check your spark plugs and wires. if they are all firing correctly and are in good condition, check your injectors and fuel pump/filter. if it's only during acceleration, it's either a fuel delivery problem or ignition problem. I had the same thing like a month ago. Did a complete tune up and it now runs perfectly.You'll notice a difference as soon as you change the plugs.
Have your ball joints checked out.
yes it could
Crack in intake or exhust, or belt glazing- Check all the intake and exhust bolts.
Yes. You could get them from the factory with them.
your runnning rich buddy Black smoke is a sign of an overly rich Air/Fuel mixture. Do not ignore this as it can cause engine damage. Blue smoke is oil burning, and white smoke is coolant in the combustion chamber.
There could be a few things that can cause this humming sound. It could be the wheel bearings rubbing, it could be the gears rubbing, it could even be coming from the engine pistons.?æ
If it only happens when you accelerate the most likely cause is an axle.
A plugged up fuel filter.
Could be a faulty spark plug or spark plug wire.
A faulty fuel pump would cause your Navigator to hesitate when you accelerate. Bad gasoline could also be at fault.
Defective clutch or bad bearings. It could also be that the belt is just worn out or too loose.
No. Beer, cola, and dark chocolate cannot accelerate menstruation. Stress can cause a cycle to come sooner, but food and beverage do not accelerate it.
Not from the factory, but, someone could have put one in.
muffler or exhaust could be damaged....if it has aftermarket exhaust it will sound different since it is not a V8.
too rich in fuel/air mixture.have your car put on a sun scope and the tech will diagnose/analyze it and make adjustments to your cars computer.
Yes it can, Why would you want to?
Worse case would be a blown head gasket. Running hot could cause this too. Best case is a bad radiator cap.
A worn front wheel bearing could cause a Grand Cherokee Limited to make a grinding noise when you accelerate. There could also be a problem with one of the shafts.
Put a chevy LS2 engine in it <<>> Put your foot down further on the accelerator pedal.
make sure the timing is right, no vacuum leaks, or the carb could have a bad accelerator pump in it.
it could be the horn relay fuse located in the engine department with the other fuses.
Maybe low coolant level
trottle control module
it could be the window
You could have a slipping clutch which is not transmitting the drive correctly.