Chevrolet Impala SS was driven in Shararat Name the actor who drove it?
have your oxygen sensor checked or replaced. we had the same issue on ours and replacing the o2 sensor fixed the problem
the most common car driven in the 1950s is the 2009 Chevrolet corvette ZR1
All Malibu both I4 or V6 are chain driven. They don't use timing belt. There is no need to service the chain unless there is a slack then andjustment maybe needed.
There are a couple of reasons why a 1992 Chevrolet Corsica may cut off after being driven for a long period. One reason would be a bad solenoid. A trusted mechanic can determine the cause of the problem.
Yes valves will bend if timing belt goes out while driven.
It is useful to know the firing order for the engine of the car being driven. The firing order for a 1997 Chevy Malibu is 5-2-3-6-4-1.
The Chevrolet Aveo 2007 car be test driven at any nearby Chevrolet showroom. This is absolutely free and gives you a good idea and feel of the car. It is always recommended to take a test drive before purchasing a car.
Normal cause of a belt smoking is that one of the driven pulleys has siezed.
The "bottom" pulley is typically the one that is driven off the crankshaft. It's called the "harmonic balancer".
Data-driven reasoning takes the facts of the problem and applies the rules or legal moves to produce new facts that lead to a goal. Goal-driven reasoning focus on the goal,finds the rules that could produce the goal,and chains backward through successive rules and subgoals to the given facts of the problem.
There is not an odometer cable. The odometer is driven by the speedometer. If the odometer is not working then you will have to replace the speedometer head.
I have a 2004 Chevy Malibu Classic with a 2.2 Ecotec engine and a 4speed automatic overdrive tranny. It gets a steady 31mpg if driven easy. 55 and lower. Occasionally it will get up to 33mpg. As low as 27 in the Winter and pushing the speed.
The abs light is on because there is a problem with the system. It will remain on until the problem is fixed. Once the problem is fixed it will reset itself after it is driven.
You didn't mention what year the S10 is but, yours probably doesn't have a cable driven speedometer. It is electronic.
Could be a fuel problem, dirt, water, clogged fuel filter,- electrical problem, plug wires or boots, distributer etc.
Easyer to just disconnect battery for the time the car is sitting up.
Goal driven reasoning or backward chaining - an inference technique which uses IF THEN rules to repetitively break a goal into smaller sub-goals which are easier to prove. Data driven reasoning or forward chaining - an inference technique which uses IF THEN rules to deduce a problem solution from initial data.
This engine does not have a timing belt, it is gear-driven. Possibly, you have broken gear teeth, causing the timing to be out of order.
I have a 2001 I had the same problem when driven through rough roads and railroad tracks, I replaced the front struts and that solved the problem. I have a 2000 that rattles too. Looking for the answer.
You dont! The timing is fixed and is driven off of a crank sensor on the back of the engine. All timing adjustments are computer controlled.