2.8 multiport automatic dies when you press gas pedal to go?
Possibly a very plugged up fuel filter.
My 89 camaro dies when I give it gas. sometimes when i press on the gas pedal it doesn't get gass until let off the pedal.?
If the engine idles ok but dies when you press the gas pedal, check the operation of the choke and throttle baffles, that the fuel filter is not clogged, and that the fuel pump is operatong correctly. If everything checks out ok, then the problem is emmissions related (possible clogged catalyctic converter, muffler, etc).
When you press down on your gas pedel the car dies if you fether the gas pedal it will stay running on a 300zx tt?
It sounds as if you have a vacuum leak. Try plugging your intake carefully with a towel and then check again using someone as assistance to increase RPM. If the engine still dies then take notice of the position of the pedal at which point of height it dies at. There is a sensor called TPS or Throttle Position Sensor. If it fails then bad readings to the computer will create uneven fuel mixture. Is…
You could have a clogged brake line, most likely one of the front rubber ones. The Brake booster might not be working correctly. Run the engine for a few moments, then turn the key off. Once the engine dies, press the brake pedal a few times. You should hear a hissing noise each time you press the pedal. Then hold the pedal down and start the engine. The pedal should move and get softer. If…
How come the 1993 Ford Tempo dies right after you start it You have to hold press and hold on the gas pedal for a few minutes before it will work properly?
Your automatic choke isn't working properly or at all. If the vehicle is fuel injected (which it probably is) the fault could probably be traced to a faulty sensor somewhere. If the car is carburetted either the carburettor needs tuning or replacing. What you are doing right now is no problem, try not to rev the motor too hard though (rev it as little as possible without the motor stalling).
yes, you my need to change the fuel filter, but I would check with a professional to be sure. Because there are three good reasons why that would happen. Does the oil need changing, is their water in the gasoline tank, is the gas in the car made for the engine type? their my even be more resons why too.
I just picked up a 93 Nissan pickup does anyone know what the inter lock switch on the dash does evry time i press it the brake light goes on then as soon as you release it it gos off?
What would be wrong with your 96 grand am if it seems likes it wants to start but then it dies please help?
When you press the brake in your car you hear air and sometimes when you press the brake your car dies?
Truly "automated" reloading machinery is pretty much purpose built for commercial loaders, and price would depend on the design. For personal use, you may be speaking of a Progressive reloading press, which is loaded with bullets, powder, primers, and cartridge casings, and produces one loaded cartridge per pull of the handle. The price of those will vary by brand (and the number of different caliber dies you want) but will generally run about $350 for…
No! That could never happen. Okay now for an answer. Your car sounds as if it is starving for fuel so I would start at the fuel filter. How long since it was changed? Have you had the injectors cleaned? In some cases it could be timing but I'd start with getting the fuel system checked out. By the way, Check your oil first. If you are low on oil the oil pressure switch may…
What is wrong when you are unable to shift gears and the clutch feels heavy But when the car is off you can shift but then the car dies?
Have a 2005 Dodge Ram 1500 which won't start without holding down the brake pedal The second that you let off the pedal it dies ABS light on What could be wrong?
By 8100 I am guessing that you are referring to an 8.1L engine? To answer the question though your braking system is a power assisted system. Depending on application engine vacuum acts on a diaphragm in the brake boost canister helping to apply power to the actuation rod that is pushing on your master cylinder piston. The other application is a hydro boost set up where power steering fluid is routed to an accumulator and…
You could either jump it or just plug it. For manual transmission cars you can get a push, place the gear into 1st or 2nd, press clutch and when on proper speed, release clutch and the engine could start up. For automatic cars, you need to connect the battery to another battery source to jump it. This is if the problem is with the car battery.
this varries on a number of factors -length of coil used to stamp parts out of (operator changes this coil every 10-200 minutes depending on length -press operation speed (usually 10-1000 storkes per minute) press speed depends on press used and operation it performs (smaller parts allows for faster press speed) -output of die (some dies make several parts with one stroke) this varries on a number of factors -length of coil used to stamp…