88 CRX Dx Reving up to 4000 while driving push in clutch and it goes higher There is terrible fuel smell when it does it and it is happening more often Please help?
The engine RPM's increasing like that sounds like a slipping clutch. If that's the case, either the clutch is worn thin or the engine is leaking oil from the rear main seal onto the clutch. As for smelling gasoline, it's possible that there is a fuel leak somewhere. On the other hand, you might be smelling burned clutch material from the slipping. It sounds like you need someone knowledgable who can be trusted to drive your car around the block to help figure it all out with you.
On 77 Ford F-100 what if clear fuel filter is full then after driving down road its empty Then after starting again it fills back up and stays full while reving motor manually at carburetor?
1998 Mazda B3000 knocks while driving and you can't tell if it's the engine or the front suspension or what it isHelp?
If its a motor knock it will do that while sitting/reving engine not just driving. If it's only while driving try different things to check it out. Does it do it over bumps?(parking lot speed bumps are a good test track) Maybe only when cornering? Try pushing up & down on the truck while its sitting and see if it does it. Does it shake also?
What would cause the oil pressure to drop to zero seconds after the engine starts and then after driving less than a 100 yards the pressure goes back to normal your ride is a 2000 F150 4.2?
Everyone will have a positive or negative responce. We have a 2004 purchased with appoximately 55,000 miles, other than normal maintainence no problems. I changed the Oxygen Sensor Bank #1 found on the internet was correction for the problem paid $50.00 and used a refundable tool from 'autozone', no charge nice people. KEEP IN MIND this car has a composite (material) type timing belt and over reving, (never over 2000 RPM) in any gear except…
The only thing that could cause the tube to flex would be for either the engine or radiator to move - and if it's happening when the engine is revved, it would most likely be the engine moving. Unless it's causing a leak that can't be fixed by a slightly longer hose, don't worry about it - that's why the hose is made of a flexible material.
2010 touring chrysler awd 50,000 miles roaring noise when accelerating and/or going up grades When sitting still and reving rpms to 50-60mph range when going slow 20-30 miles/hr--one time--terrible noise--I stopped the car started accelerating again a slow speed with no noise six months ago it started doing this--lasted 3/4 weeks and stopped
I had the same problem with mine. There is a metal piece in side of the exhaust pipe that can break loose and resonate (vibrate) with reving of the engine. The cheap and easy fix is to torch a small hole in the exhaust pipe and then weld the loose metal piece to wall of the exhaust pipe then weld the hole shut. Mines been good since. Please post if this is not the problem.
Driving in low gears. Pushing hard on the accelerator ("flooring it"). Going uphill. Driving with excessive weight (like a trailer). Either shift up or lay off the gas to bring your engine speed down. This is a classic symptom of a "worn clutch" in a manual transmission vehicles. The friction disc cannot transfer power under load so it slips under load causing excessive engine reving. Excessive engine RPM at idle can be caused by a…