A bad idle is caused by a problem with fuel or spark these are two different systems, both with multiple components. Let�s look at Spark first. When was the last time the ignition components were serviced? I don�t think tat you need an electrical service (commonly referred t as a tune up) the idle would be consistently poor. So let�s look at the Fuel side of the equation. There are a few things that can affect the air fuel ratio like carbon, and varnish. I would try to clean a few things up before wasting money on a fuel pressure regulator and especially on an idle air control valve. I recommend that you First check a plug to see its condition (only one if one is bad well you can figure the rest out) if the plug looks good move on: 1) Injection clean 2) throttle body and induction system clean 3) Carbon chemical clean More likely than not you have a carbon build up problem this causes a fuel soak condition that causes a hard start and a rough idle until the fuel burns off. Of course someone may tell you that you have a burnt valve but again this would cause a consistently poor running engine.
It sounds like fuel related. Depending on the year it could be a choke or the cold start sel. Does it smoke? What color smoke? Black would indicate rich mixture of fuel. Or it can be running to lean until it warms up.
probably within minutes of the first car being built
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One or more cylinders are firing badly or not at all. It needs a major tune-up.
Common cars can't do highway speeds (65 mph) in first gear and many have rev limiters.
You have badly worn brake pads or rotors or both. I would get them fixed ASAP.
That would depend on the speed of the car Assuming a really simple case of a car travelling at 60 Miles per hour, without deviation in speed It would take 2 minutes 12 seconds
"Badly" is an adverb, not a noun. Can't be a possessive noun, unless your name is Mr. Badly, in which case it's "Mr. Badly's car".
About 45 minutes
If the engine was void of any oil it would seize in the matter of minutes and yes the car would not work.
It could be because your tires need to be balanced.
At 200 mph, a car would need to complete the 100 mile course in 30 minutes or less. At 100 mph, the car with engine problems would have already been on the course for 30 minutes. It would already be disqualified at that point.
That is possible.
What is the math formula which would solve this question?
20 minutes !
As stated, the question is impossile to answer.IF the car was going at 100 km PER HOUR, then it would cover 75 km in 45 minutes. If it was going at 100 km per day, then it would cover 3.125 km in 45 minutes.
It would take 2 Hours and 18 Minutes.
Knowing how Yanks cant drive, I would suggest .. .. about 10 minutes after there were more than two vehicles on the same stretch of 'road'
By car it would take from 4 hours and 40 minutes to 5 hours and 40 minutes.
The repossess the car, can get a judgment against you and your credit is badly damaged.
well, if you don't have a bumper, if you crash your car you and your car will be badly injured, but if you do have a bumper it will protect the front of the car because it is strong.
By car, it would take approximately 2 hours and 15 minutes.
They are not a dependable car and they are not, IMO, even a nice looking vehicle. I would not own one.
Depends on how old you are. I would only be able to do 2 minutes.
it will take 26 minutes by car