There are three things that could be wrong, one is that the spark plugs are not creating spark or the spark plug wires need to be replaced, second is that the valves are burnt and do not have enough compression, third is it could be the distributor needs replaced, you should make sure that the spark plug wires are tight and that none of your spark plugs are loose. I would add, from personal experience, that it might be the throttle position sensor going bad or totally gone bad. Took my car to the dealer today, they ordered me a sensor, but reset the computer and my car would not drive more than a few feet without dying. Could get it to second gear, but no power at all. Had to leave it there to wait for the sensor. Sigh.
Best guess would be the Sadtler spectra; no idea what the number would be.
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.
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.
It moves faster or slower
Could be in need of a tune up.
A bicycle often "coasts along".
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.
What is a "flapping sound" Birds?
There are several things that can cause your 2002 Ford Taurus to hesitate when accelerating. A dirty air filter will cause the problem.
When a falling object stops accelerating but is falling at a constant velocity, it is called terminal velocity.
They have broad emission lines of highly ionized elements.
geologists would be aided by these spectra in searching underground with different wavelenths and then determine the elements in the surrounding earth or soil An astronomer would be able to penetrate dust clouds and space debris to look at the fundamental compositions of a star or stellar system. These spectra tell you what elements are in something that you cannot physically test/experiment with/melt.
Bad plugs and or wires.
Yes, it sure can.
It would be hard on the brakes and fuel mileage.
It would cost whatever a wrecked donor car would cost you to buy. Otherwise buying new parts would be cost prohibitive. The smart thing to do would be to sell the car you now have and then buy a Kia Spectra 5 speed.
If car stalls out when accelerating above 40 MPH, it can possibly be caused by fluid leaks. Another reason can be a defect at the transmission.