. The suggestion of using a SharkBite is a good one.EDITI said above that I had considerable trouble getting these valves to stop seeping and I think I now realize why--the threaded tubes on these long shank valves are surely straight, parallel and are not tapered! Long shanks cannot tapered. They could be tapered at the ends and straight above that, but that would show .Only short shank valves can be tapered, Short shank valves of course could be straight, but almost certainly (at least in the US) would be tapered. I redid these three times and finally got it to a very slow seep which plugged up over a week or so. But this is not an acceptable installation. These valves were probably intended for sweating 1/2" copper tubing inside the shank. The threads were probably intended for a pair of nuts to clamp it to these now ubiquitous plastic boxes• Related QuestionsHow do you avoid mold in a washing machine?Assuming that you have a front loading washing machine follow these steps in order to remove and prevent mold in your washing machine.Try using less detergent/fabric softener. It is recommended that you use 1 tablespoon on detergent/fabric softener to wash your clothes.Keep the door open (by having the door closed you are trapping moisture and steam inside your unit and that is why the mold is forming)Check the rubber gasket (this is the most common place where mold grows)If you are using mainly cold water to wash your clothes be sure to run a warm/how water soak for your last cycle will help dissolve the bio-film buildupClean the trap or drain pump. Items such as lint, coins, bra wires, screws that may be trapped there might be the underlining issue. It can clog your filter causing the water to drain slowly which will cause an odor or even mold to occur.VinegarTry adding a cup of vinegar directly into the gasket with your clothes and let your washer run on the longest cycle it has. You may even want to consider adding an additional cup during the rinse cycle, and your mildew stench should be gone! WHITE vinegar works best!Baking Soda!Add a cup of regular baking soda to your clothes in the wash cycle. Use the longest and hottest wash cycle you haveAffreshAffresh is specifically designed to penetrate, dissolve, and remove odor-causing residue that can accumulate in washers. Using this cleaner monthly can eliminate mold in your washing machineBleachMix warm water and bleach in a bowl, soak a rag in it and wipe it down, leave it for 15-30 minutes. Next do a wash cycle with bleach and then let the washer air out.All in all the easiest way to avoid mold in your washing machine is to keep the door/lid open as well as the fabric softener dispenser!I hope these help!How do you avoid mold in a washing machine?------Why does my washing machine smell so bad?There are several possible reasons why your washing machine smells. The most common reason is poor maintenance. Yes, this may surprise you, but many washing machine users have no idea how to maintain their machines. Simple maintenance steps should be taken periodically to guarantee the efficiency of the machine. Simply because your machine cleans things does not mean it does not need to be cleaned - or at least looked after. Your washing machine needs as much attention as any other gadget or machine!Another possible reason why your washing machine may be smelling is if some parts of it develop a fault. Like all electrical gadgets, washing machines are prone to damage and faults. A mechanical part of it may develop some random fault which may cause the smell. What you need to do, then, is to employ the services of professionals in the field who will inspect the machine for you and ascertain what the problem is. Although a washing machine does simple things, it is a complex barrage of circuits and wires so do not attempt to 'repair' it yourself if you do not have the necessary skills and knowledge involved.New washing machines have hoses and drains that let out used water in them. When those drains are clogged, some smells may be emanating because of the residue inside the drains. That, naturally, will cause such smell. There are many things that one can do to prevent such smell.Another reason could be the installation of the washing machine. Many washing machines are installed incorrectly. And though they may work in the meantime, such washing machines run high risks of developing faults which can then lead to the foul smell. This is why installing a washing machine on one's own is not entirely advised. Faults may occur as a result of such installation. Some professionals deal with washing machine installation and repair. The services of such professionals should be procured to avoid any disasters.Read More: Washing Machine Smells Like Sewage------What is the best way to move my new washing machine into my basement?Obviously, paying the store to deliver is the smart way to go. That way, you aren't responsible if your expensive new washer gets damaged. Okay, I get it...you're going to do it yourself. There are a couple of options. Renting an appliance dolly makes the most sense, but you can probably make do with your standard dolly (assuming it is rated for the weight). Your washer probably weighs a little less...but within spitting distance of 200 lbs. Depending on the method you choose, the weight may be reduced by friction, but worst case is that each of you will need to lift (or hold back) no more than 100lbs.If you opt to use your regular dolly, you'll want to strap the washer to it (like on an appliance dolly). Then you get one person above, and one person below. Walk it down the stairs, one step at a time and take time to rest mid-way, if needed. Gravity will do the work. You just have to control it for 8 inches at a time. Make a few practice runs with the empty box to be sure you have the hang of going step by step, and that there is enough clearance. The last thing you need is to get stuck halfway!The other method is to slide it. In fact, just last week my wife and I slid a new water heater into the basement. I got a long 2x10 and laid it along the steps as a slide. Then we laid it down at the balance point on the top step and both of us got below it to guide it down. Friction helps reduce the weight, so it's quite manageable. Best if it's still in the box, otherwise it'll get scratched up. Sounds like the box won't fit through the door, but you could at least lay cardboard under it.