Make sure its a LT1 engine if it is check all your spark plugs and cables first,make sure the firing order is in right order. IF all that passes check all your optispark distributor could be cracked or your rotor is no good. The distributor is behind the water pump and the harmonic pully. Get ready cuz all this is going to take some time and your distributor is not going to be cheap.
I would recommend at least every 75,000 miles.
No gliders can not take off without power otherwise they would just be sitting/standing were there mean't to take off.
Have you checked the ignition switch on the column . I had to replace the one in my 1977 Trans Am.
Whatever a buyer is willing to pay that would be acceptable to the seller.
A better match would be auto trans. fluid
No, a clutch has nothing to do with effeciency of the engine.
Every 30,000 miles on average. some people do it every 60000 miles. But if you have alot of miles and haven't done it yet. i would tell you not to do it, it can screw something up
Honda and acura extended the warranty on the trans in both cars to appr. 112000, i would check with my local dealer before deciding if you have not already. they replaced two for me.
Alot of older cars, people would put ATF auto trans fluid in the power steering as a substitute. Could this be the case here?
If the trans fluid is full, you need to have a trans shop look at it.
Depends entirely on how it has been driven and serviced. With careful driving and frequent oil and trans fluid changes, I would not be surprised to see 250,000 miles.
Have the engine and trans mounts checked.
Every 75,000 miles is what I would recommend. To know for sure what Peugeot recommends look in your owners manual.
Trans can mean two things that I'm aware of: Trans is a shortened form of the word Transmission. And it can also mean across. For example, the Pontiac Trans Am would mean across America, the trans American.
the only thing different would the internals of the trans the turbo trans is a heavy duty trans.
Because it's too heavy and severely underpowered. To give it enough power to burn rubber on takeoff, your gas mileage would drop to about 3 MPG, and wasting one of our natural resources.
sound like the valve body is sticking if you car is over 50000 miles have trans. flush
From takeoff to touchdown, a flight from Ottawa to Toronto would take about an hour.
No, but some arriving flights would pass over Wimbledon.
it would be to hard to replace the trans. in your vehicle,unless you have a lift,engine support and trans. jack.i would take it to a respectable dealership,or trans shop.
The maximum range of an Airbus A380 is 9,400 miles. At a cruise speed of 560 mph, this would indicate a maximum cruise time of approx 16-hours, though this wouldn't allow for takeoff and landings.
No. If it had no trans fat it would say so.
I would suspect low fuel pressure would cause both conditions.