It's possible the MAF (Mass Air Flow) sensor is not functioning properly. As you give it gas the MAF should open the throttle body and allow a proper mixture of air/gas. If one component is not working right then it is concievable that you could be "flooding" the engine enough for it to bog down, but once you start moving you escape a complete stall. There are many components that might be involved (O2 sensor, air temp sensor could be bad). For expert opinion check out the Rev! 190revolution.net
You would not be considered a stutterer if you only stutter at certain times. Those who stutter all of the time do stutter worse in highly emotional situations.
Yes, Marilyn suffered from a stutter from a young age and claimed that it would reappear if she was extremely nervous later in life.
Laryngitis usually just causes a hoarse or raspy voice, but if one totally loses his voice a person who usually stutters would not be able to talk at all. The stutter would come back as soon as the laryngitis was treated. Some people who stutter find that they don't stutter when they whisper, change the tone of their voice, or when using an accent such as when being a character in a play.
May be you have a misfire?
Not likely. Anything given to such a person would almost assuredly be considered a "gift." Gifts are not recoverable.
You need to have the code read. Any good auto parts place will read the code for you. Usually it is free. This will give you a good idea what is wrng with the vehicle.
Almost no difference at all. There would be no noticeable difference in the engine.
Why would it stall or almost stall in Reverse but not in Drive? How long since it's received a tune-up and thorough check-up? How is the compression?
That is a very broad question. More information would have to be given. Year model. engine size, ac...
Yes. the engine noise would be transfered to the cabin and the air in the cabin has a velocity of almost 0 compared with the engine. If the engine was completely insulated from the cabin you would not hear it till you slowed down.
if he teases you or anything you would think would be the opposite of liking. also, when he talkes to you he might stutter, but not always.
Almost any predator would eat a bird if given the chance.
I wouldn't feel any differently about the guy than I would if he didn't stutter. Stutterers are no different than anyone else, except for a speech impediment. It's what their character is that counts. Also, I would be patient with him while he was talking, and not try to rush him or finish his sentences for him. I can only imagine how frustrating it must be for those who do stutter to have people do that to them. I don't get annoyed in the least by stutterers, but I do get extremely annoyed by those who do try to finish others sentences for them, and by those who continually interrupt others. Give me a stutter over those people any day!
You need to put some heat in your gas tank; sounds like you have water passing through the fuel injecters dirt in the intake manifold/throttle/air flow meter
dont ask her in person writer her this romantic letter sayin you TRUE feelings and if she is the one she would mind the stutter or do something wild like if she has a car get that washable paint and write it on the side of the car
It will fit if the 2000 engine is a 3.0 L VQ30DE-K. They are almost identical engines
If it is taken care of and in good condition almost as much as when it was new.
i don't think she would have otherwise rspca would have found out and they would have given her a punishment like the boy who microwaved his bro's hamster
A boa will eat almost anything including birds, reptiles and rodents. A boa would eat an owl if given a chance.
He would try to talk to you alot,get as near as possible,show off, or maybe stutter or be confused easily.
Yes, but it would take up to four times longer for an experienced mechanic. To do this properly you would need to remove the engine. If you have a manual, you would also have to separate the engine from the transmission so you can separated the clutch from the flywheel. If you truly need a crank, the "crank" doesn't normally go out on it's own. There are almost always other issues that should be checked...rings, bearings, etc. It is also unusual for such a young (2003 model) engine to have crank issues. The easiest way to perform what you're asking to do would be on a car hoist. You would need to take almost every step that removing the engine would require, but instead of removing the engine, you could "drop" the engine cradle, sometimes called the K-member, while supporting the engine. You could then work on what's called the "bottom end" of the engine. Lastly,It is safer and easier to work on the engine when it is out of the bay.
There are various reasons why your car would almost stall when idling. In most cases, this might be an indication of the engine lacking power or capacity due to the failure of the pistons. You should contact a mechanic to diagnose the problem.
A picture of an idle??? Idle is a state of operation not an actual part. As in, the engine is idling at 750 rpms. A picture of an engine at idle would look almost exactly like a picture of an engine that is running at 3000 RPM or shut off.
The longest highway in Alabama is Interstate 65. It stretches from the border with Tennessee almost to the border of Florida. Given that it is almost border to border, this would make it the longest one in the state.
The amount of power gain depends on many factors. Engine size, intake system, altitude, etc. A 1 degree drop would gain you almost nothing.The amount of power gain depends on many factors. Engine size, intake system, altitude, etc. A 1 degree drop would gain you almost nothing.