low trans fluid level.
If a car is sputtering at low speeds when driving one thing it could be is a clogged fuel filter. Another possibility is the catalytic converter could need replaced.
It would depend on what you call low speeds.
it most likely is an oxygen sensor
i have a 1991 nissan sentra speed up to 35 and start to miss
Whistling at low speeds tends to indicate worn wheel bearings.
At low speeds the car will rock from side to side.
Low fuelage or The cimbination Of low fuelage and a steep incline.
Some vehicles have higher RPM's (Rotations per minutes) causing them to run at higher temperatures at low speeds. In stop and go situations, you are using low gears at low speeds, causing the engine to work harder. These types of vehicles would be better for high speed commuting where stopping and going frequently is not a problem.
Your car needs an alignment. Typically around $100 or less.
sounds like a crankshaft positioning sensor. must be at low speeds and stop signs?
Your car probably has abnormally worn in tires, caused by misalignment. Worn rotors can cause this as well.
low oil low radiatio flued or the thermistat
This may help but it is only a suggestion. If its a manual the idling may be too low. If it controlled by computer this is an area that may need investigation.
Loose or worn out power steering drive belt. Usually this is a loose or worn belt on the power steering pump. The pump works its hardest when the vehicle is parked or at low speeds so if there is a belt issue, it will happen then.
Perhaps spark plug wire got disconnected in error?
broken belt in a tire. if you feel it in the steering wheel it usually a front tire or a rear if you can feel it in the seat
You probably need to get your tires balanced. Or replaced. If the bias goes (steel belt breaks or shifts), the car will waddle at low speeds, and the steering wheel will shake at high speeds.
Could be out of balance Tire may be worn and need replacement Could be a bent wheel
Hybrid technology simply means that rather than running on only gasoline or only battery power the car runs on a combination of the two. Generally at low speeds and at a stand still such as a traffic light the car runs on battery power whereas at high speeds the car will run on gasoline.
Could be tires out of balance. Or a bad tire.
go get 2 new tires and have the alignment checked on it
I would not hesitate to use it indefinitely, if it has been kept dry and shows no discoloration of wrapper or product.
Low coolant? Cooling system airbound?
== == As the car speeds up the unbalanced wheels start to wobble. The force of the wobble is transferred to the cars body through the steering mechanism. You would feel the shaking first in the steering wheel. It becomes more pronounced as you pick up speed. == == * Front end need's religning, bad tires or tie-rods. * Tires are low in air.