This could be many things but a good rule of thumb is to start with the basics such as is it getting enough fuel, depending on if you have a carb or a injected this should be easy to fix if it is not. Also, you should check your timing, plugs, wires, and distributer.
Chipping of the paint???^~^
A bad relay switch could be the culprit if dash lights remain on after engine starts in a Toyota. Cold weather can also cause these lights to stay on after the engine starts.
heater core going bad.
brakes or rear axle problems.
Lungs have sooo many problems. Asthma is one of them. Your bronichail tubes swells causing air to not be able to get to the lungs as easy
It could have a leaky carburetor or injector that's causing the engine to flood.
Timing is probably off.
When the person is allergic to bee stings, then the throat could swell causing breathing problems.
Lack of bile - this could indicate gall bladder of liver problems. Get it checked out....good luck
fibroids This is difficult to answer. Most periods problems are caused by pregnancy, fertility problems, PCOS or a hormonal imbalance. See your doctor.
You could have a slipping clutch which is not transmitting the drive correctly.
Ptobably a motor or trans mount. Have them checked out.
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there are quite a few wheel bearing problems on these and sometimes differentials front and rear
air mass sensor?
the clicking, when first starting, could be either the starter getting bad or the cylinoid. the sluggishness when it finally starts can be a couple things. clogged fuel filter, or could need a tune up. maybe next fill-up put some fuel injector cleaner in your tank.
she could have problems go see a doctor but it could be her having a bad dream but i still say go see a professional
a 2002 Alero could have several problems causing the overheating. Thermostat, water pump, or clogged radiator issues are the most common causes of overheating.
It could be different reasons. Personally I had a similar problems and replacing fuel injector relay fixed it for now.
You could have ignition problems if it is the engine causing the jerk.
You could get very fat causing Heart Burn, Cancer and several more reactions
No This Should Be Discussed With Your Doctor. Many Things Could Be Causing This. Depression, Diet, Potassum Problems, Ect. This Is Not Normal. GOD BLESS
It could be something as simple as gas or the start of gall bladder problems. It's best to see your doctor for a proper diagnosis.
a friend can be your life partner when he/ she is able to understand and support you. also when he starts taking your problems as his/ her ow.