Quite possibly you may need the trans serviced. Probably has a partially clogged trans filter.
Yes, clogged ears can cause dizziness. When there is fluid trapped inside the ear, the increased pressure can cause dizziness and possibly vertigo.
Low of A/T fluid, clogged filter, or worn bands.Low of A/T fluid, clogged filter, or worn bands.
Defective thermocouple or possibly a dirty or clogged pilot orifice.
Call a ac repair man if the central air is freezing up. It more then likely is the coils are clogged which they have special chemicals to clean or it needs more Freon.
Try changing the water pump or you may have a clogged radiator
possibly a clogged catalytic converter
Possibly air conditioner drain hose is clogged
Possibly a fuel line or clogged valve
A partially clogged converter can get red hot. It could possibly start a fire.
Possibly clogged fuel filter
Possibly sucked some trash from the bottom of the tank... or a clogged fuel filter..
Possibly clogged fuel filter or fuel pump is failing.
Could possibly be the electric fuel pump is not producing enough pressure. Or the fuel filter is clogged from not changing it, or a bad load of gas clogged it. Perform fuel pressure test if filter is OK
Possibly fuel filter, possibly a worn fuel pump, possibly an electronic component that fails when hot. Possible clogged catalytic converter.
Try flushing the cooling system, also ensure air has been bled from your system. might try checking hoses, could be clogged.
old car lots of miles possibly, clogged injectors, bad spark, lose compression......
Eventually it will become partially clogged making the fuel pump work harder and possibly burning it up. It can also become so clogged that no fuel reaches the engine and the engine will not run.
This might be due to a clogged fuel filter. They are inexpensive & should be fairly easy to replace.
A Ford Explorer that runs rough may be experiencing a clogged fuel filter, dirty air filter, or worn spark plugs. A proper tune-up can solve most problems associated with an engine running rough.
Hello,I would check where you get your gas possibly it contains water some do,i would also run fuel injector cleaner for a few tanks then se if it improves your injectors might be dirty or getting clogged from dirt or bad fuel,then if it still does it i would suspect if they have one possibly a clogged fuel filter restricting fuel
easiest way to check pcv is to pull it out of where it is and shake it if it rattles, it is good. if it does not rattle it is clogged up and needs replacing
Possibly a clogged fuel filter. or faulty fuel pump, amongst other things
Clogged drain line downstream of basement sink or possibly problem with venting.