Yes, the cross member is under the load on a 1989 Chevy van.
A few possibilities here. Oil and oil filter issues, fuel injector issues, cam issues.
depending on the model 665 to 610 kg
U need a Throttle Position Sensor.
15 to 17 mpg hwy depending on load and engine wear
My bet it is the spark plug wires or spark plugs or rotor cap if it has one. If the wires are going bad, they are worse "under load" (while driving).
A fuse blows due to an over current condition. It could be a direct short to ground, or the "load" item pulling to many amps. The load is what ever item the circuit contains ie: fuel pump.
Just leave it on, unless you are towing a load in the city or in a mountainous area.
It happens in my grand cherokee. somone told me its a loose ball joint in your transmission. A: IF THIS CONDITIONS OCCURS WHEN THE ACCELERATOR IS IN ONE POSITION (STEADY THROTTLE) THE PROBLEM IS MOST LIKELY TO BE A DEFECTIVE THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR.
loss of power under a load is a great indicator of a clogged catalytic converter
could be many things: no coolant / coolant leak thermostat stuck closed air bubles after coolant change fan(s) or fan switches broken excesive load on engine (towing)
On the freeway, when it is fairly flat. If you are approaching a hill, shift out of overdrive just before you start up the hill, so that the engine revolutions can increase before the load increases.
for the front, just slide it in the slot, for the changer, press the eject buttong and the CD holder ("cassette") will come out. Put the cds in the cassette and put the cassette back in the changer
When under a load the errors will be shown faster
2WD: gross trailer weight braked (kg) 2,948, gross trailer weight unbraked (kg) 454 and max legal load (kg) 522
definatley, friction creates heat, heat creates warp, warp creates headaches. especially under the load of a trailer. if you wanna go the extra mile I would suggest a sepparate trans cooler. that will prevent any possibility of milkshaking (trans fluid mixed with coolant)
New battery fixed the problem.
If only under load then......spark plug leads.
sounds like a cranksenser.it will put your timing out when your under load .markstang
You will find the recommended PSI for your specific tire on the sidewall of the tire. This applies to all tires and sizes. Update: the recommended PSI is *not* on the sidewall of the tire. This is the Max PSI, which is the recommended PSI for carrying a maximum vehicle load. The recommended PSI varies, depending on the type of vehicle the tire is used on. I believe the recommended PSI for a 95 Jeep Grand Cherokee is 35 front and rear. You should never run max PSI (which is around 44 for most standard tires) unless you're bearing maximum load capacity for your vehicle.
A load of any type,,,inductive or capacitive , would effect the circuit even if THOSE "loads" had no load on them. They would still have a load effect on the circuit they are connected to.Answer'Under no-load conditions' means that no load is connected to the supply. So your question doesn't make sense!
I am a bit confused. Overdrive is a high gear used for highway purposes. You should always try to use overdrive unless the Jeep is under a heavy load or climbing hills. Thus when towing it's probably best to not to use overdrive.
Changing your transmission filter will help in improving the slipping under load.