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.
accelerate. slow down. make other maneuvers.
To make the car go or slow down.
Is it bogging down? if thats what your referring to, then maybe try a fuel pump if yoir car has one.
drop down a 89 degree slope, that way it will accelerate at the speed of gravity
The fluid is in the transmission is low or it needs to be changed. Check the fluid level and see if is full or if it brown and burnt smelling.
An object will accelerate if and only if there is a net force acting on the object.
I would expect that the brake handle is not down all the way, possible something is under it. When you accelerate the body tweaks enough for the switch to make contact. Just a thought.
Year, make and model would help.
yea mine makes a funny vibrating noise when i accelerate hard, but it doesnt make it if i accelerate gently? i have no idea sorry
The 1995 Monte Carlo could have a vacuum leak. An engine vacuum leak can make the car idle up and accelerate.
The speed of light does not accelerate as it is a constant speed. Protons which make up light however, do accelerate to achieve this speed as they rapidly travel through space.
No, the puck cannot accelerate because the exact moment the hockey stick touches the puck, that will be the maximum speed it will reach. for the puck to go faster, it would need extra propulsion methods. Ice would not make it go faster.
A/C compressor? A/C compressor?
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.
Make certain that your serpentine belt is adjusted properly. If that isn't the problem, make sure the power steering is functioning properly.
Distance = Rate x Time In real life you may also stop along the way and accelerate and slow down and so forth. So your question has as many answers as those who would make the journey.
-- 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, justpush 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 forceson it trying to hold it down.
Most likely an obstruction in the exhaust system. Often that is a plugged catalytic converter.
Spacecraft make use of jet propulsion.
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If you are reffering to tires, the wheels spin faster than the car moves so the tires make a loud squeaking noise.