Sounds like the timing could be a little out of whack, when in park there is no load and the base idle is good, but when under load there is a vacuum advance issue and the timing is just out enough to cause the sputtering. Check the cap and rotor for any signs of cross firing or arcing inside the cap, hooped rotors will also show this arcing as witness marks on the rotor.
Look for a hole in the PCV valve hose on the backside of the engine.
MINE WAS DOING THE SAME THING AND IT WAS THE EGR VALVE!! THAT FIXED IT AND IT'S RUNNING GREAT!!:)GOOD LUCK
It may be a EGR valve issue. This valve is normally closed at idle and opens at about 40mph.
Zephyr essentially means a gentle breeze (traditionally blowing from the west).-It would take more than just a small zephyr to push the sailboat.-The light zephyr breezed through my window, tickling my cheeks.
because itt needs to be work on
A sparkplug misfiring.
mmHg means millimetres of mercury. You wouldn't normally say it normal conversation but if you did you would say it in full.
Yes it can.
Incorrect ignition timing or damaged valves would make a 95 Honda Odyssey sputter and backfire. Backfires are directly caused when ignition occurs at the wrong time.
Most common cause would be the plus wires. Dampness causes them to arc and the cylinder that the wire is arcing on won't fire causing a miss/sputter.
have you ever changed the fuel filter ?
lack of fuel
ice in the fuel system
There are a number of reasons why a car would idle find but sputter when you accelerate. It could need a new spark plugs. You may also have to replace the filters. It might also be an issue with the air flow.
Normally prawns would not, but it depends on the environment where the prawns were raised. If their environment is contaminated with something then they will also become contaminated.
Considering that grams are a unit of mass, their mass would still be 100g. If you used a unit of weight, such as pounds, the relative weight of an object would change from planet to planet. On Mercury, a person who weighed 100 lbs normally would instead weigh 38 lbs.
Normally one would be able to purchase a used Mercury Cougar at any General Motors dealership. Of course, you could also check the classified section of your local newspaper.
Those would be ZERO, ZEBRA, ZEPHYR, ZIGGURAT, ZIRCON, or RAZE
The vacuum system on a vehicle serves many purposes. A cracked air hose could most definitely cause an engine sputter.
They would float on the surface of the Mercury but they wouldn't react with the Mercury.
could be a vacuum leak, or throttle positioning sensor
bad fuel bad spark plugs incorrect timing