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Possibilities include but are not limited to: fuel not reaching engine, spark not reaching fuel, controll moduel needing replacement, crank position sensor needing replacement, starter gone bad or not enough juice in battery.
Answer: Possibilities include but are not limited to: fuel not reaching engine, spark not reaching fuel, controll moduel needing replacement, crank position sensor needing replacement, starter gone bad or not enough juice in battery.
The short answer is "yes". How low is low? And is compression low, and equal between adjacent cylinders? If you squeeze the radiator hose while trying to start the engine, can you feel pulsations? If the answer is yes to either question, you may have a bad head gasket.
Answer: No. The exhaust manifold only carries burned exhaust fumes from the engine to the rear of the vehicle. It has nothing to do with the oil or fuel system. It also cannot prevent the engine from starting. However a clogged catalytic converter can cause the engine not to start. Fuel in the oil is caused by a leaking injector on a FI engine or a bad needle valve and seat of an carburetor engine.
Answer: To start a thread, the "parent" process must allocate a small amount of additional memory, (usually only enough for stack usage of a few subroutines) and make a small entry in a thread table.
To start a process, the Operating System must make a complete copy of the original process, including duplicating its entry in the process table.
Since most threads only call a few subroutines (methods or functions) before exiting, the first is much more economical, even if (as is the case on most modern machines) most of the memory "copying" is accomplished with memory management and not actually copied.