sounds like a bad transmission to me

Try checking your spark plugs up front. Pull them out and make sure they are not gummed up. This happened to my fiencee's car not long ago. Oil was leaking in through a seal and cause the spark plug to gum up causing a bad start even though the car idles fine.

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Q: Why 95 Ddg Avenger starts and idles great but boogs down with normal acceleration When accelerating very very slowly to 2500 3000 rpm floor it and the engine run great All these tests are done in park?

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Most likely needs a tuneup done. Check the timing and change the normal tuneup part.

An object sitting on a table has the force of gravity on it and the normal force pressing up from the table to counter gravity and keep the object from moving. As long as the object isn't moving, it isn't accelerating since acceleration relies on velocity.

force of acceleration

when kick down the gas pedal to accelerate, the car downshift but then stalls and then engine stays rough until i turn off the engine and restart it then the engine runs normal again till the next kick down.

I had the same problem. The dealer replaced the engine mounts at $550.

There are four kinds of acceleration, acceleration is a quaternion quantity: 1. scalar acceleration (Centripetal and centrifugal) 2. Tangential acceleration 3. normal acceleration 4. Curl acceleration

Tangential acceleration is acceleration in the direction of travel, i.e. tangent to the instantaneous velocity. Centripetal acceleration is perpendicular or normal to that, specifically, in the direction of the acceleration, i.e. towards the center of the circle of travel. Angular acceleration is anything in between, or outside of those two definition, i.e. not tangent and not normal.

Well if you are familiar with calculus the projection of acceleration vector a(t)on to the Tangent unit vector T(t), that is tangential acceleration. While the projection of acceleration vector a(t) on to the normal vector is the normal acceleration vector. Therefore we know that acceleration is on the same plane as T(t) and N(t). So component of acceleration for tangent vector is (v dot a)/ magnitude of v component of acceleration for normal vector is sqrt((magnitude of acceleration)^2 - (component of acceleration for tangent vector)^2) sorry i can't explain it to you more cause I don't have mathematical symbols to work with

not the perfect air fuel mixture. normal under load and acceleration.

Acceleration is expressed in meters/second2, not in meters. Normal Earth gravity produces an acceleration of 9.8 meters/second2.

As the engine speed increase so does the speed of the oil pump. the faster the pump turns the higher the pressure becomes. When changing gear the engine speed drops along with the oil pressure.

Need to no more info, Year, engine size, what type of truck. It would help us answer it correctly. THANKS.

This most likely sounds like your water pump is on its way out. HAVE IT CHECKED IMMEDIATELY.

Check your fuel pump/fuel filter. On the newer fuel injected cars/trucks a restricted fuel filter will allow the engine to perform properly until a fuel demand limitation is reached. Operation may be normal at 60mph and then feel like it has hit a wall at 65mph when the fuel delivery is not sufficient for engine operation at the increased load. Acceleration is the same condicition low fuel flow due to the blocked filter not allowing full fuel flow to the engine.

usually fuel injectors leak gas on the engine block and car missfire in acceleration, also consume more gas than normal

Yes the normal force can be greater than the weight. When accelerating upwards in an elevator, the normal force is greater than one's weight.

This depends on how you define your axes. Let's assume they're defined as normal (being positive is accelerating, negative is breaking, and for velocity positive is driving forward, negative is driving in reverse). Then of course, you are speeding up. This simply means the train was in reverse, but it's accelerating in the positive direction now.

In a normal engine, no. In a high performance engine, maybe.In a normal engine, no. In a high performance engine, maybe.

"friction"

the weight of 20kg is approximately 196N. (whick is 20 x g) and g is the acceleration gue to gravity. which is close to 9.8 meters per second per second. If in a lift accelerating at 4 meters - per second - per second, the net acceleration is 9.8-4 =5.8 5.8m/s/s x 20kg = 116N but it would feel like 116/9.8 which is the normal acceleration due to gravity, so the object feel like it has a weight of 11.83 kg Consider what it feels like to be in an evevator accelerating at 9.81 m/s/s downwards...!

mass and acceleration

Never heard of a battery temperature sensor being installed in any normal vehicle. Some race cars yes, but not in a daily driver such as your Avenger.

Could be your timing belt.

normal force。

When it is closest to the planet.One of the components of the acceleration, the normal acceleration, is equal to v2/r, where v is the satellite's speed and r is the radius of the current orbit followed by the satellite. So, the smaller the radius, the higher the acceleration.