----Perhaps it is because of your large behind IN a Geo Metro?
Your catalytic converter may be getting stopped up too.
Try changing the fuel & oil filters.
Mine was doing the same thing last summer, the fuel & oil filters were both plugged.
Stop trying to drive up walls.
It could be a lot of things. It may be running too rich and bogging down(replace oxygen sensor). The camshaft lobes may be worn down and the valves aren't opening all the way(replace or regrind the cam). The catalytic converter or exhaust pipe could be clogged up with carbon. But keep in mind it is a Geo Metro, economy is the goal here, not performance...
I am having the same problem. Oil and fuel filters have been replaced and now will not accelerate at all. my mechanic says it is acting like an issue with the timing belt but the belt is fine and working properly. The computer diagnostics are fine as well. any ideas
An accelerating object is one that is changing in either speed or direction. Thus any object that is turning is accelerating while maintaining a constant speed.
Anything that moves in a path that's not straight can do that.
By changing direction. Acceleration is a change in velocity. Since velocity takes direction into account, while speed does not, an object can having a changing velocity even while its speed remains the same. And while that object is changing its velocity by changing its direction, it is accelerating, regardless of its speed remaining constant. For example, if a car is driving north at constant speed of 20mph, its speed is 20mph, while its velocity is 20mph towards the north. At this point, the car is not accelerating. Now if the car turns a corner to head east while maintaining its speed of 20mph, its velocity is changing from 20mph northward to 20mph north-eastward and finally to 20mph eastward. As it is turning, it is accelerating. However, as soon as it stops turning, the car is no longer accelerating.
A constant speed means that the horse is neither accelerating nor decelearating Speed is a scalar which means it has a magnitude but no direction, while acceleration is a vector so it has both a magnitude and a direction. As the magnitude of the speed remains constant, the speed is constant but since the direction the horse travels in changes that horse is in fact accelerating.
Acceleration is the rate of change of VELOCITY, not of SPEED. If the velocity changes, there is acceleration. It is enough for the direction to change.
for starters, your fuel filter may be fouled.
as the isobar comes closer, the wind generates speed, thus, accelerating and increasing its speed, while in the other hand, as the isobar gets farther, the wind speed suddenly decreases.
Yes, a object can still be accelerating when the speed is zero, a classic example of which is throwing a ball straight up in the air, at the top of its trajectory it has an instantaneous velocity of zero while it is still accelerating towards the ground.
Yes. As long as acceleration of object is greater than zero in the direction of its movement, the speed in that direction continues to increase.
The planets are constantly accelerating because they are moving in a circular path. Acceleration is defined as a change in velocity. Velocity is a vector made up of a speed and a direction. While the speed of the planets may be constant, the direction they are moving is not. This is a change in velocity, which is acceleration.
The increased speed limit goes into effect AT the speed limit sign, not at any point before that. While you're not likely to get cited for accelerating at a reasonable point before you actually get to the sign, you're still bound by the prior speed limit until you actually reach that sign.
If it's going at a constant speed then it is not accelerating. To accelerate would mean to have a rate of change for speed in some direction. If the ball is going outward while traveling at a constant speed due to centrifugal force then it is accelerating. If it's going inwards due to some ground angle then it is also accelerating. From Newton's laws we know that to have a circular motion, an object must be subject to a force directed to the centre of the structure and is accelerating in that direction. This centrifugal force, exerted by the structure to the ball, is opposite in direction and magnitude to the 'fictitious' centrifugal force.
A car accelerates from to at a rate of How far does it travel while accelerating
In physics, acceleration is defined as a change in velocity. Velocity is the measurement of the rate (or speed) and direction of an object. Therefore, an object is "accelerating" when it changes direction while maintaining the same rate (or speed).
Fuel injectors I'd assume. I have a fuel injector stuck open on my car and sometimes it stalls while accelerating. Check it out, maybe. These '93's have 100000 problems..
fuel and temperature gauge ? if so both gauges work on completing a ground circuit, ck around for a bad ground, or connection at fan switch
the tranny light comes on, because the idle speed or timing need to be adjusted.
If you turn your vehicle in another direction, even at a constant speed, you will experience acceleration (sideways) because the vector direction has changed through the application of force.
Check for a busted engine or tranny mount.
It is because the car is accelerating from zero miles per hour to a faster speed so you feel pushed backwards.
Yes. Acceleration is independent of speed. A perfect example of an object with zero speed but nonzero acceleration is an object at the apex of being thrown upward. The entire time it is in the air it is accelerating downward. At its maximum height its speed is zero.
Well, Speed is not the same thing as Acceleration. But to answer you question the best I can: the numerical value of speed can be higher than the numerical value of acceleration - for example, an object can have a speed of 10 feet per second while accelerating at 2 feet per second squared.
Your check engine light will be on and you will feel bucking or jerking while you are accelerating. You will also have an idle surging, sudden stalling of the engine, and a sudden surge in speed while driving on the highway.
Drive shaft is going out
AnswerIf you are having problems with power while shifting and accelerating have your fuel censor looked at. You may need egr valve checked .You may need intake decarbonized .You may need mass air flow sensor .