On mine it was the fuel pressure regulator. I have a 4 cyl engine with 185 K miles on it. Over the life of the car, I have replaced the regulator several times. I tried an aftermarket regulator, that lasted only a few thousand miles. The factory equipment unit is more but worked about 5 times longer.To check it, I would have the car running, cold, and pull the vacume line to the regulator. All but one time, gasoline would squirt out of the port where the vac hose hooks up, to the regulator, so BE CAREFUL, RAW GASOLINE. One time I didn't have gas, but it still was the problem. Apparently, the fuel rail gets hot enough to trash the diaphragm inside the regulator. .
Change your tranny fluid! you could be slipping to!
About 45mph maybe 50mph for .21 engine
depends on what litre the engine is
mine vibrated when the 'cotter key' wore down. the harmonic balancer was causing vibration at about 45-50mph. i guess i learned to ignore it and it warped my crank. --firstname.lastname@example.org
50mph = 80.47kmh
50mph A mile is longer than a kilometre
50mph = 80.4672 km per hour.
does the car seem to loose power when the pedal has slack in it. sounds like you have a worn out clutch that is slipping. this needs to be replaced or adjusted
The .21 engine goes about 45-50mph. I dont really know much about the .28 engine but im guessing it could go around 70-80mph.
The speed is still 50mph, no matter the distance measured...
No,it is not.
put the vehicle in neutral, pull over and shut off engine. then look to see why the pedal stuck