CHANGE YOUR PLUGS.. YOU PROBABLY HAVE A BAD PLUG OR A WET ONE
I doubt it's spark plugs, but it's possible. This problem happened to me a few years ago, and initially I thought it was speed related but it turned out to be throttle related.
There's a sensor on vehicles these days called a Throttle Positioning Sensor (TPS), and these wear out and develop a "flat spot" on them. When you have your throttle on that flat spot, the computer doesn't know where your throttle is positioned and your engine will hesitate and then "kick", and with a stick it can be pretty violent.
As you're accelerating, and as the car gets to that 25-35 zone you describe, give it more gas than you usually do and see if it behaves normally. If it does, I'd bet money it's that TPS.
As I recall, the TPS was about $80 and a real easy fix. It's located right on the side of your carb.
The address to Turner Volvo is 2535 Arden Way, Sacramento, California. This car lot is one among many, however. A Google search will display as many as ten car lots.
Bad wiring connection or internal wiring connection in the stereo
That's about how inches are for the speakers of a car. It would go great for a car.
A very trusted and affordable car rental place in Honolulu would be Enterprise Rent A Car. They offer great rates, great insurance and great customer service.
A Saturn Aura is a compact car, great for families on the go. This car has great gas mileage and if it was an appliance I would call it an energy saver.
I would look at Empire Car covers. They have a great selection of classic car covers.
No, why would she? That's something great.
Retail outlets such as Walmart or Sears would be great locations to look for car phone accessories. Another great place to shop for these accessories would be Amazon.
Yes, I probably would because it is a great car for a great price.
The best car seat would have to be Maxi-Cosi 70 Air Car Seat. The car seat is every expensive and I would imagine for that price it better be great. Another great cart seat is the Combi Zeus 360 Named after the Greek god.
A person would be able to purchase a Tuscon car from a few different retailers and car dealers. Looking at car websites such as Cars or Carsoup can be great help in finding a seller of a Tuscon car.
The type of the car and whether it is a 2 wheel or a four wheel drive usually determines whether it will have a great run or not.
There are many reasons why someone would want to own a car dealership. If the person has an interest in cars, a car dealership would present them with the opportunity to have a job dealing with something they have a great interest in.
That would be a great idea. Yes there are car air purifiers
A great starter car for a person to drive would be the Toyota Corolla. Many people use this car to start off because of its simplistic driving system and great safety features.
probably yes, but it would be great if you will keep it and if its the financial issue that pushes you to take the car back. There are some remedy so that you can just keep your car.
The safest SUV of 2012 would be the BMW X3. I have chosen this car based off of personal experience. The car is heavy, providing great protection, it has a great radio.
yes a Renault is a car my great great great dad has a pink one just like it!
If it was china then it would be really cheap about £100/$140. If it was Great Britain it would be around £400. If it was USA it would be $500.
There are currently some great incentives to purchase a new car. It really depends on your personal finances and the condition of your current vehicle. If it is affordable then a new car purchase would be a great idea.
The cut off point would have to be 100,000 Miles, that is when the car is basically ready for the scrapyard. If you get a car that's between 30-50 thousand miles, that'd be great. Anything lower would be better, but you'd probably have to pay more. More miles = Cheaper the car, more used. Less miles = More expensive, less used.
Technically you shouldn't, especially if they are the main driver of one of your cars. Now if your child drives the car sporadically it isn't such a big deal but it would be your safest bet to include them, even though your rate will mostly likely raise considerably.
I would personally recommend the Enterprise Rent a Car in San Diego. When I used them they had a great selection and great customer service. You can get their information at http://www.enterprise.com/car_rental/deeplinkmap.do?bid=1174&xparm=sandiego-car-rental
Usually that would be great mileage for that car (300,000 mile + car)but you still want to see if they have maintenance records and look underneath car to make sure nothing is rotted out but standardly that's a pretty good car.