That depends on what type of car you're driving. For example, a pickup truck would accelerate more slowly than a race car.
MINE WAS DOING THE SAME THING AND IT WAS THE EGR VALVE!! THAT FIXED IT AND IT'S RUNNING GREAT!!:)GOOD LUCK
I would say no. There is no reason to expect it to accelerate.
not 100% sure, but check your fuel pump
yes, many alarms have this function.
If you stop weight lifting, you would start to lose your strength/power in about 3 to 4 weeks. you will start losing a small amount of your power and continue to drop.
It is the cleaning of the air intake and adding fuel cleaners to the gas tank. They also add so alcohol stuff to make the engine but hotter to get rid of any deposits. I would recommend that you have if done if you have high millage and your engine is losing power when you accelerate. If you car works fin then its a waste of money.
than no one would move. nothing would move. you need to accelerate even the smallest amount to be in motion.
Accelerate is already a verb. For example, "to accelerate something" is an action and therefore a verb. Another verb would be speed. "To speed something up".
The moon does slowly move away from earth at an estimated two inches every year, it is a possibility that (if you believe in the apocalypse) the cause for the fall of Earth is the moon losing its orbit with earth and drifting away.
He would wildly accelerate his car when the traffic light turned green. Gravity causes falling objects to accelerate as they move toward the Earth. Living in a foreign country can accelerate the speed at which you learn the native language.
the relay switch has gone bad or the motor is burnt out
Normally indicates a dirty or collapsed fuel filter element
It could be that u arent getting good enough spark from your wires or plug you might want to get a tune up
F = m A = (250) (5) = 1,250 newtons
Depens on the amount of gravity. On Earth, they accelerate at about 9.8 meters per square second.
Your 2000 kia sportage would not accelerate and eventually went dead what could the problem be?
The biggest impact on Congress would be the division of the Representatives, they would have to be reorganized with states losing representatives they have now, which would lessen their power in the federal government.
I would start by checking the power steering fluid, sounds like the fluid may be low.
A faulty fuel pump would cause your Navigator to hesitate when you accelerate. Bad gasoline could also be at fault.
Your engine could be losing power and your check engine light coming on for many reasons. It could be your spark plugs needing to be changed. Your fuel pump or fuel filter could be clogged or starting to wear out, or your engine oil is to low.
On a manual car it would probably be a worn out clutch. On an auto trans it could be a low oil level or pump problem, a torque converter fault or most commonly a slipping brake band.