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Mine does the same. its because its a heavier vehicle with a small engine like a V6


generally , two strokes are smaller capacity , shorter stroke, higher revs. for given engine capacity , long stroke /small bore = high torque / low revs short stroke/big bore = low torque / high revs


Yes. Low carbon steel is used in the body of the car.


its OK if you vary the revs and not sit on a constant speed for long periods of time.


Battery fails to charge, alt light comes on, sometimes only at low revs. Check with meter shows low or no charging voltage (close to or less than battery voltage) voltage does not increase to charging volts with engine revs increase


the height of vehicle is kept as low as possible because it can low the front part of racing car



That would depend on the type of vehicle. If it is a low emissions vehicle you have to go with the oem catalytic converter.


because your engine at idol revs doesnt produce enough torque to move your vehicle. when you release your clutch (i assume you are meaning in gear) you are trying to make the car move. if you let your clutch out totally, your car would generally stall, although some cars can handle the torque requirements at low revs. the rpm (revs) goes down, & the car shakes, because the engine is struggling with this problem, & the engine is atached to the car, so it makes the whole car shake.


well that happens to me an it means fuel is low



My 2004 Sportive Van Mk4 jerks at very low speed, when slowing down or pulling away. Apart from that runs fine.


It completely depends on the mileage, age of the vehicle, how many doors the vehicle has, engine size and also the condition of the vehicle. If you have a vehicle which is not in good condition, has a lot of mileage and is a vehicle registered in 1997, you would expect not to get a lot for it. However, if your vehicle is fairly new and has a low mileage, then you would price it at a higher offer.



If the tyre does 0 revs per mile you will be skidding and the rubber will wear out in no time. At 99 rev per mile you will still be skidding - unless your tyres are roughly 17 feet across!


It would depend on the vehicle. The manufacturer of that vehicle would have that info in the owners manual and/or posted in the drivers door jam area.


if that vehicle is running right now, be happy. if it has low low low miles, the vehicle may last. if it has high miles, forget about it.


My Celica is doing that as well. my uncle knows a thing or two about cars said it could be a Catalytic converter problem...


Than what? They are a low end vehicle not a sports car, so I would think on the lower end == vehicle rate wise.


I would like to know as well,Revs Lee Stewart



The revs vary for various speeds, due to variables such as loading, road conditions, weather (windy/flat calm) and the mechanical condition of the vehicle etc. The manufacturers select the gearing to give the best power to economy ratio at normal speeds. This equates to around 30mph in fourth gear and 56mph in fifth gear. As to what revs this is, try your handbook, look under max torque @ ??revs in the tech specs' section.


The reverse is "shot" on your transmission. You'll need to either rebuild/replace the transmission or get another vehicle.



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