happened with my dads auto transmission.. it was shot and it wouldn't shift out of the 1st automatic gear, hence, not being able to accelerate over 20/ It could also be a tranmission tourque converter failing. Also could be a broken gear inside the tranny, which will not engage no matter what. I have one cause in mind, because it's often so obscure and difficult to diagnose, yet easy to fix. It's afflicted several cars I own. There are numerous possible causes, of course, like a coil that isn't feeding enough energy to the spark plugs, a choke that's stuck, a fuel pump that's not pumping, an electrical malfunction. But the one that comes to mind is a bad "sock' in the fuel tank. This "sock" is a toothpaste-tube-like fine screen in the fuel tank that is supposed to prevent small particles of junk from entering the fuel lines and the fuel pump. Over time, the pores of this thing can become absolutely restricted--I don't know whether it's a reaction to the gasoline, or whether it's a natural result of the material aging, or what. Result: Hardly enough fuel gets to the engine for it to run. And, of course, the faster you go, the more fuel you need, and the more noticable the restriction is. I've had this happen to two of my Fords, one of my Chevies, and a Buick that a friend had--though, at the time he had his problem, I didn't realize what it was, so we went through the usual routine of replacing fuel filters and fuel pumps. I'd say it happened to my Lincoln, too, but the sock in that car actually disintegrated and wound up being jammed to the carburetor's filter by the fuel pump. Yet in the case of the Lincoln, I couldn't get past 20 mph until the problem was solved by removing the tank, flushing it, reinstalling it, and installing an in-line filter between the tank and the fuel pump. In your case, if a sock is really the problem, I'd remove the fuel sending unit in the tank, chop the sock off, and install an in-line filter. Take this course if you've determined that the car is starving for fuel and you're sure the fuel pump isn't bad. One other possible symptom of this sock problem is observed when the car runs decently in cooler weather and starves for fuel in warmer weather. Another thing is, if you tried replacing your distributor cap and spark plugs. If you did not put them back on properly, the firing order is messed up and you'll have a hard time accelerating. Another cause could be a clogged, or partially clogged, catalytic convertor. Also, a collapsed interior wall of an exhaust pipe, in which case one might hear a whooshing sound as air tries to pass by the restriction.
Is the check engine light on? A bad speed sensor or possibly another sensor could keep the vehicle from up shifting or limiting speed to bring it home in "limp in mode" Possible bad catalytic converter.
than no one would move. nothing would move. you need to accelerate even the smallest amount to be in motion.
fuel filter ,,,,,,, my daughters car was doing same thing ,,,,,,,,,, now it runs good
My camero doesn't sputter ever, even when you accelerate.
There is no evidence that such a thing as "telekinesis" even exists, so you can't train it, let alone "accelerate" such a training.
Jaguars, even in captivity, rarely live beyond 20 years.
When you change the direction in which you're moving.
By moving in an angular motion.
No. Even if you could the discharge would shatter the BB's. Air rifles can fire up to and beyond 1200 FPS. This is way beyond airsoft.
Because that's the definition of "accelerate". "Accelerate" doesn't mean "speed up", although that's how everybody who rides in a car uses the word. "Accelerate" means "change the speed or the direction of motion, or both".
Although no Parisian would even dream of measuring the area of his or her city in square miles, the answer is 40.7 square miles.
Could be a plugged catalytic converter, bad air or fuel filter, or a weak fuel pumpSounds like your clutch is worn out. Listen to the car and see if the engine revs up when you do this. If so, your clutch is slipping and you need a new one.it also could be your cap and rotor going out if you are gunna replace these might as well spend a few extra bucks on plugs and wiresTry shifting into 2nd.
Force is directly proportional to mass. Therefore, even both the car and bicycle are being accelerated to the same velocity, accelerating a car would require more force since it has a greater mass.
No. The galaxy is so gigantic, that even our fastest spacecraft would take millions upon millions of years to go beyond the confines. Put it this way: Our furthest probe, Voyager 1, was launched 31 years ago. It has now traveled 10 billion miles. If we were to head straight "up" out of the plane of our galaxy, we would have to travel at least 1,500 light years (or 9,000,000 billion miles). Even if Voyager 1 was going that direction (which it isn't), it would take 2.7 million years just to exit the spiral arm. There may be much invisible dust and gas beyond that, so to truly leave our Galaxy might take ten times longer.
Yes, of course. Even water is a poison beyond a certain quantity.
45,000 miles is considered very high for a motorcycle. I would only consider buying if the price was well under $1,000. I would say a typical motorcycle owners will ride about 2,000mi each year. A motorcycle enthusiast may ride 5,000 each year. A daily commuter may do beyond 10,000 miles each year. Assuming the bike you're interested was used for daily commuting, even with meticulous maintenance, a lot can happen over the course of 45,000 miles.
It's over 1,300 miles as the crow flies, so the driving distance would be even longer.
By not changing their speed. Technically, this means also not changing their velocity, which includes direction. So, you don't accelerate if you skate in a straight line at a constant speed. Otherwise, you are accelerating, even if your speed does not change.
Even at that great speed the trip would take 5,228.6 years.
A change in the vector or direction that you are traveling is considered an acceleration; even if you don't change speed. This would be the case for going around in a merry-go-round, e.g. You are accelerating (changing direction), but the speed is constant (velocity is changing).
Because you would have to travel faster than light, to be able to make it beyond our solor system and back before everyone on board dies. So far we can't even travel as fast as light.
No, a penny falling from the Empire State Building cannot kill a pedestrian. It is unlikely to even penetrate the skin of a pedestrian.When an object falls to earth it gains speed. It eventually gains so much speed that it doesn't accelerate anymore, this is called Terminal Velocity.If a human were to jump off a plane he would accelerate to his terminal velocity. If you take the mass of an average grown human, his terminal velocity would be about 100 something miles per hour. But the mass of a penny is only about 1 gram, so its terminal velocity would only be about 56mph. That means that the penny would accelerate to this speed and then it won't accelerate any more and it will maintain this current speed.You also have to take into consideration that on a building as high as the empire state building wind rushes up the sides so your measly little penny would simply be blown away.In the slim chance that it would hit a pedestrian, it would more than likely sting but he would be able to walk away and live another day. It is unlikely that the penny would even penetrate the skin of the human.Even though the urban legend might not be true, it's really not recommended that you try it out yourself. The Empire State Building authorities have always insisted that nobody has ever dropped such an item from the top of the building, although this cannot be confirmed.
Loving goes beyond liking. Loving would be more unconditional. That is, you would want to do almost anything for her even if it means making sacrafices for yourself.
You could drive at any speed you're comfortable with, and cover 300 miles. The only differencewould be the length of time it would take you to cover the distance.For example:If you drive at 60 miles per hour, you would cover 300 miles in 5 hours.If you drive at 100 mph, you would cover 300 miles in 3 hours.If you drive at 20 mph, you would cover 300 miles in 15 hours.You don't even have to drive. You could walk, at 3 miles an hour, and cover the distance in 100 hours.
Because the leak is thousands of miles under the ocean so the pressure would kill somebody if they even tried to go there. The pressure would crush even a submarine