Usually the engine will sputter and almost stall when you rev in quickly while in Park or Neutral. It is usually intermittant and can be confused with a plugged cat converter. After if falls on its face it will recover and seem to run properly.
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loose bolt on distributer will allow distributer to move worn or stretched timing belt or chain can slip or jump out of timing broken tooth on timing gears If it's an older engine, with points, they just wear out.
NO. You need to REPLACE whats worn out.
Either the cam gear or distributor gear are completely worn out or the more probable. The gear on the distributor is installed using a roll pin. It's possible this is worn out and broken.
To answer this question it would be helpful to have more information for example if your vehicle is older with high miles a worn out distributer can cause this problem
Perhaps: Bad fuel (water in fuel or tank) Timing out of adjustment--Worn timing chain (stretched) or gears? Bad distributer?
You cannot tell if it is worn nor if it is about to break. That is why they are replaced at a set mileage. Looking at it will tell you nothing.
I had to change the distributer completely out of my truck it had over 210k on the engine. The distributer was worn out. The control module which I believe is located either on the distributor (special socket needed) or on the inner fender.
Sounds like the shock is loose, or the shock bushing is worn out.
Worn rings or valve guides, possibly. You should check compression to ensure is kosher.
If the electrical components are good (plugs, wires, distributer, roter), then it is probably a worn carburator.
The rocks are worn away when rain falls.It takes many years. You can tell a rock has started to be worn away if it has cracks in it. Hope that helps
Her incisors will be worn down right to the gums, making it diffict for her to bite off blades of grass.
There are generally two reasons for this to happen...low fluid and worn bands in the tranny. Low fluid is easy to fix..add fluid. Worn bands is much harder and expensive to replace.
Look at it's teeth how worn they are ect.
Wheel balancing or alignment? Asymmetrically worn tires? Front end damage leading to imbalance?
Sounds like the shock bushings are worn out are loose.
if your rotors r worn you see little groves on them that go all the way around these grove tend to have a rust color
THERE IS A CHANCE IF THE DOME LIGHT IS STAYING ON IT IS NOT THE THE DOOR SWITCH, BUT WORN DOOR HINGE BUSHINGS,
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A bad oil pump, bearings worn to the degree where the oil passs through them too easy, or an oil that's too runny.
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Appearance and measurement of the throat of the barrel, using a wear guage.
The chain will become noisy and you may experience poor performance.