If it only happens when you accelerate the most likely cause is an axle.
Could be a very dirty fuel filter or incorrect fuel pressure.
You could have a slipping clutch which is not transmitting the drive correctly.
No. It is highly dangerous and could cause an explosion and serious injury.
Braking is the action of applying pressure, in an attempt to stop an object. This could be a car, bike, scooter ect.
No , absolutely not ( if you hit a puddle , which will slow the car down , the cruise control willtry to accelerate the car to maintain the set speed )It's not recommended to use the cruise control in the rain. Normally, you use the cruise control on the highways. When it's raining you need complete control on the car and be fully alert.( NO ) if you hit a puddle that slows the car down then the cruise control will accelerate the carbetter not it could cause the car to accelerate at the wrong time and cause loss of control
No, warped rotors will cause vibration when braking.
The 1995 Monte Carlo could have a vacuum leak. An engine vacuum leak can make the car idle up and accelerate.
It is good practice while driving to accelerate while in a turn. This is because most cars have their brakes in the front wheels, and braking while in a turn will cause the rear of a car to go into a spin.
it is cauused by over accelaration during the car is in nutrule so if you accelerate at that point the cars belt will get old and it would proably that the reason you are getting a wretel in your car when you accelerate
Yes, it can cause you a multitude of problems, such as braking.
You could have a sticky brake shoe or maybe the e-brake is engaged.
Maybe yes, maybe not.
you could have worped disk brakes. or your brake pads are not level with your disk brake
change your fuel filter, it could be plugged.
You need a better ground
Your transmission needs to be rebuilt or the fluid is gone.
If the rotors are worn too thin, they could snap apart while braking, leaving you with no braking power at all.
Drum & Disc are the two types of braking systems on a car.
the dirt emitted through the gas being used up by the car for it to accelerate its speed and make it run.
There could be a problem, and it could be also nothing to worry about. Best bet is to have your mechanic check it out.
Could be a universal joint. If front wheel drive, it could be the constant velocity joint. I am assuming you have an automatic transmission. If it is a standard transmission, it could be the throwout bearing.
if older car could be carborator,choke pull off
There are several things that can cause your car to shut off when you try to accelerate. The most common cause is a bad fuel pump.