Both a friend and I, each driving 1995 Ford Explorers with the 4.0 L OHV engine, developed an off and on surging problem at speeds over 37 MPH. The problem was corrected by installing a new set of Ford Motorcraft platinum spark plugs. In my situation I only had 41,000 miles on the original plugs but 2 of them already had gaps wider than the specified range.
wind speed and a storm surge are different because in order for a storm surge, there has to be high wind speeds to push the waves towards the shore
my sparkplugs are gaped to wide can that cause my car to surge and poor starting
Not all of Long Island, but a a storm surge cold cause could cause coastal flooding.
Engine overheating will cause the anti-freeze to surge into the overflow tank. A blown head gasket will also cause the anti-freeze to surge into the overflow tank.
You probably have a dirty carburetor causing that surge.
The surge protector might not work properly because it works from its direct source, and if it is connected to an extended source, the extension cord, the surge will get too big for the surge protector to stop the surge immediately, but the extension cord allows it to travel and cause a bigger surge.
the engine to stall and surge at idle
A storm surge
Hurricanes cause most of their death and destruction through something called a storm surge. The storm surge results from the hurricane's winds forcing seawater onto land. This storm surge can lead to severe coastal flooding.
Many people talk about an EGR valve going bad is a commen issue.
trottle control module
deadly hurricanes: hit land in highly populated areas are bigger with higher wind speeds have a higher storm surge spawn tornadoes around the hurricane cause flooding from torrential rains
It is probably a vacuum leak. that model doesnt have a carburetor, it has fuel injection. and whining is usually a vacuum leak. it also might cause the engine to "lope" at idle or for it to "surge" when you hold the accelerator steady.
yes. Because the storm surge or the water picked up by the winds drop onto land and causes floods sometimes. Hurricanes can cause floods because they bring in storm surge.
Try disconnecting the vacuum line at the EGR valve and plug it off with a cap or screw into the hose. The diaphrams get weak with age and seem to cause 99% of the surge issue. If not check the internal coil / power packs.
No. A storm surge is caused by a large weather system with strong winds, such as a hurricane, driving seawater onto land. The storm surge cane cause severe coastal flooding.
Its due to increase surge of catecholeamines cause by sympethetic nervous system....
Check your vacuum lines this usually the cause for a surge in engine speed when idling or running.
Low battery or power surge
A malfunctioning water heater can cause hot and cold water to surge through the shower heat. A faulty water pump can also cause this problem.
Fuel filter plugged?Air filter dirty?weak fuel Pump?
Surge arrester diverts the surge to earth but the surge absorber absorbs the surge energy
Surge is a noun (a surge) and a verb (to surge). It is not an adjective.
Yes. The storm surge of Hurricane Katrina completely destroyed large portions of Biloxi.