I'm confused. Basically, your car can idle in only two ways, either in park or in gear with your foot on the brake and the vehicle motionless. The way the car behaves in those conditions is very telling to a trained mechanic. Some people will say the car is still idling if you take your foot off the brake but don't give it gas. (If the idle is set to high, the car might move pretty quick. That is undesirable.) That might be a third idle situation. Your car is not idling if it's accelerating. And if you are coasting and slowing down from cruising speed, the engine rpm will be higher than idle speed. So, that's not idling, either. It sounds like your car is always running rough.
Rough and coarse.
Wear and tear, rough driving habits and time.
No, it is not considered physical abuse unless it is done in a rough manner that can leave bruises.
You probably have worn out shocks or struts.
well as you know there is a high risk of injury when driving. But i will take a rough estimate that 2 teens start driving every year.
It is likely that the roosters are aggressive, too rough with the hens, or that there are not hens in ratio to the amount of roosters.
A 350 engine will idle good but cut out and run rough while driving if there is a vacuum leak. This causes too much air to enter the engine under load.
Rough and poor fuel economy.
its a force , deduct it from driving force
Could be in need of a good tune up.
Well it is 391 miles so that should give you a rough estimate
DUE TO THE REASON OF ROUGH DRIVING and lack of oil in pump....
A loud noise of some kind, but what kind and from where?
Off road driving in rough terrain where a 2 WD vehicle could not go.
When it dies, is it a sudden stall, or does it run rough, and then die? If its sudden, it is most likely a electrical problem, but if it runs rough, or dies when accelerating, it might be mechanical. Such as the fuel lines, carb, etc.
The driving distance is 654 miles per Map Quest. The driving time per Map Quest is 10 hours and 23 minutes.
Intrusive Igneous Rock , it is because gabbro has a very rough texture.Intrusive cools slowly and extrusive cools rapidly.
erosion, the sandpaper is rough and erodes the rock away very slowly
Depends on the code. Get it checked.
4 wheel low is for slower 4x4 driving and more rough terrain. 4 wheel high is for faster driving like driving in the snow and ice or through a trail with a little bit of slick mud on it.
The issue may be with the fuel pump. There may also be a problem with the oxygen censor not allowing enough air flow.
My 1997 Honda CRV is making a rattling noise when driving in rough roads
It falls slowly because it is light, but also because the rough, flexible paper has more drag than stiffer writing paper.
What causes my Mazda mx3 to turn off while driving down the road.