well, it sounds like u have a clogged idle speed control valve, carbon deposits are to blame, u can always take it out and clean it since it is a fairly expensive item(about$500)
Excessive revving of an engine causes overpressure in the crankcase. It causes unhealthy expansion in the pistons and the valves.
Two big causes of noise pollution are vehicles (cars, trucks, car horns, revving engines, planes, ect) and loud music.
bad or going bad alternator belt
Revving up and down is usually a symptom of a dirty air filter.
Injectors, timing, low cylinder pressure.
NO it will not. Over revving engine, Rocker are adjusted to tight, Bad lifter. These are some common causes of that.
An atom is by definition neutral. A collection of particles is called an atom if it has the same number of protons as electrons, and thereby has a neutral charge.
The two most common causes are either an overheating issue or over revving the engine. If over heating is the cause then the head could also be warped.
High mileage Abuse/over-revving Lack of engine oil or incorrect oil Lack of oil & filter changes
an atom becomes neutral if the atom has an equal number of electrons and protons.
Miss fire on any car is usually ignition related. Checking the spark plugs & wires is a good start.
There are several causes for variation that occur within a population. Some of these causes include neutral mutations, sexual reproduction, and diploidy.
If its a 4x4 it's in neutral probably
Loose wires. Corroded connectors.
the atom possesses an equal number of electrons as protons
It being in neutral or park.
The equal number of positive and negative electrical charges.
That is the neutral safety switch making the click sound.
A vacuum leak (Brake booster).
neutral safety switch is out
It is slightly alkaline to neutralise the acid in the stomach, what ultimately causes hear burn.
There is no such thing as a 'phase to neutral' fault. You are thinking of a 'line to neutral' fault. A line to neutral fault often occurs when the insulation between a line conductor and a neutral conductor breaks down and fails. This results in a short circuit which causes a large line current to flow and which should cause any overcurrent protection device to operate and disconnect the line.
What does the neutral safety switch cause. Does it cause serious hesitation or what make the car want to stop or what because that is what my car is doing . And I'm told that this switch is the problem.