yes,if the inner vacuum bladder is cracked it could cause a vacuum leak,this could cause a problem at idle also.
could be the engine mounts. could because of early detonation, which could be caused by overheating. it also could be a rod knock, which is more likely if it keeps shaking during acceleration and higher rpm's. first thing to check would be if its too hot, watch the temp guage, and make sure it doesnt get too high.
A vacuum leak can cause this problem. Also an incorrect idle could be the culprit. Check these before looking for possible fuel or firing issues.
The year, make, model and engine info would help but in general it could be a vacuum leak or time for a tune up.
That could be the low oil pressure warning.That could be the low oil pressure warning.
The plural is vacuums. (could be vacuum cleaners, or separate situations of a vacuum)
have u had the check engine light checked for the code? if not take it to auto-zone parts house and they check it free. also check for a vacuum leak
definant possibility. with a broken motor mount, the engine will lift up during acceleration thus causing vibration.
I seek the vacuum of space. Who'll vacuum the living room? That's a powerful vacuum cleaner.
-- With the distance the mass moved and the time it took, all you can find is its average speed during that time. -- If you had its two different distances at two different times, then you could find an acceleration. -- With an acceleration and the mass, you can then find the force on it.
Putting in bad fuel can cause theÊengine to buck during acceleration on a 1999 Dodge Durango. There could also be a problem with the fuel filter or dirty spark plugs.
The gold mine has a warning siren.
Some reasons for stalling on acceleration are a vacuum leak, a failing throttle sensor, or a clogged fuel filter. There could also be a problem with the fuel injectors, or a loose or broken wire in the electrical system, or one of a number of other things.
Positive acceleration could be called "speeding up" if you felt like it.
The warning sound in this vehicle could be a couple different things. The first being the doors ajar the second could be the seat belt warning also.
Could be a multitude of different things, I am trying to fix that same problem. Could be bad a throttle position sensor, a leaking or detached vacuum hose or a dirty fuel filter is what I've heard.
I would suspect a vacuum leak. Replace or repair all vacuum hoses under the hood.But before you do that (that could be very Costly) spend the the money and have a Diagnostic Test done 9 out 10 times it will pin point the problem.
It is more than likely afraid of the vacuum because it knows that the vacuum makes noise and that the vacuum could turn back on.
Here is an example sentence with the word 'acceleration':I could feel the acceleration of the roller coaster as the wind whipped wildly against my hair.
It could also be de-acceleration i.e slowing down.
Could use more info such as year, make, model, engine and if it has a carburetor or is it fuel injected. More info.....Here is a list of the most common causes of engine hesitation during acceleration: bad spark plugs bad spark plugs wires a dirty fuel filter a dirty air filter a bad carburetor dirty fuel injectors Faulty vacuum advance vacuum lines incorrectly routedincorrect timing vacuum leak(s) incorrect fuel pressure (fuel injected) faulty accelerator pump (carburetor) contaminated fuel (water, etc) faulty egr valve operation faulty temp sensor (ECM controlled vehicle)
If the car is cutting out on acceleration it could be a few things. One thing could be the fuel filter is clogged; the filter is located under the right rear wheel. Another reason could be an air leak somewhere in the intake system, there is a black rubber boot over the air box that if worn could be cracked so on acceleration could let air in causing the car to run bad. Check the whole intake area for vacuum leaks are other breaks in the system.
the car could be traveling in a straight line and slowing down (negative acceleration), speeding up (positive acceleration) or maintaining constant speed (zero acceleration).
It could.It could.
No. A negative acceleration could mean a change in direction