bad injecters one or more I thought so to but mine was coil ignition pack under your spark plug wires...only 4 of 6 were firing...easily checked by disconnecting one spark plug wire at a time at the pack to determine if this is your problem...this could save you $ that I spent on my injectors to find out they were not my problem.
Another strong possibility is that the electric lockup clutch in the torue converter is slipping and not disengaging properly, this happens when the transmission valve body and solenoids get varnish on them from leaving your Transmission Fluid unchanged for too long. The failure for the clutch to disengage at low speeds causes stalling and shuddering and you would swear its the engine's fault by the way it feels.
How long has it been since you have changed you transmission fluid?.
the driving age has not been changed because the president
brake light on when driving oldsmobile alero
the driving age has been changed to 18 because people were driving when they were 16 and getting tickets so often
my car did the same thing I changed the coil pack and now it works well
Because it's old
Whistling at low speeds tends to indicate worn wheel bearings.
Fuel pump failure is one possibility.
Sloppy timing chain? Bad tranny, the lockup clutch in the torque converter can cause jolting..
Check for spark & fuel when it's dead and go from there.
Nigeria changed to left hand driving on April 2, 1972.
They have changed it by building buildings and polluting the air with all of the cars driving around
I think she was driving a 1982 Oldsmobile Firenza but I am not 100% sure.
you already drank too much
it sound like your ignition switch need to be changed ,,, i just done that ,had to changed it
In New Mexico you need to be 18 or older to get your driving lisence only if you took your driving school. Or if your already 18+ you can get your lisence.
Well, a majority of the driving schools in Maryland are already very exceptional. However, the driving school a person attends solely depends on their preferences.
Change the fuel filter first,
Depends on if it's a newer (FWD) or older (RWD) model, driving habits, etc...
Over 20 psi at idleUnder 80 psi while driving Over 20 psi at idleUnder 80 psi while driving
replace your crank sensor....or when it dies dump cold water on it to see if it starts again
You have already answered your own question. 35 Miles Per Hour.
It use to be 17 but has now changed and is 18 years old.