You should look at the air filter, if it is filled with debris you wont let the engine breath properly. The fuel filter, after 30,000 or so miles (or even less if you picked up some bad gas) sediment can clog the fuel filter. Spark plugs, if your plugs are overly fouled you might not be getting a good spark. Timing, improper timing will be a power rebber as well. The oxygen sensor could be another possibility also. It also could be more serious like carberator problems, or valves or pistons. If you are unsure your best bet may be to take it to a repair shop so they can hook it up to a diagnostic computer. Russ
Loss of power, loss of forward momentum, loss of speed.
(5-2) x (52) = (1/52) x (52) = 52/52 = 1
What would help would be an articulate question. Does "lose power" mean a loss of voltage/current, or a loss of engine power (horsepower/torque)?
Loss of power when accelerating can be caused by a number of things. A leak in the fuel line or even a bad alternator can cause this.
Not much information to go on but I would start with changing the fuel filter.
I would start with your battery.
* No power steering fluid in reservoir * The power steering pump is not operating
since energy must be conserved, we know that the power is not actually lost, just converted. The loss youre reffering to would almost always be in the form of heat.
It depends on the cause of the power failure and the loss you suffer. For instance, if a storm causes the power failure, and it stays out for 3 days whereby your freezer defrosts causing a side of beef and food to ruin that you paid $1200 for, then yes you would have coverage. If the power goes out for 3 hours and the freezer did not defrost and you had no loss then there would be no need as no loss occurred.
There are many things that could be causing a loss of power. Some of the main things would be damaged wiring, drained battery, bad starter, bad alternator and bad solenoid.
An inductor is a device which stores energy as a magnetic energy.... Ideal inductor have no resistance.....so there is no power loss.... power loss = (I*I)*R
-52 and 52
loss of power under a oad is a good indication of a clogged catalytic converter
the catalyser can couse loss of power problems if its deteriorated
That's just the same as writing a 1 with 52 zeroes after it.
Phase loss is the loss of power to a specific area of the circuit. Phase loss can result from exposed wires or damaged wires or even downed power lines.
2*33*52 = 13502*33*52 = 13502*33*52 = 13502*33*52 = 1350