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# How do you fix a 1998 Camaro 3800 v6 with an acceleration problem past 3000 rpms?

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Check plug wires I had this problem with my 1999 camaro new wires fixed it.

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F = ma, or a = F/m So, a = F (300 N or kg*m/s2) / mass (3000 kg) a = 0.1 m/s2Acceleration is 0.1m/s2 (Acceleration = Force/mass)

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Just use Newton's Second Law. That is, divide the force by the acceleration.

The idea is to use Newton's Second Law: force = mass x acceleration. Solving for acceleration: acceleration = force / mass. Pressumably, the acceleration is in meters per square second; the answer will be in kilograms.

Since 120 is a factor of 3000, it is automatically the GCF of this problem.

Restoring a 1970 Camaro depends on what packages are bought, as well as what needs to be restored or fixed for the car. Restoring can cost at least \$3000-\$5000 for basic restoration.

The torque rating for your stock 1968 Camaro 327 cubic inch engine is 235 pounds at 3000 RPMs. The torque rating at 3500 RPMs is 255 pounds.

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There are 1000 millions in a billion, so the question becomes 3000/1000 = 3.So if the problem as stated was an arithmetic one, the answer is 3 billion.If the problem was grammatical, the answer becomes "three thousand million."

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If we make this in an algebra problem, then we ask 2000(x percent)=3000 x percent is 3000/2000=1.5 or 150 percent bigger.

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We'll assume that the force is given in newtons, andthat the car's acceleration is 2.0 meters/second2 .F = M AM = F/A = 3,000/2 = 1,500 kilograms

I have this same problem with my B3000. The only results I have found is that the IAC (idle air control) sensor needs to be changed. Also, you could try cleaning the throtle body plate and sensor. This could be causing your truck to not realease the throtle body when engaging clutch.

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the equation to use here is Force=Mass x acceleration, or, F=MA. It is a newtonian equation. 3000N of force = 200Kg x acceleration rearrange the equation to get: acceleration = 3000N/200kg a newton, in SI units is a mKg/s2. We can write this into the equation acceleration = 3000mKg/s2/200kg The kilogram unit cancels out and you get acceleration = 15m/s2 This means that for every second, the speed of the object increases by 15m/s

From: f = m * a, then a = f / m, so : &gt; acceleration ((m/s)/s) = 3000 (n) / 1000 (kg) &gt; = 3 metres per second increase in velocity every second.

I have 104,000 miles on my 1998 passat. 3000 is an ok deal, but make sure the timing belt has been replaced. I just had to spend \$850 to get my timing belt, water pump and thermostat replaced.

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