I had the same problem. It would stall out after coasting down a hill. Cleaned the throttle body about six months ago. Has not stalled since then.
driving a car into a wall
the car is weak
Could be a number of things short in a wire temp gage up too high ask your nearest mechanic
Immediately after you finished your last drink and turned on the ignition in your car and began driving.
If someone or something is driving you completely bananas, it is annoying or frustrating you to a very high degree. Another phrase would be that "It's making you crasy" or driving you up a wall."
One way of expressing the relationship between force and acceleration is the following equation:F=MAWere A is acceleration, F is force, and M is mass.If we double the acceleration and assume that the mass is constant:2A x M = 2FWhich means that when the acceleration is doubled, the force driving the acceleration must be - doubled.
Negative acceleration is the state of a body whose velocity in a specified direction is becoming smaller. If you apply the brakes while driving a car, the car (and you) will undergo negative acceleration in the direction in which the car was moving.
replace the cam position sensor.also if this happens agin, while driving, put vehicle into neutral and start engine while coasting.by the time you have restarted engine, you will usually have slowed down enough to reengage transmission with out stopping
Not if you immediately wash the cement off and I do mean immediately not 10 minutes later.
It most likely has a plugged catalytic converter.
As long as the 30 minute are spent driving in a straight line, the acceleration is zero.
The acceleration plus other driving forces minus retarding forces equals the unbalanced force (force net.)
Driving at 50mph or above what causes a loud knocking clicking sound during acceleration?
Drunk driving is when you are completely drunk and you are not in your senses and sober driving is when you are almost drunk but you still gain some consciousness in yourself.
There is a few different things. More then likely you floated a valve from either extreme aggressive driving. Hard acceleration then to completely letting off, and back to hard acceleration. Or another scenario would be like you either hydroplaned while you where accelerating or hit ice and over revved the engine.
The acceleration of the car is zeroThe Kinetic energy of the car is constant
The transmission computer has detected a malfunction. You need to have it checked for codes.
The driving distance between Calgary and Ohio is 3,119 km. Driving completely nonstop, it would take about 32 hours.
You are driving a 2003 mini.... it isn't meant to go that fast.
Yes, it just depends on how you define which way is "positive". If you define the "backwards" direction to be the positive direction, acceleration will be positive when going "backwards". Note that if we define the axes like this, going "forwards" will give the car a negative acceleration.
For constant force the relationship of mass and acceleration is an Hyperbolic relationship. This means the product of mass and acceleration is a constant and as mass goes up the acceleration goes down and vice versa. In other words the mass and acceleration are inversely related; F=ma=k; m=k/a and a=k/m.
deceleration in a linear motion (braking during driving or an object thrown up while you are standing on on earth) --> the acceleration is pointing at an opposite direction than the motion. ============================
bad connection from the battery or alternator
No. The car is not accelerating if at constant velocity. Acceleration is the change in velocity with time.