Needs a Tune up
NAPA and Precision Tune and Auto Zone have a free analyzer check. Use it.
Might be time for a tune up, new plugs, fuel filter, pcv valve, cap and rotor and wires if aplicable.
Could be the mechanic set the throttle control too high, so your car idles at a higher RPM than it used to. Timing was set wrong. your car should be better after a tune, perhaps the tuner made a mistake or did not do the tune correctly
that is a computer problem you will need the proper reader for it and that is about 4000 so just take it in it is only about 40-60 dollars and they will tune it right
how do i tune up my 5a toyota engine
I perform diesil engine tune up to avoid engine trubol
More than likely... Tune up, or vacuum leak
the shorter pipes are higher-pitched.
It probably needs a tune up. My 1998 Mazda 626 was idling very rough, so I did a tune-up by replacing the spark plugs and wires. This made the engine run better, but the rought idling continued. I took it to my mechanic, and he found a vacuum leak somewhere, and $270 later, it idles smooth as glass
diesel engine tune up-valve adjustment,bleeding,on time method,change oil,change filter
No spark plugs on a diesel.
I've had this problem a couple of times with my 96 Ford Explorer. Either: 1. The car needs a tune up 2. A sensor is out and the car needs a tune up 3. Something is wrong with idle . . . needs to be checked The real answer is that you need to get to a mechanic asap . . . When the idle was loose, the car would die, but when a tune up was needed it ran rough without fully dying . . .
Mostly by engine temperature but also the sound of the engine.
It's more about the tune-if you have enough fuel, strong enough pistons/rods/crank, etc., with the correct tune, you can have a huge or a small turbo on an engine. If you just put a bigger turbo on a vehicle and do not add fuel and tune, your engine will suffer.
take it to a mechanic for a diagnostic
Your car needs a tune up or need a new engine. The air condition puts load on your engine and if it stalls then it needs a tune up.
You can tune a Maruti automobile 800 carburetor engine by adjusting the fuel and air intake adjustment screws. With the engine running, turn the adjustment screws to obtain the proper idling speed.
Tune the high E string clockwise.
You can shift or you can tune the strings higher (which I don't recommend doing).
Have system scanned if check engine light is on. I would check for vacuum leak and if none were found do a tune-up if due. May need a fuel system check ,,,,fuel regulator, fuel injector, fuel filter. Could be throttle position sensor or crankshaft position sensor. Could be a computer problem.
Could be a misfire. In need of a tune up.
depends on the engine
It means it probably needs a tune up.