Honda Jazz 1.5 (L15A) Engine
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Honda Jazz 1.5 (L15A) Engine Specs
|No. of valves||16|
|Power Output in KW||88 KW|
|Torque Output||145 Nm|
|Bore x Stroke||73 mm x 89.4 mm|
Honda Jazz 1.5 (L15A) Engine FAQ
When your car is experiencing problems with its engine, it could be due to a number of reasons. There are several warning signs that may indicate to you that your engine needs replacing.
Follow these 4 steps to find out if it's time for a new Honda engine.
1. Increased Exhaust Smoke
Exhaust smoke is the by-product of burning fuel, which comes in two forms: black smoke and white smoke. As previously stated, exhaust smoke is emitted from the engine when gas or diesel is burned during combustion. This occurs within cylinders in your motor. When you rev up your car, this also causes more fuel to combust; hence why some people believe that revving your vehicle can help it last longer! However, increased levels of combustion will result in too much fumes being created for the system to manage efficiently - causing excessive exhaust smoke. In general, normal amounts of white smoke indicate that your engine needs a head gasket replacement. Also, as you're not burning the correct amount of fuel to keep the vehicle running efficiently, this will lead to low power and decreased acceleration.
In comparison, black smoke indicates that there is an excess of combustible gasoline being burned in the cylinders. This will be caused by a number of different issues, such as faulty injectors or a faulty spark plug. Unfortunately if this problem isn't recognized early on it will soon lead to other problems with your drivetrain and exhaust system - increasing further costs down the line.
2. Knocking Noise
Knocking sounds are similar to pinging when accelerating from idle until about 2500rpm-3000rpm. This is almost always an indication of lower-quality gasoline being used. It can also be caused by faulty spark plugs, excess carbon in the combustion chamber, compression problems, or worn piston rings. Again, this problem will lead to more costs down the line with parts needing to be replaced and fluids needing refilling more often.
3. Lack of Power
If you feel that your engine lacks power when driving, there are a few possible reasons for this fault. Firstly it may be due to an incorrectly calibrated fuel injection system - leading to lack of power during acceleration. On some occasions this may also cause hesitation while driving on expressways or motorways at higher speeds. Secondly it could point towards low compression within the cylinders due to worn piston rings. This issue will need more than just a simple oil change. It will require an engine replacement.
4. Decrease in Gas Mileage
This is one of the most obvious signs that your car needs an engine replacement; which makes sense! If you're only getting half the gas mileage that you previously had, this means something needs to be fixed - and soon! Most likely it will either be due to faulty spark plugs or worn piston rings. One thing is for sure, if you ignore these warning signs long enough they won't disappear - so look after your vehicle and get repairs done promptly!
Please note the above information acts as guide only and you should always check everything with a qualified mechanic. Find your used Honda engine with Engine Finder!