the flyweel has a crack in it it should get quiter when the engine warms up or when your going you will have to replace it Track down the source of the rattle it could be something as simple as a loose heat shield on your catalytic converter or serious like a cracked flywheel. have someone hold the brake while the car is in drive and listen under the car till you find where the noise is loudest.
This is happening to my car right now and Im just getting the car idling fixed. It can't be for sure, but your car may need the idling checked.
my idling on my 2001 ford focus is not idling correct, tried to adjust idling but there is no screw or way to adjust why?
start your car then drive
I wish I knew. My car makes the same noise after its sitting after being driven.
You cannot drive very fast with a fix-a-flat sealant in the tire. The exact speed depends on the weight of the car.
Same place you would go to fix a left hand drive. Parts are basically the same just on the right side.
fix my car
Bash it with a rubber mallet while it is rattling. Seriously. Mine stopped.
Replace it and do not drive this car again until you do.
My Toyota corola 1.6gl 1989mod 16valve, lost the idling. wat can i do to fix it?
The car needs a tune-up, or the motor mount(s) are bad.
bearing is out,replace motor.
Then they have a choice to not drive anymore, or pay a lot to fix their car.
it could be, its an easy fix, you just have to balance your tires
Take it back to the dealership and get them to fix it. Mine rattled and needed some type of adjustment. Good as new now.
No, bulb needs replacing.
There are innumerable points for the leak, cost for repair will depend on where it is. You can drive the car only if the leak is minor and the temperature gauge shows normal temperature.
Fuel filter was replaced less than a year ago. Battery is original, factory. Car ('02 Saturn SL1) has about 125,000 miles on it. Problem is intermittent and usually occurs after car has been running and is turned off and back on. One final note: The car will turn over, run, all electrical works, no dimming of headlights. Car can be driven but will stall when idling later. Quick fix seems to be simply turning the car off then back on immediately.
Give a try to Seafoam, you can get in AutoZone (~$10). Instructions are on the bottle.
If you mean limited slip, and when you do a burn out and only one is spinning that is normal
a challenge is that you need to help them to fix lots and lots of cars on winter because in winter there are ice and if your car slipped and it will broke when you are in a drive and 200 when you drive..........................................................................................................................................................................
The problem with car auctions is that you can't take the car out for a test drive. If you find a car very cheap and you know how to fix it, buying at a car auction may be worth while. Otherwise, it's probably not.
one problem is noisy targa top, creaks and rattles. there's a fix for it, but I haven't tried it.
If fixing the car was in the contract of purchase, then they are obligated to fix it. If the car was sold as-is, then you have no legal recourse and must fix the car yourself. You own the car. You cannot return it for a refund, once you sign papers, it is your car. You could sign the papers and drive off the lot, the car could break into two peices and it would still be your car.
Well basically you can "do" what ever you want, but if you wanted to be on the safe side I'd suggest you fix the car first. Submitted from your friend, Ashley:)