There may be something worng with the main prossesor
why a 50CC of course providing it is going against a 1600CC that has a seized engine rolling downhill.
The engine doesn't have to use as much fuel when the car is traveling downhill.
No the can go faster downhill or uphill
Your brake might grab when going downhill because the pads are wearing out. The lines may also need bled properly.
It is possible that your alternator might be going out. It also could be a problem with your battery. You should have it checked by a professional or you could be stranded .
Could be the o2 sensor going bad or fuel pump
Every vehicle has warning lights to inform the driver of things going on. The check engine light comes on because there is something going wrong with the engine.
It depends... the object could be falling, going straight, going uphill or going downhill.
if it is a flashing check engine it means your car has a critical fault and will probably die very soon
Your Chevrolet Cavalier 97 might stall when going downhill because it has a bad fuel filter. It could also be the spark plugs misfiring.
the sensor is going out
If you have not changed your fuel filter do so; if it still acts up it is likely caused by a lack of fuel; have fuel pump checked.
you are going too slow for that gear your engine has very little torque at low rpm
In Scotland we call that an "electric brae". There are one or two famous examples, which have become (in a small way) tourist attractions. It is a kind of optical illusion, where the lie of the land tricks your brain into thinking you are going downhill, when the physical reality is the opposite. There you go!
because she cares anough that she can accept that the show is going downhill.And i think she is going to depression.
Only if it is going downhill.
It has to do with gravitational pull.
The economy is going downhill and a lot of people dont have jobs
What you refer to as George overdrive is known in the trucking industry as Georgia overdrive. It is going downhill with your truck out of gear. This is gone down grades to allow the truck to accelerate beyond the normal top speed of the engine in to gear without damaging the engine.
Because the RX400h is a hybrid, it regenerates its batteries when slowing down. While doing that, the engine brake is disabled to maximize the regeneration. While going downhill for a long time, you can enable the engine brake by putting it in the B gear.