Is this an automatic tranny? If so, an incorrect fluid type may have been put into the trans after replacing the axles causing a shudder.
Check all motor/trans mounts.It needs a front end alignment, you move the setting when youchenged the cvjoints.answercvs should not make car shudder on acceleration i would try wheel alignment, and check drive shaft U-joints
Poor or low quality axles - like you might buy at Checker or O'Reiley can sometimes cause this sort of shudder or vibration. I have never had this issue when using OEM parts, however they are much more costly.
I had the same problem with a 1992 Park Avenue with the 3800 engine. I first replaced the electronic ignition but that did not fix the problem. I then replaced the crankshaft heat sensor. That fixed my problem.
you might want to check your motor mounts...I had one gone ..had it replaced...month later gone again...Now I had it replaced again and havent had any problems.
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I replaced the lock on my 2003 Suzuki Areio hatchback and now I find it is starting to stick again, I was wondering if this is a common problem with this model?
I replaced mine at 100kmiles. I hear its a common problem. Think I paid about $500. I bet it goes out again.
I had the same problem before. All I hear is a click when I try to turn the ignition on. I just replaced the starter motor and never had that problem again.
My 92 PA had the same problem. After it cooled down it would start again. The crank and the cam sensors were found to be bad. These were replaced and I have had no problem since.
yas he did get replaced but came back again
It can be the heating block, which only needs to be replaced before you start getting warm air again.
don't start a fight with the person who replaced you or the replacement. just make another group of friends to hang out with you or talk to your group of friends about the problem and share the spotlight with your friends again.
he tries it again and again and again!
That usually happens when the front brake rotors are out of round. It is a common problem, and they can either be replaced or re-ground so that they are true again.
I have an 88 ss that had the same problem. I replaced the distributor cap and it ran like new again. hope this helps
I had the same problem with the same year car. I've replaced the resistor several times. It works for months & then it stops working again. I think this is the 4th time I replaced the resistor, it is working okay now. I think it is a defect in with this cars fan system. I had a similar problem with my 2001 Sebring Convertible. I had the blower motor replaced, and now the fan works perfectly.
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I had one do this and I had to change the brake calipers. Problem was gone.
My 1990 Honda Civic Hatchback had a similar problem where it overheated on a seemingly random basis. I first replaced the thermostat, but that did not fix the problem. Then I replaced the water pump, again with no positive result. Finally, I replaced the radiator, which fixed the problem. As it turned out, the radiator had pinhole leaks that caused the problem. Also, when it comes to a leaking radiator, I do not suggest the 'quick fix' of additives to the radiator water that plug holes and stop leaks. These additives can cause more problems than they resolve. The best solution is to replace the radiator.
I had the same problem with my 1995 LHS. The only remedy is to carry a set of pliers in your glove box. I replaced the cable handle once but it broke again.
If you replaced the hose and it happened again, it's probably an over-pressure condition. If you HAVEN'T replaced the hose, try it. I had this exact problem. I put a screw type clamp on it instead of the spring type. took care of that problem..
Hi, my slk had a gearbox problem. the car would stop after a couple of miles and just rev up. after waiting for a while, off it would go again for another few miles and stop again. I replaced the gearbox for a 2nd hand one, which i got really cheap from dronsfiled spares for £400. i have never had any bother again.
Acceleration is zero velocity is constant at 8m every second acceleration is the gradient of velocity and the gadient of a constant = 0
Could be a problem with the wiring from the computer to the sensor.
My 88 had a similar problem, replaced all the ignition system, plugs, coil, leads distributor cap & rotor. Then fuel filter, found a problem in the return fuel regulator and replaced it, problem starten again after 6 months and sourced the problem to the fuel pump. There was not enough fuel coming through on startuo and accelleration and used to backfire as well. Aussie Bill
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