You must be older than 18......that what Mercedes mean.
Probley not depending on the age of the car. If its a slightly older model then it wont because the older range of Mercedes runs off the flintstones concept but there are little people (midgets) under the car carrying it so just toss a firework under there and they will either run like hell or die.
The year, make, model and engine size would help us help you. In older vehicles (pre-fuel injection) vapor lock was an issue.
Bad plugs Wires, Distributor cap, Points if older model This is just a few things
Newer VW's (last 20 years), it doesn't really matter. Cheaper, low octane gas can cause knocking (early detonation), but the knock sensor will retard the car's ignition timing preventing knocking, but this will cause slightly poorer gas mileage. Thing is, the extra cost of the poor gas mileage isn't more expensive than the cost of higher octane gas, so it's pretty much a wash. Older VW's without knock sensors can have poorer gas mileage with cheap gasoline. This knocking will happen under hard acceleration. The knocking will be worse with higher compression (over 1: 8.5) engines like in the GTi, Cabriolet and Scirocco.
On older 300ZX's equipped with a timing belt it will cause internal engine damage if the belt breaks as they are interference engines.
Lumpy acceleration is often the case with diesel engines. If you own a newer Mercedes, you could check with different Mercedes tuning companies. What you need is a chip or powerbox, which will electronically adjust your engine in such a way that your engines power and torque goes up (through optimized engine computer), and your miles a gallon might also go up. I estimate that a power increase of about 10 to 30 horsepowers is possible. You can check out different Mercedes tuners, for example Brabus or Lorinser. If you own an older model, you can still search for a chip on the internet. If you can't find anything, an individual chip tuning might be possible through analysing your engine by a tuner. However, I'm not sure if the second suggestion is a realistic one.
The 4.7L does not directly interchange with any older engines.
There is no difference in a 1995 dodge dakota with a 3.9 v6 engine and a 2000 dodge dakota with a 3.9 v6 engine and you can exchange the newer engine with the older one.
cause they were getting older
The injector controls on newer cars generally prevent this from happening, but it still can. Usually, it floods the engine preventing the fuel from being properly vaporized that inhibits spark and prevents the engine from firing or running. The same is true for older cars with a carburetor rather than injection, however, in some cases, the bowl of the carb can overflow, spilling fuel onto the engine block. If the engine is hot, this can cause a fire.
The newer Mercedes models do not have an external antenna like the older ones. It's integrated into the body and chassis. Or fit inside of the glass on the windshield or rear window.
The ROBLOX Engine V1? There is no such thing, due to ROBLOX saying they will not change their engine back from older dates.
I own an older Mercedes and I've found an excellent source for parts for all different year models. Check out http://www.autohausaz.com/ . I couldn't believe it when I saw what they were charging for OEM (original) parts for older Mercedes, their shipping isn't bad either. Sometimes, if the part is expensive, even for them, I'll check eBay too. Ebay will have new and used parts for a variety of cars. Peachparts.com also carries Mercedes parts, but they are a little pricier. To be clear, I don
During acceleration? I'm not sure. But when both idling and acceleration the engine's combustion can cause a lot of vibration in the steering wheel if you are in an older vehicle.
older drivers are more responsible for accident because cause of small height not look all sides.
Yes, if the engine is in good mechanical condition and has no visible leaks.
you dont cause if hes older the older you the more faster you get your own place and you wont have to live with him anymore shoot him
Assuming this is an older car a knocking noise on turning could mean one of the drive shafts is worn. Other things to check - are the bolts tight on the front wheels, if a very high mileage it could be worn wheel bearings.
My advice is to use exactly what the manufacture recommends on any older car. Using 87 octane in an engine that requires 91 octane will cause pre-detonation (pinging) and will eventually cause engine damage on older vehicles. On newer vehicles where the manufacture says, premium fuel recommended you can use 87 octane fuel. The fuel management system will adjust for the lower octane fuel. You will have a slight loss of power but no other problems. On vehicles were the manufacture say's premium fuel required you must use premium or you will damage the engine over time.
A lot of things. Most auto parts stores will check it for free. May take a few stops to find a store that can check a 95 and older.
That depends on the condition of the car.
older engines have carburators
The recommended weight of oil in an older GMC 454 engine is 5 W 30. This oil can be purchased at any auto parts store.