Does your car have overdrive? Does it stall when going uphill? If you answered yes to these it is possible that your transmission kick down isn't working.The kickdown basically detects when the car becomes under load and shifts the transmission down a gear.
In a city. If you keep up with the traffic flow on a highway, then you are pretty safe. Whereas in a city you face all kind of hazardous driving, and this is reducing the safety on city streets.
If you have low air in your tire it might cause your car to shake, also if you don't put air in your tires it may cause it to explode while your driving, It could also be caused by your alignment being off.
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when overheating occurs at highway speeds the cause is usually. a radiator or coolant circulation problem, Check for a restricted or clogged radiator.
Expect 26 city, 34 highway in realworld. EPA estimates and different driving styles may cause variation.
Check the operation of the cooling fans. However, if you are driving at highway speeds the cooling fan would not be needed, therefore it could be a defective thermostat or a clogged radiator, in which case a radiator shop could clean and refurbish it. If not driving at highway speeds, the check not only the fan, but the thermostatic switch controlling the fan and the fuse/circuit breaker for the fan system
if you get dirt in a transmission while drive 1000 miles you could ruin it. no question about it...
My guess would be a plugged fuel filter.
the thermostat probably went bad try to change it or take it out and see if it that helps.
You get farther on a gallon of gas when driving on the highway, than when you drive in the city. This is because in the city you have more stop and go situations that are wasteful. The solid proof that is the irrefutable EPA sticker on all gasoline only or diesel only cars sold. Take careful note to see that the miles you get on a gallon of gas or diesel is less for city driving than it is for highway driving. Further, if you use more gas to get around town then you also cause more pollution. Specifically, you use less gas and less pollution if you do all of your shopping at one location, like a nearby mall, than driving all around town to many different stores.
Try cleaning you MAF sensor, while you are there check that the ground to it is secure, fluctuations in voltage will cause the jerking you describe as the ecm does not know how much air is coming into the intake.
If the underlying cause of the light is taken care of the OBD check engine light will go off after 6 warm up/driving cyclec or one within 50 miles of highway driving at a steady speed. If its still on you still have the problem/malfunction.
What would cause my VW golf to cut out whist driving
They do on occasion, but food poising is usually the result of bacteria.
A seized AC compressor will tear up the belt... if it's a serpentine belt, or a belt which runs any other components necessary to the car's operation, that'll eventually cause it to shut down.
Depending on the dent in your rim, driving on it can lead to: misalignment, squeeling and/or chaffing in the wheel well, Destruction or quick reduction of the ball joint, brake system failure, broken axle, unsafe highway operation. It depends on the dent and what kind of driving you do, that determines how much damage it can cause.
had same problem with my probe stalling whilst driving after stopping short spell and would then restart. answer was located in immobilizer circuit which cut in at wrong times only cure was to have immobilizer disconnected.
Improper off-road recovery.
Steering wheel vibration when applying brakes is usually caused by warped disc brake rotors
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Possibly your speed sensor. My speedometer would bounce around & then soon after it felt like my transmission was slipping. Turns out the speed sensor controls the upshift in your transmission.
Fishing does not cause global warming.Driving does.
Your previous driving record alone is not probably cause to be pulled over. If you were driving recklessly or in violation of the law, you could be pulled over.
no but... it can cause a lot of damage even with heat spray... i recomend to only use it in a special occasion or if u have to