05 Focus driving 75 mph then no gas coast to stop wait restart?
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PROBABLY: Partially clogged fuel filter restricting gas flow at full throttle -OR- fuel pump is failing.
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Have a 1993 Buick after warm up the automatic transmission will like disengage and the engine will rev up stop car and turn off ignition and wait a min and restart car will drive ok then repeats?
Answer . \nYOU COULD BE LOOKING AT A BAD TORQUE CONVERTER.(99% OF THE TIME THE TRANSMISION NEEDS TO BE CHANGE WITH IT.)NOT CHEAP.
1988 beretta stalls at high speeds after driving for 20 min after pulling over and waiting a couple of min it will restart drive for about 5 min and again doing 65 mph on the highway this is not fun?
Answer . I have a '93 Beretta and I had the same problem. I had a new CC transmittion switch (I think this is the name of it! not a car person!) put in. I had it done at a Chevy dealership. It cost around $500. It solved the problem.\n. \n. \n. \n. \n Answer \n. \nCheck the fuel filt…er. (MORE)
1991 acura integra bad vibration felt in the gas pedal when driving above 50 mph stops when not pressing the pedal?
Answer . If you haven't done so already, replace your engine mounts. Also, bad axles can cause a vehicle to vibrate, not just unbalanced wheels.
Answer don't know when you posted this question , but if it was during hot weather , and it would crank but just not start , It might very well have been vapor locking. If so , simply opening the gas cap slowly you will hear a hissing sound as air enters the tank. After that it will run just fine. …Remember the fuller the tank , the less likely to suffer vapor lock. (MORE)
What causes a 2003 Ford Focus to stall when stopping only on humid days with the temperature around 75 degrees after the car has been used for stop-and-go driving or running errands?
Answer . Stall or stop completely? Does it restart after it stalls or does it have to wait a few minutes? When it stalls does it still turn over or act as if power is not going to the starter? Not enough info to answer this question.
About 1 hour 8 minutes. This is the actual driving time at that speed and does not include slowing, accelerating or stopping during the trip.
Add fuel can start the car drive a few meters suddenly stop wait a few second restart the car drive normal you have this probelm only after add fuel?
the problem could be you are puting in the wrong type of gas try puting in regular unleaded fuel.
About 9 hours 37 minutes. This is the driving time at that speed and does not include slowing, accelerating or stopping during the trip.
About 3 hours 36 minutes. This is your actual driving time at that speed and does not include stops.
About 6 hours 28 minutes. This is the driving time at that speed and does not include slowing, accelerating or stopping during the trip.
About 8 hours 28 minutes. This is your actual driving time at that speed and does not include stops.
1 hour 43 minutes. This is the total driving time at that speed and does not include stops or delays.
1 mile at 30 mph is 2 minutes because it is 1/30th of a mile and when it is 60 minutes divided by 30mph = 60/30 which equals 2 minutes. About 2 hours 30 minutes. This is the driving time at that speed and does not include slowing, accelerating or stopping during the trip.
About 5 hours 18 minutes. This is the actual driving time at that speed and does not include slowing, accelerating or stopping during the trip.
6 hours 56 minutes. This is the total driving time at that speed and does not include stops or delays.
4 hours 6 minutes 24 seconds. This is actual driving time at that speed and does not include stops.
Dallas, TX to Seabrook, TX is 272 miles. If you drive non-stop it will take at least 3 hours and 37 minutes at a constant 75 mph. Add time for stops and delays.
About 18 hours 40 minutes. This is your actual driving time at that speed and does not include stops.
About 3 hours 40 minutes. This assumes you travel at a constant speed with no stops.
8 hours 48 minutes. This is the actual driving time at that speed and does not include stops or delays.
Time = distance/velocity t = 800/75 = 10.6667 hours So the answer is 10 hours and 40 minutes.
About 2 hours 47 minutes. This is your actual driving time at that speed and does not include stops.
About 7 hours 1 minute. This is your actual driving time at that speed and does not include stops.
4 hours 36 minutes . This is the total driving time at that speed and excludes stops or delays.
About 55 minutes 12 seconds. This is your actual driving time at that speed and does not include stops.
