Bad torque converter? Bad Power steering pump or low fluid?
The whining noise in our 2001 2.2 cavalier turned out to be the a/c compressor. It ended up going out at about 120,000 miles. I would suggest having it serviced. I wish we would have had ours serviced.
When the wheel and the tire rub together.
If the noise sounds like a power steering whine it could be caused by the A/C compressor clutch bearing or the belt idler pulley.
runnig hot and\or foaming.
Probably it didn't know you were there, or it didn't want to get up.
In this case, acceleration is positive. Negative acceleration would cause the object to slow down (decelerate.)
No, but it does cause it to eat less. For when a dog has worms it tends to eat much more and would whine for food, because it tries to rid of it.
low fluid would cause this or the pump could be going out
May be a bad fuel pressure regulator.
If you're new to a supercharged car then you're most likely hearing the normal whine that a supercharger makes. They will whine louder the more you accelerate. 00gtp
There are several things that can cause your 1989 Honda Accord to stall on acceleration. The most common cause is a plugged or dirty air filter.
Newton taught everybody that Net Force = Mass * Acceleration. Since we're talking about acceleration, we can rearrange that to be Acceleration = Net Force / Mass. If you want to decrease the acceleration of an object, you would need to decrease the net force applied to it or increase its mass (or both).
Maybe. Depends on speed of car
Then the acceleration would also double.Then the acceleration would also double.Then the acceleration would also double.Then the acceleration would also double.
A potential bad gauge or sender unit in the tank would cause it to read full all the time.
Yes they will. They would whine.
It could be your MAF sensor. Mass air flow sensor that measures the air going into the intake. This could likely cause sluggish acceleration.
Your spark plugs.
The most common cause of a engine revving up above losing acceleration is a transmission problem. The transmission may be low on transmission fluid
A potential cause of bulbs burning out in cars is a dirty or corroded bulb socket, or a bad wire connections at the socket.
BAD INJECTORS ON NEWER MODELS ????
increasing the mass of the object, keeping the net force constant
Take a look at Newton's Second Law. Other things being equal, more force will cause more acceleration.
A 20-newton force would cause acceleration at 6 m/sec The acceleration is given by the formula F=ma (Force = mass x acceleration) so for the same mass, doubling the force doubles the acceleration for the same mass.