bad carb adjustment or a dirty carb (Get a tune up or try a bottle of sea foam from your local auto store) *Some older cars with lock-up torque converters can have a failed TCC (torque converter clutch) circuit. This stalls the engine as the converter is locked solid, connecting the engine to the wheels.
A low idle speed can cause this.
outboard motor will start and idle, but dies out under load
Sounds like a motor mount or a transmission problem.......
crankshaft sensor going.
A 3-phase motor can be slow by:- 1. BY INCREASING THE NUMBER OF POLE PAIR. 2. BY USING GEAR.
It needs adjusted it is still engaging. just like when it is running in Neutral and you put it in first gear it idles down more so than typical of a bike doesnt it ?
check that choke is operating correctly
You may have a faulty coil. Check mass air flow sensor
THE MOTOR DRIVES THE PUMP.
No, you may have to check your idle. You can change the idle so when you put it into gear it will not die. You must make sure that the engine is warm when you adjust the idle or it may make it hard to start when the engine is cold. When it idles in park or neutral it should sound a little higher than when it it idles in gear or drive or reverse.
if you got an automatic depending on what gear it is you may need a 2800 or 3500 rpm stall in your torque converter call a transmission shop if that's it they will help you
the gear motor is normally worked by induction and DC motor the gears is the worked of change in motor function
The trans won't cause it to die. Try changing the fuel filter.
if the kickstand is down, the safety switch will kill motor. or it may be defected.
At the back end of the engine is a large ring gear connected to the engine crankshaft. If there is a starter (some engines do not have starters) it will be mounted in the engine such that the bendix gear of the starter can engage the ring gear and spin the crankshaft. It's called a bendix because it jumps out to engage the ring gear (while the starter motor is running) and retracts off of the ring gear once the engine is running (starter motor no longer running). It is typically access from under the car. If you must replace it, let the engine cool off first. Otherwise the starter will be just as hot as the engine is.
Starter motor ring gear is a large gear cog that fits around the circumference of the flywheel on rear of engine. When the starter motor spins, its 'Bendix' engages this gear to rotate the crankshaft..
It is quite possible that your clutch is not disengaging the transmission from the motor. Also, your synchros could be bad, which would not allow it to go into gear.
yes a RC motor
If a 1989 Honda Accord is experiencing idle issues the idle air control valve should be checked. A malfunctioning valve will cause the engine to run richer to compensate for less air and cause the car to have bad fuel economy.
gear 3 That would be the drive gear, the gear that gear drives would be the driven gear.
If it doesn't repeat the sound while the engine is running, especially accelarating or decellerating, it is probably related to the starter pinion gear or the flywheel/flexplate ring gear. When the starter gear engages the flywheel/flexplate, there is a small portion of gear tooth missing. It starts to catch and slips, slamming into the next gear and then engaging. Eventually, you'll lose another and yet another tooth, producing a dead spot to an extent the car won't start.
Yes. They do sell a window motor GEAR KIT.
Gear lube is thicker than both ATF and motor oil.Gear lube is thicker than both ATF and motor oil.
Mine did this and I found out it was the timing belt that needed to be changed.
if the motor is turning then it could be off the track or a gear might be stripped.
Gear oil should be changed every 4,000 to 5,000 miles. Motor oil should be changed every 3,000 miles to keep the engine running clean.