why does my 1991 Chevy lumina that when going up a hill or when it reaches approximatly 65 mph starts hestitating, when cars get older they do that.
If the pump is leaking or noisy then assume it is failing.
Gravity. The car is heavy and doesnt want to move, so you must excelerate to make the car go uphill. If a car is going downhill, the is no need to excelerate because gravity is pulling the car downhill.
If you know the value of the resistor you can cut the wires going to the lock cylinder and solder in a resistor of the correct value.
i have a 97 lumina the tranny slips form 2 to 3rd or when you try to go faster is there bands that can just be adjusted???????? or if the tranny going out
Check your fuses
I'm going to bet they are drum style brakes. I have a 1999 Luminia, and they are drums on it.
No the can go faster downhill or uphill
It requires extra power to go uphill, against the pull of gravity.
Fuel filter may be plugged. Catalytic converter may be plugged. Engine may be in need of a tune up.
The relay is sticking or the horn button on the steering wheel is going bad. Most likely it is the horn button.
i have a 89 Chevy lumina but im fairly certaint ur fus is going to be located in same place wich there is a fuse box under the hood there it should have 3 or 4 big block size fuses mine was one of them it should tell you on the fuse pannel its self
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Engine is in need of tuning.
A Ford Ranger may die going uphill due to ignition problems. There could also be a problem with the fuel injection or fuel pump.
It depends... the object could be falling, going straight, going uphill or going downhill.
not overdrive... it depends how fast ur going
Absolutely not. Change the transmission filter.
check the air intake
a very large rock going uphill
Time for a tune up.