Sounds like you have a Gremlin in the engine compartment, throw some water in there I hear they dont like that. But seriously I think your idle is set too high and the car wants to go a little too hard, ease it back to around 900 rpm ( for a 6 or 4 cyl ) and see if it is not better. Then of course there might be a malfunction in your cruise control module I cant tell from your description but remove the fuse to be sure.
If you mean loose/broken motor mounts, here is a way to check. Uou'll need a helper for this, open the hood,start the engine, put the vehicle in drive and step on both the gas and the brake, now carefully have the helper look at the engine and see if it moves upwards/sideways, if it does your engine its most likely loose. also if when you acelerate you hear a noise under the hood, that may be another sign.
a broken motor mount, when you put the truck in drive the engine is jumping. because the mount holding your engine is broke .
Check the engine RPM. If the engine is running too fast when you put it into drive, it will cause the vehicle to jump.
when you take the car out of drive and put in park the drive mechanism or transmission does not put as much load on the engine so it runs faster.
if it's a GM car tcc solenoid
because in park or neutral the engine is free revving and when put in gear the engine is now turning internal transmission componets which puts a load on the engine
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to keep your engine running cool drive safe to keep your engine running cool drive safe If you don't put any water in the radiator, you will not need a water pump.
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WHEN PUT IN GEAR KILLS ENGINE IF NO BRAKE APPLIED IT WILL DRIVE BUT IF STOPPED DIES
engine torque and small brakes
No. The OBDII stores codes in it's self ..kind of like a USB flash drive
put in a drive, then put the drive in laptop
no, because you cant put a front wheel drive into a rear drive because of the transmission...it wont mount in
Thuds under torque, as when the car is put into drive, can be casued by too much engine movement due to damaged, weak or broken engine or transmission mounts.
You drain the oil immediately. If you run the engine with coolant mixed with the oil you will do serious harm to the engine. If you continue to drive it in this condition you will destroy the engine.
You push the accelerator with the car in drive and the engine revs up, but it won't go. This may be accompanied by a vibration or acrid smell.Also, when you put the car into drive, if its really slipping badly the car will not pull its self like it should. Or when you go into reverse your car trys to pause, or lock up.
When gasoline is burned in an engine, it causes the pistons to go up and down. The pistons then turn the cam shaft which turns the transmission and drive shaft. The drive shaft turns the wheels after the car is put into gear.
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that depends. what kind of honda? what year? and are you wanting to race it or just drive it?
The sensor is on the back side of engine at the lip of the oil pan put installed in the engine block.
You will screw your steering system. You need to flush steering system ASAP. And of course do not drive with engine oil in steering.
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