If it's automatic, check the fluid. Low fluid will do that.
I had a similar problem, the car was very slow to start moving. The cause was the transmission range switch was loose and out of adjustment. Another way to tell if this is the problem is to turn the ignition switch on and put it in reverse. If the back up lights do not come on and the bulbs are good, then this could be your problem also. Hope that helps!
The thermostat is failing.
An automobile engine usually shakes when it is being revved due the crank rotation. When revved in neutral, a torque is produced due to the reaction of the motor.
He revved his engine, as a sign of intimidation to his racing opponent.
There are many reasons why an engine will sputter when revved. There may not be enough fuel getting to the engine, there may not be enough electricity getting through the car, or the computer could be going out.
it has whats called a rev limiter to keep people like you from blowing it up.
It will have/make 150 horsepower @/when revved to 6000 RPM.
There is no specific word for a car engine's sound.Someone might say their car, when the engine was operating smoothly, purred or was purring.Or, when the driver accelerates without moving: He revvedhis engine.When the engine makes abnormal sounds, the type of sound is described: the engine was ticking, knocking, sputtering, straining, etc.
It's because the thermostat is stuck open.
This guage is to register the RPM's (revolutions per minute) the engine is running. In short, how much the engine is revved up.
The engine was revved up, it rolled and gained lift then suddenly it was in flight.
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The fuel pressure regulator maintains a constant predetermined fuel pressure regardless of engine RPMs.
No power, shhhh sound from ehaust pipe when engine is revved up
its not always a bad thing its just your oil usually when the engine is still cold
The only thing that could cause the tube to flex would be for either the engine or radiator to move - and if it's happening when the engine is revved, it would most likely be the engine moving. Unless it's causing a leak that can't be fixed by a slightly longer hose, don't worry about it - that's why the hose is made of a flexible material.
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I read on a website that they actually backed up his car to the recording room and recorded the engine being revved.
sounds like the piston rings are worn.
It can affect the way the engine idles, the pistons fire, or the acceleration behavior. If the engine is revved up it may cause misfiring, motor vibration or backfires. Accelerating might be hesitant, and engine shaking during engine idle might happen.
no it is not your timing belt. when they go bad you get bent valves or cracked pistons or ever broken wrist pins leading to catastrofic engine failure.
depends on what kind of knocking you mean. lots of engines can have what we call "piston slap" when the engine is cold and goes away in a few minutes when the engine warms up. If the noise stays and is worse when revved up you have a more serious problem.Hope this helps
Lack of lubrication would be the primary reason. Although another possibility might be that the engine is being over-revved at the time the OB computer senses the need to engage the AWD capability and the shock of the sudden engagement, while being over-revved, snaps the joints.
If the valve timing is correct and there are no damaged engine parts (or weak/faulty valve springs) that should not happen, yet however if the engine is "over-revved" the valves could "float" which is not normal operation. (If the engine is an interference engine there may possibly be engine damage.) That is normal and it is called valve overlap.
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