i had the same problem when i smogged my truck and it is probaly two things the extenison connector to a little sensor on the passenger side fender wall next to the fire wall. just follow the vacuum lines from the egr valve. all it is an 2 inche extenison to a connector that can go bad from time to time and you really don't need it. just plug the sensor back in.
the egr position valve sensor. the little plastic thing connect to the outside of the egr valve on the of the enginge to the rear. this part will run you around $30 - $45 dollars
I would assume the 2.3 L SOHC 4 cylinder was the stock engine , with the 2.9 L V6 being optional or included as part of a higher trim level
Driving on lower RPM's will reward you with higher gas mileage in addition to putting less wear on the engine. So, low RPM will be cheaper in the long run.
Nothing. Makes the engine rev higher.
The timing is set higher than recommended. It needs to be retarded.
Engine Brake: One way to reduce speed by shift down the gear from Higher to Lower (Eg. Driving with 120 km/h with 5th gear, by turning to Engine Brake it reduce to 4th gear that make the speed is reduced) It's very helpful when driving with high speed.
First you can't evolve Pokemon in ranger. Second You have to capture higher level Pokemon.
It is over charged and builds to much pressure on the high side when the engine is at a higher RPM. Need to remove some feon.
Well, driving at highway speeds in any vehicle in 2nd gear, will raise the RPM of the engine, meaning that the engine is working that much harder to maintain the speed. As the engine constantly revs at a higher RPM, it heats up alot quicker, which in the end could do alot of damage to your car. And if its a Lexus, i would advise to SWITCH gears and keep an eye on your RPM and temperature gauge
Overdrive is an extra gear assembly in the transmission that allows the engine to run at a lower speed (lower RPM) when you are travelling at higher speeds on the highway or freeway. For example, if I am driving my 1995 Explorer at 62 mph in drive, the engine runs at 2800 RPM. If I am driving at 62 MPH in overdrive, the engine runs around 2100 RPM.
Overdrive allowed is the normal position - it actually won't shift into overdrive until the speed is higher
By adjusting the timing in your engine and giving you a higher compression ratio at higher rpm's producing more torque, yet allowing a lower compression ratio and a car tha is more fuel efficient for easier driving.
To get a higher engine placement, a company must create an outstanding website which encourages people to visit the site more. The more frequently viewed pages have a higher engine.
because when car is sitting still and at idle you do not have "air flow" coming into radiator to help cool it as you do when you are driving. So fan compensates for this higher engine - antifreeze temperature to try and cool it off it has to work harder.
Sounds like it could be a bad thermostat - not closing to allow engine to heat to normal operating temperature
Higher than a gasoline engine.
In all states, 0.08% or higher. In some states, .05% or higher.
check the rubber tube next to the the lower intake manifold gasket, there is probably a hole on the underside of the tube coming directly off the engine. (it is a manufacturer defect)
uppercut the enemy into the air, then start performing the flip kick on them as this will make your ranger go higher uppercut the enemy into the air, then start performing the flip kick on them as this will make your ranger go higher
No. Responsibility is the key, and safe driving. Not restricting someone who is capable of driving from A to B without any problems.
When you are driving on the highway / freeway your engine will be revving higher , your maximum speed will be reduced , with your engine revving higher it will most likely be noisier and I'm assuming your gas mileage would be poorer , just like not using your overdrive
Because it's a Ford
For me it was the idler pully. A pretty cheap part. $15 I think. And only an hour or so to change. The problem was the bearing in it was shot. It would make a whining sound that got louder/higher pitch as the engine revved higher.
Some cars have faulty check engine lights. IF you already had the car checked out then you should be fine. If not do so. you would think that all the money we spend on cars the would have worked the kinks out.
Yes, extremely! The higher the number the more powerful the engine is.