need a new engine most likely. driving dry or on low oil for a few miles will cause that..it will be cheaper for you to just get a used engine with lower miles from a junk yard than taking it apart and rebuilding it..
you could have a pluged catilitic converter or a pluged fuel filter
How many miles does a full tank of gas get in a 2001 Alero Oldsmobile car
I get about 27mpg combined highway and city with my 2004 Alero
if you get dirt in a transmission while drive 1000 miles you could ruin it. no question about it...
That depends on the vehicle and driving conditions. Check your owner's manual. It could be at 12,000 miles or at 80,000 miles.
Check your owner's manual. Under heavy driving conditions, the factory owner's manual suggests changing it at 50,000 miles.
If the car has high miles, try checking the catalytic converter. If it is clogged it will cause the vehicle to lose power.
Does anyone know what Michigan city is 375 driving miles from Cincinnati OH?
it matters on the driving test teacher. You could drive like 10 miles or 5 miles, it doesnt matter
every 100,000 miles
Answer: 327 n.m. = 376.304 driving miles
About 1,100 miles. You could take either I-85 or I-81 North. I-81 is about 34 miles longer but the driving times are almost identical.
2,923 driving miles.
Depending on where in Florida you are this calculation could be off by 500 miles or so, but Tallahassee to Guatemala City is about 2350 miles.
Lake Como is 29 miles long. Lake Maggiore is 43 miles long. Their southern tips are about 40 miles apart, but your driving distance could vary depending on your destination.
3,420 miles if you start driving from the City of Fort Lauderdale. 3,033 miles if you start driving from the City of Tallahassee. 3,140 miles if you start driving from the City of Jacksonville. 3,205 miles if you start driving from the City of Brooksville. 3,227 miles if you start driving from the City of Clearwater. 3,048 miles if you start driving from the City of Bradenton. 2,933 miles if you start driving from the City of Pensacola. 3,236 miles if you start driving from the City of Tampa.
It depends upon how you drive. If you do a lot of highway driving, the brake pads could last up to 100,000 miles. If you do a lot of stop and go driving, the pads could need replacement after 15,000 miles.
The driving distance between the two is about 604 road miles.
The driving distance is about 737 road miles.
About 200 driving miles.
The driving distance is about 1,050 road miles.
2,646.7 driving miles.
The driving distance is about 190 road miles.