If you have never changed your Oxygen sensor, this is most likely the cause of the problem; the symptoms you describe are attributbale to a failing or dead Oxygen sensor. I assume the car has recently been tuned (including a new fuel filter) and the problem persists. Cheers Malcolm Hi Malcolm. Thanks for the tip. I changed the oxygen sensor and it has improved somewhat, but did not quite fixed the problem. It appears that idling is irratic when I'm at a stop light. So far, though, after the oxygen sensor change, engine hasn't stalled. It appears that this problem is pronounced when the engine has warmed up. I purchased a fuel filter and will replace it, but am not confident that it will fix the problem. Any other thoughts are welcome. Thanks. Harukim It turns out that the ignition wire was bad. I replaced the ignition wire and my car is running fine now. It appears that it's been running on 3 cylinders(no 4th). Thanks everyone.
Velocity is defined as the rate at which an object changes its velocity; therefore if there is zero velocity then acceleration is neutral as well.
Well I posted the question and did not explain! While the car is in park or neutral is accelerates well. When you put it in gear and hit the gas it stumbles or hesitates really bad. You can push the gas pedal all the way to the floor and the engine will continue to idle then it will pick up and run with some slight misses! Fuel problem????
what is an example of negative acceleration Your car is at the top of a hill, you put it in neutral, it starts drifting backwards and gains speed until it gets to the bottom of the hill.
If the car is in neutral, you accelerate (press the gas pedal) and the vibrations reduce and even disappear then it's a problem with the clutch. If the car is in neutral and it vibrates regardless of your acceleration, then it's a problem in the gear box. If you're lucky, it's only a faulty bearing that needs to be replaced.
Tires or rims out of balanceBent wheel
Mass airflow sensor is dirty or needs replaced. Try that first.
Does Jaguar 2005 s-type have acceleration problems. Mine tries to drive fwd at high revs when I am stopped at intersection with brake applied. I have to move selector to neutral and step on the gas pedal to bring revs back to normal.
Usually a squealing sound upon acceleration , or even just revving the engine in neutral , indicates a worn or loose fan belt .
It is neutral. Water is neutral so it will remain neutral in all its forms.
blood is neutral pure water is neutral and milk is neutral
In WWI, neutral. In WWII, neutral.