Check for a vacuum leak. I've had vehicles suddenly increase engine speed when the brakes were applied. This was because the diaphragm in power brake booster had failed.Answersounds like the cuise controls are kicking on & off at will i only seen this once. its called " sudden acceleration " and is very dangerous!! please send this car in to a dealer to diagnos this it really worth the expense. and your life for that matter. AnswerI would yank the fuse from the cruise control and see if it makes it stop doing that. VBD
Are you sure it's not a Toyota? ;-)
Check the motor mounts. Older Chevy's did this when the engine tilted up on one side thereby pulling the throttle cable.
You do a sharp turn on curves NOTE: you need to do it in manual.
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To help keep you in place when you go around sharp curves and bumpy roads.
A Sharp-beaked bird, although all birds have relatively sharp beaks, usually eats nuts that need shelling. If it has a beak that curves down immedeately after the nose holes, or before, it is a sharp beaked bird. (such as a parrot.)
It is cause by the Mojo Discontinuity. It is a zone that differs in density.
so they can go around sharp curves at higher speeds with better control..
Practice using their brakes when they turn on the road. That way they are more experienced.
Once it's complete, it should be okay, curves and all, though a hammer could break it, then it'll be sharp.
Normally, your character automatically makes sharp turns. If you choose Manual, you'll have to rely on your skills to make sharp turns, but every time you make a sharp turn, you get a slight turbo. Imagine using a mushroom after turning.
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Lateral motion is a type of gravatational force. Whean a roller coaster goes around sharp curves or helixes riders experience lateral motion.
Yes you can put 20's on your vehicle just remember to be careful while turning, turning corners too sharp could make your tires rub.
yes the only problem is the turning radius is shorter because of the roll bars. If u turn too sharp the tires will rub against the car. Its even possible for 22s but forget turning on u turns or making any sharp turns at all what would be a soulution to get them to fit
Not necessarily. It depends on the posted speed and road conditions. It would be dangerous to whip around a sharp curve in bad weather, so you are actually required to slow down and drive at a safer speed. Some curves are posted much lower than 45 if they are dangerous curves.
Enter most entrance ramps at low speeds and anticipate sharp curves. Be extra cautious if you are driving a large vehicle, SUV or truck.
ON dry pavement the front wheels will jerk when turning sharp to the left are right if it's in 4-wheel drive.
UP: d sharp e sharp f sharp g sharp a sharp b sharp c double-sharp d sharp DOWN: d sharp c sharp b natural a sharp g sharp f sharp e sharp d sharp
A sharp G G E sharp G E sharp A sharp A sharp C C A sharp C E sharp G A G E sharp A sharp A sharp A sharp G E sharp C this is not on the flute btw idk what instrument its on
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B sharp, C double-sharp, D double-sharp, E sharp, F double-sharp, G double-sharp, A double-sharp, B sharp.
If you mean a common f sharp triad on a piano, then they would be F sharp, A Sharp, and C sharp, any combination of the three. The notes of the diatonic F sharp scale are F sharp, G sharp, A sharp, B, C sharp, D sharp and E sharp
no really yes you should brake if you go in a sharp turn so what do you thinkYou should use brakes when approaching a curve or sharp turn. If you still need to brake when you are in the turn, then you're going too fast. Hopefully you'll slow down enough to not lose control of your vehicle and/or go off the road.Curves and turns: brake before them, coast through them, a little speed (usually gas) out of them.
inertia-when moving in a forward motion your body tries to continue in the same direction even when the car is turning