How to drive through speed bump with manual car without car jerking?
I would recommend to go with angle 15-20 degrees. In this case wheels go through the bump one by one.
Could you help me I bought a used car for daughter to drive to college-two days later the car jerking so bad when You first drive it then stops jerking after 5 miles the motor gets really hot?
There is probably more than one problem here. What type of car, manual or automatic, millage. Reasonable acceleration with the jerking or poor. It is going to take a bit more information to start to figure a possible answer.
Drive through the tolls
Why won't a 1997 Mazda 626 not drive over 40 without jerking and acting like it wants to die and then it does die when stopped at a light. It does restart immediately.?
Start with replacing the fuel filter.
Drive on the roads. Use a GPS if you ave to.
Yes, you can drive through the UP of Michigan to Wisconsin without crossing another state.
Atlanta is a City so yes you can drive around the outside of it.
could be the motor mounts as to it jerking if its not the tranny..
yes, but you have to drive through virginia.
People drive a manual car by using a stick shift to control the car.
the wheels ar always linked to the axle and the drive shaft the drive shaft is disconnected in the transfer case
no because your car can die or the transmission might slip. you can have a clogged Fuel Injectors , your fuel filter can be dirty and need to be replaced. In so rare cases if your car is jerking to hard it can resulted in a bad transmission.
If You have Manual Locking Front Hubs, Then the 4 wheel drive will not work/drive the front 2 wheels at all without, Locking-Them-In . Do Not Lock and use the 4 wheel drive on Dry Pavement.
It has both, manual and automatic:)
No, you would have to go through Lake Michigan.
Without a specific cheat, driving through water does not work in Grand Theft Auto 3 nor will swimming.
I don,t drive car
through the spedo drive hole once the spedo drive removed. If auto, the oil is added down the dip stick hole. If manual, the speedo drive is used as a measure. Fill 'till the oil covers the drive cog when the drive is used as a dip stick. Chris
Only if the tires were made of molybdenum.
You don't cross a state peeps!
Yes you can go through Alabama
No, Cookeville itself is located in the mountains.
How do you figure out whether a particular car is front or rear wheel drive without having to look it up in the manual?
look underneath the car, if there's a long shaft coming from the engine to the rear its rear wheel drive if not its front
How do replace the drive shaft on a 1974 4hp Johnson outboard motor after replaceing the water impeller?
If you mean that you pulled the drive shaft out of the lower unit, then you must disassemble the lower unit in order to place the drive shaft back into the pinion gear. Then reassemble everything without pulling the drive shaft out again. (OOPS) I recommend a manual published by SELOC, or the OMC service manual, last I knew you obtain this from a company called Ken Cook.
What can I drive in Colorado without a lience
Check your manual..(4 wheel drive for dummies)
Neither. Racing is almost always in manual transmission.
Where is the fuse for the rear driver side brake light you have found the fuse board but without a manual you are at a loss?
You obviously know what make and model car you drive,please help the question answerers to help you by giving this information out.(Or go buy a manual).
Some of the places that one can go to find more information on how to drive a car with manual transmission are Car Talk and wikiHow. These resources can aid to teach someone the primary fundamentals of learning to drive using manual transmission.
If it's automatic, through the dipstick hole & if it's manual, special bolt on transmission. (close to the drive shaft)
Simple, you put the transmission in D and that is all you have to do. With a Manual you have to engage the clutch and shift through all the gears over and over as you drive.
If it is a manual trasmsiion, then yes. If it is an automatic transmission, then the answer is positively NO! Towing with the rear wheels down will damage the transmission. Remove the drive shaft.
Almost anyone does. Automatic transmission is only used by people who cannot drive a manual. Recent luxury cars and buses also use automatic transmission. Remember when you take your driver's exam with an automatic car, you will not be allowed to drive a manual. Given manual is the standard that is kind of a problem...
Why is the front end of my 2003 Lincoln Aviator grinding and sqeaking...metal on metal sound...and jerking the steering wheel when I drive?
Turn real sharp while moving and see if you feel the front wheels jerking
No! It is illegal to drive a car without a licence.
It's a shame to drive a subaru with an automatic transmission
== == you can't drive through the channel tunnel. It's a railway tunnel. When you arrive at the terminal (Folkestone or Calais) you check in - using a machine which scans your ticket without your having to leave your car - go through immigration and customs, and drive onto a train. The train takes bout half an hour to go through the tunnel, and at the other end you simply drive off and out into… Read More
depends; automatics are convenient and easier to drive but manual transmissions get better fuel mileage than an automatic.It depends on the way a person drives and where they drive. If you drive in backed up traffic a automatic would be better. But if you drive on open country roads with few stop signs a manual would better. If you are skilled driver a manual would be better. But if you are not a skilled driver… Read More
From the beginning on I85 to the end on I95 without traffic would be about 3.5-4hrs.
Sure most new or near new (Especially in the last 15 years) cars that have manual gearboxes are front wheel drive.
If you live in the US, it is illegal to drive without automobile insurance. It is advised NOT to drive without insurance. make them tow it or they can put their dealer plate on and let them drive it
auto to manual: only car they could find was an auto but they really wanted a manual, manual trans provides better fuel economy, sometime manual trans cars are quicker than auto trans cars. manual to auto: autos are easier to drive, dont know how to drive a manual and the only car they could find was a manual.
Yes. That si a way to have 4x4 available without having to get out of the car. The only catch is that you will have lower gas mileage since you are pushing the extra drive train , i.e. front wheels drive components. Even if the tires spin freely. Hi, I have a '97 w/manual hubs and my owner's manual tells me to never drive with the hubs locked in 2wd as it could cause damage… Read More
There are no rules which state you cannot drive without shoes in Australia.
It is not hard if you know how to drive a manual. If you're thinking about changing your transmission: Buy another car with an A/T instead. It is way more cost effective.
the speedometer wont work and quite likely the automatic transmission fluid or oil (manual trans) would leak out and the transmission would be ruined.
That would depend on the speed you are driving. If you could drive straight through without stopping or slowing at 60 MPH it would take you 129 minutes.
no a horse can not drive through Canada and Alaska
If you are citizen of a country which allows you to travel through EU, then answer is yes - you do not need any visa
Yes, by traveling north through Michigan's Upper Peninsula.