Bad tire? Rotate and see if thumping changes
This is because of rabbits communicating.
On my 2002 the ignition switch was hanging up causing a similar situation. A shot of WD40 into the key hole cleared it up, over a year ago.
It is most likely caused by a rotor that is warped. When you step on the brake pedal, the brake pads pulse against the uneven surface, causing a "thumping" you can feel. Other possibilities could include a bad wheel bearing or a tire that has tread that is separating.
This could be a loose exhaust bracket causing it to hit the underside on acceleration.
Could be at least two things - Electrical short - Electromagnetic coupling between power wires for ignition and window/roof motor control wires. Turn on power bleeds onto motor contol lines and induces a electrical current onto the wires causing them to run. Just a guess
Heater core has air in it and or plugging up.
I have a 95 Camaro as well with the same problem. My problem was that my cam was eating up my lifters, and then they tried to fix the problem, and adjusted the valves wrong -- thus causing the thumping noise.AnswerIf you hear it when first pulling out or turning from a stop, it could be loose or damaged motor mounts.
You may have a electrical short in your ignition switch or in your fuse relay box,check to see if any water may have gotten into the fuse box relays.
copper will not 'spark' causing ignition of the powder. Steel can produce a 'spark' causing the powder to ignite................
I had a problem with my 1999 silverado bacause of a faulty fuel pump it was causing my truck to cut off after running for a minute or two. After getting under the truck and listening to the fuel pump whine I was then able to determine that the pump was in need of replacement. The truck runs great now that I have replaced the pump. I didn't know what to do for my truck to get it running right so I replaced ignition coils, control modules, and even straight wired my ignition so the relay's wouldn't cause my truck not to crank properly.
the float in your tank is probably bad, causing inaccurate readings.
sends electrical impulses to the heart, causing it to beat more regularly
There is a short somewhere in the ignition system causing the fuse to burn out. Start by replacing the ignition switch to see if that helps.
The Term "Ignition module" can be applied to more than one item. On older cars with a Distributor and coil pack, the ignition module is an electrical switch that turns the power on and off to the coil, which in tern causes the coil to generate a spark. On more modern cars that do not have a distributor, but have fully computerised ignition systems, it usually refers to the ignition coil, which also incorporates the item mentioned above. In both cases it's responsible for causing a surge of high voltage electricity to be supplied to the spark plugs to cause the petrol/air mixture in the cylinders to ignite.
Sounds like an electrical disconnect somewhere. You can always find a place that can give you an electrical check, but I think it's the ignition switch. Also, check for recalls. There was one recall where a relay has to be put in so that too much current doesn't go back to the ignition switch and melt the thing....
Bad trans, bad APPS, failing alternator causing electrical noise on APPS circuit, bad lift pump causing electrical noise on APPS circuit, bad brake light switch, dirty grounds on batteries and block, etcBad trans, bad APPS, failing alternator causing electrical noise on APPS circuit, bad lift pump causing electrical noise on APPS circuit, bad brake light switch, dirty grounds on batteries and block, etc
Stray electrical currents that pollute the environment can cause harm to animals and humans by causing significant behavioral changes
A bad ignition module will cause a no start situation in a vehicle because the needed spark is not created. It is responsible for telling the distributor when to fire.
when mine had this prblem the planetary gear blew apart.
Bad coil? Bad dist. cap? Bad rotor?
check your ignition system for openings where moisture is causing your spark to ground
The ignition timing will be off causing misfiring among other problems.