clean/replace distributor cap clean/replace spark plugs replace spark plug wires fuel injector cleaner may help, if equiped with a TBI or injection carburetor cleaner for carbs. check timing change fuel filter. replace catalaytic converter. does it smoke. if so what color? (blue, burning oil, black flooding,etc) does exaust smell like fuel (first5),rotting eggs(cat.conv.). does it backfire or diesel ( timing,incomplete burning).
Obviously, if a goldfish is being "slugish" it must be sick.
Some are lazy, slugish, drowsy, and dull .
The person will feel slugish and tired.
yes it would become very slugish..
vacuum leak or 02 sensor
Take him/her out of their cage to walk around and bring toys so it can get exercise. If you think your guinea pig is sick, take him to the vet.
Check you APV valves.. They can get gummed up and cause poor performance.
If he is more slugish than normal and not eating any thing also check to see if he has any outer symptoms of other dieseases
because the need it to go for a run. other words so they have energy and won,t feel slugish
if the fuel FILTER is cloged then the car either wont start if it is real bad or before that it will be real slugish especially going up hills.
Yes, The vacuum advance advances the timing to help on acceleration and also will increase gas mileage.
Have you checked the ignision timing. Check the firing order as well
you will have a knock sensor code and the car will run slugish. when a knock sesor code is set its retards the timing so the engine will not detonate. the easyiest way to fix it is relocating the sensor.
That could be a number of things. I would bring it to a dealer, because they can check the O2 sensor on those early fuel injection systems. The O2 sensor determines how rich or lean to run the engine by monitoring the exhaust gasses. My friends 92 GMC had this sensor go out on him and it went out reading "rich", and would flood out when trying to start, then pump so much gasoline when driving that you could smell it in the cab. Yours probably died out in the "lean" or idle position, and dose not respond when you want to accelorate. Explaining your slugish driving. Your transmission bands, and fluid may be another thing to look into, but really look into the O2 sensor Hope this helps.
Did you change the fuel filter?
i just changed the plugs on my 1979 frod 400 ci truck, and i had a similar problem. new platinum plugs, idles good in park, but feels like its slugish in acceleration. right now im actually getiing info on gapping my spark plugs and it sounds like that's what your car needs too.
Really google earth is not better than maps google earth on iphone/itouch is slugish and does not run very fast unless you have a good service in the area i recomend sticking to maps on your iphone it's better for portable phones.
Sounds like a swirl control solenoid problem. Its a Nissan only part and its expensive! $500-$800 job
lizards hibernate usually hibernate from the mid of fall and all through winter. dont be scared if your lizard wont eat it is very common. i have an uromastyx and she does the same thing . lizards get really slugish during hibernation. u will usualy see them wake up more in the spring and be through happy and awake selfs.
No. Android has far better applacations, hardwear, layout and performance. Blackberry app world has just over 500 aplactions, whereas android market had over 3000,000. Blackerry are also prone to slugish behaviour and constant freezing. I'd recomend an android, as you'll get a much better smartphone :) x
first i would change the tranny fluid and filter. if not the the thottle position sensor may be going bad.
If the converter is running excessively hot it's because you're getting too much fuel into the exhaust. You may have a sticking injector or possibly a plugged air cleaner.
Typically you'll want to change your oil every 3,000 miles, but in most cases the 'maintenance required' light should go on indicating when you should take care of the oil and other duties. Usually the car will seem slugish and not pick up as fast as you're used to, which is a common sign of your car needed an oil change.
Their are a number of reasons this or any engine can run with low power. The ignition module may be failing. Check the condition and gap of the spark plugs. Look at the distributor cap and rotor. Do research and find out how to read the car's codes and see if those may reveal what the problem is. Fuel injectors clogged or partially clogged, these are just a few of many possible reasons.
Scan your engine and I am almost certain you have a o2 sensor problem . the o2 sensor may be slugish , not bad enough to trigger a MIL. scan and see if sensor output oscilation is at least 2 hz. with amplitude +.8v to +.25V. if you gont understand this just take a printout and show it to your repair guy.