On a 1997 Mazda Protege 15L automatic when gas pedal is pressed it does not accelerate acc to the rpm about 3K hesitates slow pickup shakes at idle how can this be fixed?
You should check your spark plug wires. That's gonna be it
Try not to use that word: it's rarely even used. I would use "automatic feature" or the noun that would accompany the word "automatic." "The automatic settings of the door are limited: they will only open automatically if the button is pressed." "The automatic features of that door have been disabled."
Why does my 2001 Mitsubishi shogun pinin stall when i accelerate. It starts ok and idles ok but when the accelerator is pressed it dies?
No, they are no 'sealed bearings.' They have inner and outer conical bearings that must be pressed out, packed with grease, and pressed in. There is also a seal for them. The Inner bearings are pressed into the knuckle, the outer bearings are pressed onto the hub. The hub is then pressed into the knuckle.
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Assuming the Dodge has an automatic transmission, the transmission may be low on ATF or the transmission is on its way out. I think the contributor is referring to a Fairground 'Dodgem' car, ie an electric car on a rink. - Many will not move till pedal is pressed flat to prevent small children from driving on their own -
I had the same thing happen on my Mazda Bongo. it seems that in my case it was because the 2nd button down on the automatic gear shift was inadvertently pressed when I shifted from reverse to drive. On my Bongo there are two buttons on the gear shift, the top to release the shift lock to change to a different gear and a second button below that, which when pressed, holds a particular gear…
Pure olive oil is oil pressed from olives with no other ingredients. It may be "cold pressed" or "hot pressed." Cold pressed yields less oil but is of higher quality. Hot pressed yields more oil, but is of lower quality. Extra Virgin and Virgin olive oil are the highest quality, and have the mildest flavor.
The colour of a mango is no indication of ripeness as skin colour varies greatly. A ripe mango should yield when gently pressed with your fingers. A firm mango can be encouraged to ripen by leaving them out in a warm room in a brown bag or by placing them near bananas which can help accelerate the ripening process.
cold pressed means that they press foods like olives at room temperature to extract there oils. these are much more expensive. hot pressed means they heat the food up and add chemicals to help extract more oil. some foods like sesame seeds need to be hot pressed because they hold such little oil. hot pressed oils have low flavor notes and are much cheaper.