------Where is the best Whirlpool Washing Machine Service Center in Hyderabad?Hi,The four cycles that every Whirlpool Washing Machine like every washing machine performs are fill, wash, drain, and spin. Though these functions are pretty basic, a number of things can go wrong with them at any time which may all of a sudden halt the functioning of the machine.WHIRLPOOL WASHING MACHINE REPAIRS:In the unlikely event that an issue may arise with your Whirlpool Washing Machine, you need to factor in a few essentials to zero in on the most appropriate Whirlpool Washing Machine Repair service provider in Hyderabad. SERVICE TECHNICIANS: Should be certified technicians with specialist knowledge of all Whirlpool appliances allowing them to provide you with quick, efficient and professional service.SPARE PARTS: Must maintain a good stock of genuine and quality spare parts that are Whirlpool specific & works for Whirlpool Washing Machines, maximizing every chance of a first-time fix. Also, guarantee all parts fitted for 12 months. PRICING: Must provide a competitive pricing offer without compromising on quality and which will cover as long as the job takes and as many visits (with any parts needed on top), so no hidden surprises!NO-FIX, NO-FEE PROMISE: Should come with a no-fix, no-fee promise plus the option to pay monthly by Direct Debit. There should be no need to worry about another breakdown either, as all repairs will include a guarantee.FAST CALL OUT: Should be same day or next day call outs for all repairs. RELIABLE SERVICE: Should have an impressive first-time fix rate and carry out all repairs to the highest standards using quality parts.Callfix is the best Whirlpool Washing Machine Repair Hyderabad. They can provide specialists in Appliances Repair & Service. Free Home Visit. Fully Automatic. Cost Effective Service. At Your Door. 90 days service warranty in overall Hyderabad, at an affordable price. The experienced technicians can repair any kind of complications occurred in your Whirlpool Washing Machine.------Where can I buy sand washing machine?Sand washing machine is widely used in material washing process in such industries as sand washing plant, mines, building materials, transportation, chemistry, water conservancy and hydropower, concrete batching plant and other industries, which can be divided into two types, namely XS type and Xl type. It can remove impurities covered on the surface of sand and destroy the water vapor layer that coats the sand at the same time so as to dehydrate and play a part in effectively washing and cleaning the sand. The clay washing plant can also be equipped with coarse and fine powder separator and dust removal equipment if choosing dry production process. Configuration of natural sand is relatively simple, which can be simply equipped with sand washer and belt conveyor to carry out production.Artificial sand production line is composed of jaw crusher, sand making machine, sand washing machine, belt conveyor, vibrating screen and vibrating feeder. Its production process is that the stone is evenly fed by vibrating feeder to jaw crusher for coarse crushing, coarsely crushed materials are sent to sand making machine through belt conveyor to carry out further crushing; the finely crushed materials are conveyed to vibrating screen for screening, and the materials that meet the granularity requirements of finished products are sent to sand washing machine for cleaning, the cleaned materials are called finished products. The materials that do not meet the granularity requirements of finished products will return to sand making machine through vibrating screen for re-processing. Granularity of finished products can be adjusted and classified according to requirements of customers.Highly efficient sand washing equipment is vital equipment in construction and building materials industry. Increase of efficiency of sand washer will be an important link of saving energy and resource. Sand washing machine which works coordinating with other sand making equipment plays a huge role in construction projects. The current efficient sand washing machine has more and more superior features like novel design and structure, large processing capacity, mature production technology and so on.
What Would Cause an Automatic Transmission to Whine ?
depending on what type of transmission it is will depend on what is making the noise and why. like is it a 350 turbo or a 4R100. front wheel drive CD4E or a 440T4. with the various styles of transmissions it could be a list of things. the most common problem almost all transmissions share is front pump failure. this will cause a variety of things from whinning to burn up trans. the pump can fail in a few ways. by excessive wear to a modulating valve hanging up in it. there's also chances of valve body problems like valves hanging up in it. to simple things as low fluid level. some of the newer model transmissions have a full set of electronic solenoids that control pressure and shifts that could be causing a problem as well. outside of hydraulic systems there's bearings that could be bad to a sungear or planetary system in them thats worn out. in this case i would have to start by checking the fluid and work from there. if fluid level is fine then its time to see a transmission specialist, either at a trans shop or dealership.1. Smoke/Gas smell coming from oil cap in 95 civic?Lets separate out a few issues- The gasoline smell in the crank case is because of blow by. This blow by is to some degree normal. But it can be excessive as the rings fail. As rings fail the crank case is subject to more pressure and if the problem is excessive leads to failure of gaskets such places as the oil pan and valve covers. If you are not loosing coolant and the system is sucking coolant back into the engine when it cools- the odds are that the head gasket is fine. Now on the average a car this old would have about 210000 miles on it. This is well over the design life expectancy of the rings, valves and valve seals. While Honda's are known to get 250000 miles out of an engine- it might be wise to start shopping for a replacement engine (if you like the car) or a new car. If you are a gear head- start looking into what engines make nice swaps for power and act accordingly.2. What concepts/rules apply for multi-stage pumping of waterI do not believe that this would be necessary.Most pumps (not constant volume ones) have a relationship between flow rate and pressure jump (often called a pump curve). Since the entrance diameter of the pump does not change, you've got (basically) the same momentum in the pipe at a given flow rate regardless of how it gets that way. Another way of looking at it is that any effect of the momentum is already taken into account experimentally when the manufacturer generates the pump curve.My memory is a bit hazy on this, but I do seem to recall that some kinds of pumps do not respond well to particularly non-uniform and/or turbulent flows entering them. The net result was that you would want to have a decent (ten-ish diameters) section of straight pipe leading up to the pump after any bends,valves etc.3. Did i blow my car engine?If your oil was leaking at a significant rate, it is possible that you were running it for some time with very little to no oil in it. If this is the case, there is a high probability that something in the engine might have warped as oil is the lubricant that reduces the friction on the internal engine components. I can see the situation possibly occurring like this: You hit your oil pan (which is located at the bottom of the car and is essentially your oil reserve) and it burst open, causing the oil leak and possibly the dragging sound. Then as you continued to run the engine, the internal temperature for your cams and valves responsible for combustion timing went too high up and they warped, and after you turned the car off, they no longer operated well enough to even allow the engine to turn over (run through its cycle) properly. That could be hell to fix, but hopefully you have a good mechanic...
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