Sounds like a bad Universal Joint.SOMETIMES a bad Transmission Mount will do the same thing.AnswerI know this sounds odd ! When was the last time you changed the plugs and wires? This happened to me and I changed them all out and gave it a tune up and it stopped.GOOD LUCK!
!!!!!!I really know the answer to that!!!!!! I got a 95 Ford Thunderbird LX 4.6 V8
You have to change the transmission filter and fluid. your fluid is, too. old.. the same thing happen to me, for the longest time, I am a mechanic my self but I never was able to find out what it was till I talk to my friend who specialize in fixing Ford,Mercury and Lincon cars at the dealer. He told me So and guest what? He was right 100%
My 1990 thunderbird is stuck in second gear.Before it was jerking after it would get warm,then it would not stop until u let it cool down then it would be find for awile.
Well, you basically already stated in your question what would happen. As a result of resonance, the second object will also vibrate.
Why would and implanted defibrillator in your heart vibrate
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That would cause a forced vibration; the tuning fork will make the table vibrate, or part of it, and thus, there is more surface to make the air vibrate.That would cause a forced vibration; the tuning fork will make the table vibrate, or part of it, and thus, there is more surface to make the air vibrate.That would cause a forced vibration; the tuning fork will make the table vibrate, or part of it, and thus, there is more surface to make the air vibrate.That would cause a forced vibration; the tuning fork will make the table vibrate, or part of it, and thus, there is more surface to make the air vibrate.
I assume that when you are about to be eaten by a Grizzly, you would indeed shake-up or vibrate...
Sometimes if screws are loose, then they could vibrate when you play, blow on the flute. If the tuning cap isn't screwed on all the way, then that can vibrate when playing.
It depends upon the tuning of the fork. The tuning is measured in Hertz, or cycles per second. If it is tuned to 440 Hz (the key of A) the fork would vibrate 440 hz x 60 seconds = 26400 cycles per second. Forks tuned to different frequencies will givemdifferent results.
you would be deaf
the piano key
Household items that vibrate would be, washer during spin cycle. Some household fans vibrate. Some people are lucky enough to have a massage chair that vibrates.
That would be sound waves.
Muscle spasms can cause this.
The part of the ear that would vibrate first from sound waves is the "Tympanum'. (TIMP-uh-numm), or tympanic membrane, or eardrum.
My guess would be that a small motor spins a disk which is slightly out of balance. If the wheel is perfectly balanced, the wheel would not vibrate. Instead, it might give off a whirring sound, but not vibrate. Out of balance, the wheel would have momentum in one direction and then another as the wheel spins. It may be interesting to see the actual mechanism.
no....the answer is no. sure you can all the 95s have the same trans would be a direct swap
push in the clutch
Unbalanced front wheel.
definanlty, go for it mate!
It would be called a moonquake.
My 1991 Mustang 5.0 LX came from the factory with ( 5W-30 ) I ASSUME your Ford Thunderbird would be the same
Without an outside frame of reference, there is no way to distinguish a force caused by gravity from a force caused by acceleration. With sufficient fuel (or a propulsion system that did not require reaction mass) it would be possible to accelerate at the rate of 32 feet per second per second (or 9.8 meters per second per second) and feel the same force on your body or on your instruments as is caused by living on the surface of the Earth. Of course, such a spacecraft would be capable of reaching the Moon in an hour, reaching Mars within a day or two, and reaching Pluto in less than a month. (Less, if we don't have to spend half our time accelerating and the other half DEcelererating so that we would be stopped with reference to the destination planet.)
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