That being said.
It could just be a accelerator pump which like the throttle position senso is located under the carb.
IT COULD BE THE CATELETIC CONVERTER I WOULD HAVE IT CHECKED FIRST MOST SHOPS WILL CHECK FOR FREE.
I believe this car has the fuel injected 3.8L, in which case it could also be a plugged air filter or a fuel delivery problem (fuel pump). Does the engine idle and if so is it smooth ?.
A 1982 Oldsmobile was built to use R12, it would need retrofitted to R134a..
ECM is a common problem with this type of car engine
i believe above the gas tank which means you would have to pull the gas tank out before replacing it
That would be a 50/50 mixture of distilled water and the green prestone flavor of anti-freeze.
While Delta is a brand of drill presses, they would be used like every other drill press. Drill presses are machines that are usually mounted to a table or workbench, and have a lever to bring down the drill, taking some of the burden off the person using it.
I would thinh you have a leaking plenum gasket thus allowing extra oxygen into the fuel air mixture leanig it out and making rpm's go up.
I would say no. There is no reason to expect it to accelerate.
My guess would be a weak ignition coil. Same thing happened to my delta. Wouldn't start in cold weather. Changed the ignition coil (60bucks) and it's been starting good ever since.
WOULD NEED TO KNOW YEAR TO BE MORE PRECISE, BUT MANY HAVE ELECTRIC STEERING GEARS. WHICH ELIMINATE THE NEED FOR A HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR. HOPE THIS HELPS.
A delta is the mouth of a river.
No, NASCAR would not of saved Oldsmobile. Some cars in NASCAR are Ford and Chevrolet.
I found that a chiltons or Haynes manual will cover all the steps in good detail for your brake job. Shame you're not near pa or I would do them for you.
yes carbon would be delta plus and the bromine would be delta negative
To calculate Delta t, you would subtract Universal Time or UT from Terrestrial Time or TT. Delta t would be the difference.
than no one would move. nothing would move. you need to accelerate even the smallest amount to be in motion.
It would probably be the River Nile Delta.
Delta is important because from delta poor people can start fishing and farmers would have water for farming.
if there is a lot of snow or ice on these vents located at the bottom of the wind shield under the wipers that could be the problem if you live in a cold environment.
you must have a pulley that has a bad bearing i would take and spin each pulley with the belt off and see what one dose not spin freely and replace
Mississippi Delta - see the link below.
Your 2000 kia sportage would not accelerate and eventually went dead what could the problem be?
Depens on the amount of gravity. On Earth, they accelerate at about 9.8 meters per square second.
A delta is a fan-shaped mass of material found at the mouth of a lake or a stream. Therefore, you would find a river's delta at its mouth, in other words, the end of the river.
yes, the Nile delta is important because how would the Egyptians get their crops.