I had an experience with a 1993 Colt that died for no aparent reason. It was the catalytic converter had suddenly gotten stopped up from rust flaking off the inside of the exhaust manifold. You can test this by taking the exhaust pipe loose from the exhaust manifold and see if the car will start.
5W30 would be fine, I believe that is the recommended viscosity for the Mitsubishi motor in that vehicle, also 5W20 or 10W30 would be fine during the summer.
well the best would be 4wd but if you have a 2wd then a FWD would be the best
There is no such model as a 2008 Dodge Raider in the united states. The vehicle was produced from 1987-1989. However, a modern incarnation of this vehicle is the Mitsubishi Raider. A rough estimation of a 2008 Mitsubishi Raider Extended cab with standard equipment, 24,000 miles, and in good condition is $9,225. This was obtained from www.KBB.com, and will vary by location and the condition/mileage/equipment of the actual vehicle in question.
A dodge pickup 1500 would stall out while driving because of a defective air filter.
I would hope not, anyone driving Nissan's would be in big trouble.
The 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer only came with 4 wheels installed on the vehicle, and 1 spare wheel stored in the trunk. Each wheel has 1 tire mounted on it for a total of 5 tires. If you wanted to put 15 tires on it, you would have to stack another 10 tires on top of the vehicle. Driving around like that would be illegal in all 50 states.
i think the montaro would take on the dodge but most likely keep up
Depends entirely on the vehicle you're driving and the fuel usage of that vehicle. Divide the average miles per gallon of the vehicle you're driving into 166 and you will have your answer.
Yes, If your are driving your friends vehicle then they are required to schedule you for coverage, otherwise you would be an uninsured driver. If you are asking can your friend add you and your vehicle then that would depend on what your friends financial interest is in your vehicle. If your friend has no insurable interest in your vehicle then it would be unlawful for them to add it to their policy. But they can certainly and are in fact required to add you to their policy if you are driving the friends owned vehicle.
when driving, take note of the speedometer.....
Depends on what they were doing, and who was driving. They were pretty evenly matched.
Probably the alternator.
Fuel filter and fuel pump needs to be replaced.
The employer would be responsible especially if you were driving for work purposes.
"As with all driving jobs, it depends on what type of vehicle you will be driving. If you would be driving a larger truck, for instance, you would need special training and license for that type of vehicle. Checking with your local licensing branch would be a good place to start what type of training is required."
Low fuelage or The cimbination Of low fuelage and a steep incline.
1> I would be thinking about whose driving it. 2> I would be thinking about how many people are in the vehicle. 3> Wonder what the model is ? 4> Wish I'd be driving it on free road. 5> I wish some one would come to meet me in that vehicle.
Since the Viper is currently not in production, the answer would be the Challenger SRT
The same way you would park any other vehicle. Legally.
Aircraft speed limit is 20 knots, I would figure a vehicle speed limit would be nearly the same.
that depends on how much fast are you driving.. i mean speed of the vehicle..
The Dodge Dart was considered an intermediate size vehicle. A half ton or three quarter ton vehicle would refer to pick-up trucks.
The price of a 2003 Dodge Ram will vary depending on the condition and mileage of the vehicle. As an average the 2003 Dodge Ram 1500 would cost $9,196.
Would be cited for driving without a licensed driver, it is up to the officer if he wants to impound the vehicle, but this can also happen.
That would depend on the mpg the vehicle you are driving gets and the price of fuel. Neither of which you list.