Exhaust Back-Fire (Complete Guide)
Updated: Jan 9
Exhaust backfire is a phenomenon that occurs when unburnt fuel is ignited in the exhaust system, resulting in a loud popping or banging noise. It is a common problem that can occur in both gasoline and diesel vehicles and can have a number of causes.
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Causes of Back-Fire
There are a variety of causes of backfire in a vehicle with an internal combustion engine, including the following.
Malfunction ignition system
Rich air/fuel ratio