One reason a 1995 Honda Civic might sputter and cough while accelerating during normal driving is because of a bad coil. Another reason could be a bad fuel pump or fuel filter. Still another reason could be a bad oxygen sensor.
If normal movement meaning driving the car then YES
Could be your spark wires, you should get bosch plus2 plugs theyre really good.
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.
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.
Could be your timing belt.
mine stays just a quarter inch below midway all the time at normal temp
The driving distance from Rochester, MN, USA to Normal, IL, USA is 400mi / 643km
hi it sounds like your universail joints or tail shaft
New brakes do not grind. If you replaced the brake pads and resurfaced the rotors you may hear a bit of a sound but it is normal until the pads and rotors wear during normal driving.