287 / 75 = 3 62/75 (~= 3.83 hrs) = 3 hrs 49 mins 36 secs .
Of course, there is no road to "drive" from here to Neptune. Assuming there were, just divide the distance by the speed.
Dividing distance travelled by speed gives 815/75 = 10.86 recurring (that is, 10.86666...) hours or 10 hours 52 minutes.
One hour. Because the driving speed is 75 miles per hour in a speed zone and you're asking about how long to drive 75 miles.
You have to use the Time Distance and Speed method and do 200divided by 75 which is 2.67 (rounded) 2 hours, 40 minutes
Dividing distance travelled by speed gives 812/75 = 10.826 recurring (that is, 10.826666...) hours or 10 hours 49 minutes 36 seconds.
That depends on your speed and the number of stops you make. However, if you average 75 miles per hour for the entire distance, your total driving time would be about 13 hours and 38 minutes.
What is mph? MPH is miles per hour. So if are traveled at a rate of 75 miles per hour, for two hours, how many miles have you traveled? You simply multiply the speed by the rate and get 150 miles .
It would take about 7.16 hrs which is about 7 hrs 10 minutes as long as you didn't stop and stayed at a constant speed.
Assuming a constant average speed of 75 miles per hour, this would take 298/75 = 3.973 recurring (that is, 3.973333...) hours or 238.4 minutes (that is, 3 hours 58.4 minutes or 3 hours 58 minutes 24 seconds).
The distance is the same no matter what driving speed is used, only the driving time is altered.
extra remark: I know it depends on what type of engine etc. But if you could only make a distinction between cylinder volume, which engine (cylinder volume) wouldn't be screaming in pain? (or are other things more important for a pleasant drive, like 6 gears or HP?) Thanks!
To do this, you can set up a proportion. What you know is that it takes 60 minutes to drive 75 miles. You want to find how many hours it takes to drive 251 miles. Just set up a proportion like this: 1 / 75 = x / 251 . With this, you'll be finding the total number of hours. Cross multiply to solve… for x. It would take 3.346 hours, or about 3 hours and 21 minutes. (MORE)
speed = distance / time, therefore time = distance / speed = 168 mi / (75 mi /hr) = 2.24 hr (2 hr, 14 min, 24 sec)
To find your answer, divide the number of miles (212) by the speed (75 mph). 212 divided by 75 = 2.83 hours. If you need your answer in hours/ minutes, then there is another step. You need to figure out how many minutes are in .83 hours. There are 60 minutes in one hour. So you need to multiply .8…3 x 60 to find the minutes. The answer is 49.8 or rounded up, 50 minutes. So your final answer is 2 hours and 50 minutes. (MORE)
It depends. Do you get stopped by a cop for speeding or get away with it?
You can make the border between 15 and 16 hours. Miami is another 4 and 1/2 hours south.
Time = Distance/Speed = 14.66.. hours, although that does assumethat the speed can be maintained for that length of time afterallowing for fuelling and comfort breaks
If you drive at 75 miles per hour, then you cover 75 miles in one hour.
You are referring to CCA or Cold Cranking Amps. Sure you can drive it. In fact that is a very good size battery for cold temperature starts.
Time = Distance/Speed = 691/75 = 9.2133... hours - assuming there are no stops for comfort, fuel etc.
Time = Distance/Speed = 1800/75 = 24 hours. However, that assumes you can maintain an average speed of 75 mph for such a long time even after allowing for fuelling stops, comfort stops, swapping drivers, etc. My guess is that if you try to average 75 mph you will probably spend some time in a polic…e station (if not worse) and so take a lot more than 24 hours! (MORE)
You need to supply more information. What kind of odor is it, I mean besides "awful"? Does the odor come through the vents or somewhere else? Does the odor go away quickly? Are the windows closed? Do you have to be using the air conditioner or heater?
When driving at 75 mph, going 445 miles will take 5.933 hours, or slightly under six hours. This is theoretical, because you might be stopped by the police, for exceeding the speed limit. Also, if you make a bathroom or meal stop, you will have to exceed 75 mph in order to make up the lost time!
64/75 = 0.83 hour 0.83 x 60 = 51 minutes to travel 64 miles @ 75 mph