You would need to purchase this from a Mitsubishi Dealer.
I would Invest in a Haynes Manual.
main shaft bearing
You'll need a transmission manual. Available at your local auto parts store.
A person walking in a straight line at a constant speed would not be accelerating. A person standing still in one spot would not be accelerating.
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The service manual does not specify the size. You might try asking the parts manager at a Mitsubishi dealership. Maybe their parts system would have the size.
I would get a haynes manual I have one it tells you everything and saves you tons of money if your a doityourselfer.
Yes. You can travel in a circle at constant speed, but you would still be accelerating because your direction would be changing constantly.
Check the fuel filter or the fuel pump.
Only when accelerating, I would suspect a broken motor mount or bad CV joint.
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Koyata Iwasaki started what would become Mitsubishi Motors by commissioning the Mitsubishi Model A. It was initially manufactured through Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Co.
A bicycle often "coasts along".
Might wanna check with your local Nissan dealer service advisor. I have a 2011 Titan with 11k miles an my service advisor actually told me I can buy full senthetic MOTOR OIL an they would charge me a minamal fee to do the work
The inner seals have failed. You need a new clutch slave cylinder.
It moves faster or slower
Loss of power when accelerating can be caused by a number of things. A leak in the fuel line or even a bad alternator can cause this.
yes it is accelerating the same way you would on a merry-go-round.
Could be in need of a tune up.
Well, I would recommend purchasing Mitsubishi replacement parts from your local car dealership or the Mitsubishi car company dealership yourself, personally.
When a falling object stops accelerating but is falling at a constant velocity, it is called terminal velocity.
There are several things that can cause your 2002 Ford Taurus to hesitate when accelerating. A dirty air filter will cause the problem.