all engines hesitate when cold they need to get to proper running temp
day time running lights
You should be around 2200 - 2500 rpms.
i had my computer reset/reprogrammed. mine would hesitate at first until it warmed up because if was running too rich. it made a huge difference. there is a gm bulletin out on this problem..
If you are walking or standing still you are going slower than running, if you speed up then you are accelerating.
No. The velocity and acceleration are not zero because the direction is changing, thus the velocity and acceleration is changing.
Their acceleration is zero.
No. It will keep running until the engine is completely destroyed.No. It will keep running until the engine is completely destroyed.
One of 1,000,000 answers might be put gas in it...
Yes it can
i think you mean "monday morning hesitate, can't get out of bed. i'd rather go back to the dreams running through my head". this is 'it's to late' by evermore
In order to start the vehicle yea, but once the vehicle is running you can disconnect the battery and the vehicle should stay running, if it doesn't then more the likely your alternator is bad
could be bad injector,dirty throttle body,plugged converter or even a need for a tune up
Because they are running water and it will not freeze
suppose when we apply brakes to a car in motion then the speed of the car decreases which means the acceleration is backwards but the car is still running in the forward direction
get a tune-up change your plugs and wires and your cap and rotor
you might be running too much boost off of your turbo especially if youre running a stock turbo
Bucking during acceleration can be caused by a low fuel level. When the car is running on fumes, it is not getting a constant supply of gas which will cause it to stop and go.
I had that problem on my 94 Olds Bravada, a vacuum hose came loose running to the intake plenum.
How far you ran, the angle you are running, it's more physics, but that's still a lot of math. How much energy you have, the timing, the velocity, acceleration, the forces.
running lean can cause your 400ex to backfire ..if it backfires on deceleration its lean ...if it pops on acceleration its running rich.====carb issues
Yes. Here are some examples: Rapidly running water (Rapidly is an adverb modifying "running" which is a present participle used as an adjective) Very rapidly running water (very is an adverb modifying "rapidly"). Completely bald (the adverb completely modifies the adjective bald) Almost completely bald (the adverb almost modifies the adverb completely)
Eco means Economy the new engines when running at an optimal rpm with no change in acceleration switches from running on 6 cylinders to running on 3 or 4 to give you the best gas mileage