might be a misfire in a cylinder...
the misfire my be caused by improper sparkplug gaps or bad injectors
The distributor could be failling, there might not be enough fuel or air reaching the engine (too much is bad too), or your spark plugs/wires are damaged or not to spec.
The spark timing might be too advanced. At high temperatures and RPM an advanced spark might cause preignition, and engine knock. That's only likely to happen if the engine is modified though. Other than that, check the air and fuel filters are clean, as the harder the engine has to work the more a clean flow of both is important.
I'm not a mechanic / technician but it might be the spark plug , spark plug wire , not the proper air / fuel mixture to that engine cylinder , and there are probably other causes
a cylinder misfire might be happening. check your plugs and wires for bad connection
Yes. A fuel pressure regulator maintains the adequate fuel pressure required by the engine. A faulty fuel pressure regulator might leak fuel or cause your engine to run lean. It could create hard starts, knock and ping, or hesitationat full throttle.
When you drive with a bad fuel injector, your engine will often misfire. You might also have a rough idle and increased fuel consumption.
None, it might cause oil to spill on your engine or inside of your hood, or a dash light might come on.
The shaking wheel part suggest that there might be an engine misfire, the engine light on suggests that the computer is trying to tell you what's wrong. Connect the engine to a diagnostic computer to see what's going on. The computer can often give you hints to the real problem.
engine oil leak
Yes, a faulty O2 sensor might cause a 1993 Sidekick to stall. It would also cause the car to misfire and use far more gasoline that it needs.
Check the belts. The most common cause of squealing is a worn or loose belt on the front of the engine.
If the timing is off a lot it can make your engine misfire and may not fire on every cylinder on every rotation. This can cause your engine to shake on its mounts and therefore shake your car, but usually at low RPM's. Poor airflow to the fuel ports can also make your car idle roughly. Might be a dirty air filter or the mass airflow sensor might be dirty (you can get throttle body cleaner for that). Also, low oil can cause you car to run roughly and labour a bit on hills.
the engine the engine
A blinking or flashing check engine light in any Hyundai is indicative of a misfire taking place. It could be due to a faulty ignition.coil, leaky ignition wires or bad or worn spark plugs.
Well With The Check Engine Light on It can Be many problems. If The Check Engine Light Blinks when you hit The gas and The car stutters makeing it feel like a tranny problem it might be a misfire. A misfire can be caused by spark plugs but most likey in the navigator it is a ingnition coil problem. 1st i would go to a repair shop and put it on the the computer to find out the trouble code for the check engine light and take it from there.
It might cause the "check engine" light to come on.
you might wanna chage the plugs and wires. what other symptoms does the car have. i am having the same problem in my 2003 pontiac grand prix gt
could be the timing belt
It can affect the way the engine idles, the pistons fire, or the acceleration behavior. If the engine is revved up it may cause misfiring, motor vibration or backfires. Accelerating might be hesitant, and engine shaking during engine idle might happen.
Not usually. If the rocker arms are loose because the cam lobes are worn down, that could be an indication of a worn engine, which might have bad rings or loose valve guides, which would cause an engine to smoke.
A rapid deceleration and low rpm's on a 1999 Avalon might be caused by a misfire of the engine. This problem can also occur if the car is shifting too soon. The shift solenoid might also be the problem.
If you car is equip with a idler sensor you might want to replace it.
yes, and it will cause it to overheat and parts will break, dont try it lol. you might make it a mile before your car is done