What would make your gearshifter move up and down when you go to accelerate?
Front or rear wheel drive same problem. Motor and or transmission mount. As the motor shifts on accelaration it can cause the shifter to move. I assume it is in the floor.
What would cause a car to bump when you accelerate but It does not make a noise and I feel a bumping when I accelerate and it stops when I let off the gas?
What would make a 1991 Honda accord as you slow down and turn or slow down and then accelerate cause the transmission to slip?
Why does the handbrake warning light illuminate when you accelerate hard in 1st gear on your 94 Mazda Mx-3 1.8 V6?
Your Vauxhall astra club 1.6 makes a horrible noise when you accelerate its like a puffing sound it passed its mot fine but you would like to know what it could be?
Friction can make it easier to accelerate something or harder to. More friction on the object being accelerated means it is more difficult to accelerate it. You and a friend are pushing a heavy crate down a street from a standing start. It's difficult to accelerate it. Now try the same thing on a street that is covered with ice. (The two of you have spikes on your shoes.) Better acceleration.
-- No force is needed to accelerate any mass downward. Just let it go, and watch it accelerate downward at 9.8 meters per second2. -- To accelerate a 1,000-kg mass upward from the Earth's surface, just push it up with any force greater than 9,807 newtons (2,204.6 pounds), and make sure it's not rubbing on anything and there are no other forces on it trying to hold it down.