your foot...the more you push the gas pedal the higher the gauge goes, otherwise... a bad gauge (most expensive--and rare) or a bad SIGNAL to gauge(less expensive and common)...read up on the circuit testing..:) everyone should have a manual for their vehicle, and the local library should have a SHOP manual available in the reference section--make copies of the right info and read up..you'll be a pro in no time ...good luck:)
mass air flow sensor
because the engine needs to have a 20 seconds RPMs
The spark plug gap can cause the RPMs to fluctuate, while idling. The more probable cause of the fluctuating RPMs is a bad camshaft.
Sounds like transmission trouble, check the transmission fluid level.
Have you checked your exhaust system, your catalytic converter may be pluged.
check for a vacuum leak on the throttle body
Look -- down behind the battery Has 1 bolt in it, and wires connected to it, here a pic of one
2000 Dodge Ram Van need help my transmission down shifts and won't upshift
because the engine automatically revs up when it encounters the resistance of the ac clutch kicking in so it doesnt die or put un-needed stress on the engine at idle speed
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check engine mounts
When you are shifting gears, your RPMs will go down because your clutch is being pressed. If your RPMs don't go back up when you release your clutch, you should see a mechanic.
Chances are it is a stuck fuel injector, or possibly a vacuum line leak.
I would look for a vacuum leak under the hood. If the check engine light is on have an auto parts store read the code(s). The code(s) will help you find the source of the problem.
You can do it at pretty much any RPMs, so long as your timing is right. I can hit gears upshifting at 1300 or 1900 RPMs with no problem. What the ideal shift range is will depend on the engine. As a general rule of thumb, most people say 1400 - 1600 RPMs... personally, I like to shift a bit higher, and drop back down into the powerband when I go into the next gear, so that the engine isn't as prone to bogging down.
Check the engine for proper cylinder compression. If the pressure is low then a blown head gasket could be leaking and causing the problem.
yes,as long as when your warming it up keep the rpms down
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I would check the TPS Without looking at it that would be my best guess.
what causes particles to slow down and contract
Advertised HorsePower is stright out of A CHILTON manual: And it says that the 1981 454 truck Engine With a 4-barrel has 210 HP. @ 3800 RPMs. The 1985 and 86 year 454 had 230 HP. @ 3800 RPMs. From 1984 down to 1979 454 engines had 210 HP @ 3800 RPMs.
It will if you are free reving the engine with out it being in gear. If you are driving it hard down the road and it is kicking in then you may need to have the engine scanned with an OBDII engine scanner and make sure you don't have a problem in the system.
Gear down protection... it's a feature programmed into the ECM to prevent excess RPMs, which, in turn, protects the engine.
Shifting up or down is directly related to the rpm. of the motor. It will vary with the motorcycle motor size.
Why is the gas padle so hard to push down