It could also be a bad oxygen sensor. Mine was doing the same thing and I had to replace the upstream sensor. If your check engine light is on go to AutoZone or somewhere and then can check it and find out if that's what it is.AnswerCheck to see if the timing belt needs to be tighten or the spark plugs might need to be replaced. AnswerOften times caused by a bad spark plug or plug wire. To check wires try spray mist water over wires at night and see if there are sparks. If yes, you need to replace wires. As for the plugs, remove and inspect, I've seen quite a few that had cracks in the porclean. Good Luck!
bad gas try some dry gas
backfire timing off
Neon is usually a gas, but theoretically if it got to absolute zero, then it would be a solid.
Neon Gas. It's lighter, and would float faster, and more efficiently. :)
A neon gas has neon atoms.
Neon gas is a noble gas / inert gas at STP
Neon gas is an element, not a compound.
Neon is a noble gas.
Neon is a gas.
Neon is a noble gas (or inert gas).
N/A if you had neon gas to begin with, you would be radioactive. I would know these things you see.
it would go slower and it might jerk