If it has a v-lsd it will.
A vibration in the front end of a Volvo S60 while accelerating is due to imbalanced tires. Swap the tires until the right combination is achieved.
your wheels/tires probably need to be balanced or rotated,
The front tire size for a 2004 Chevy Aveo is P185/60R14, while the back tires measure in at P185/60R14. A good brand is Kumho.
for starters, your fuel filter may be fouled.
Push the gas pedal all the way to the floor while cranking the engine.
Could be a plugged up fuel filter.
Yes but with low profile tires (20-30 series) Also check the front tires for clearance while turning.
A car accelerates from to at a rate of How far does it travel while accelerating
Is it getting gas? Spark? Did you pump the gas pedal while you were starting/cranking the motor?
The majority of the 93 Chevy Lumina vans requires a size 14 tires. A size 17 would not fit properly on the van. While you can spend extra money to have the van altered to fit the tires, it isn't worth it in the long run.
check fuel pressure while accelerating if it drops replace fuel filter. these filter are small and clog fast if there is more then 20k miles on filter its clogged. if pressure check for codes and go from there
bad tires, wheel alignment , bad tierod ends, start with tires may just need balanced...its the cheapest
Wheel bearings and allignment. Can be tires as well and sometimes even a bad motor mount.
sounds like your tires needs to be rotated and balanced
I was told it was the camshaft censor
The number gallons of fuel that a 1995 Chevy Silverado pickup truck holds will vary depending on whether it is long bed or short bed. The short bed hold 26 gallons, while the long beds hold 34 gallons.
Drive shaft is going out
EGR shouldn't be opening while accelerating. When was the last time you had a tune-up? You know, like Spark-Plugs, Wires, Air Filter, Fuel Filter, Clean Fuel Injectors etc... Sounds like you need a tune-up!
An accelerating object is one that is changing in either speed or direction. Thus any object that is turning is accelerating while maintaining a constant speed.
Through the years, several classic chevy pickup trucks have become very popular with collectors around the world. Some of these trucks are 1950s models, while others are models from the 1960s and 1970s. Some of the most unusual and highly-prized classic chevy pickup trucks are the Corvair trucks that were produced in the early 1960s. Like the Chevy Corvair sedans, the truck models featured engine-in-the-rear design. The Corvair Rampside pickup truck featured a short, flat cab, with the classic Corvair front end and grille design. A special feature on this truck was a ramp/door in the bed, on the passenger side. This handy door folded downward and served as a ramp, on which small, wheeled devices could easily be rolled into the truck. Other models of Chevy Corvair trucks include the Greenbrier and the Corvan, which was more of a cargo van. One of the rarest and most sought-after of the classic Chevy pickup trucks is the 1958 Cameo Carrier. Less than 1,500 of these trucks were made in 1958, the last year that Chevy produced the Cameo line of pickup trucks. The 1958 Chevy Cameo Carrier was a light-duty truck that featured smooth, sculpted lines that were normally only found on cars. With its sheet metal body, whitewall tires and fancy grillework, the Cameo Carrier is still considered to be one of the most classic Chevy pickup trucks ever made. Another one of the classic Chevy pickup trucks is the El Camino. First introduced in 1959, this hybrid automobile/pickup truck featured the best qualities of cars and pickup trucks and combined them into an attractive and functional vehicle. Although the El Camino achieved popularity when it was introduced in 1959, production on this classic Chevy pickup truck was discontinued until 1964. From 1964 until 1987, the El Camino offered a range of body styles, sizes and colors, with several different-sized engines available. El Camino's are frequently outfitted with high performance engines and other muscle car accoutrements. Other classic Chevy pickup trucks include the Silverado, the Colorado and the S-10. Several different styles of these trucks were and are produced and many of them maintain excellent resale value.
bad modulator,or leaky vacuum line
It could be as simple as a soft right front tire, check the air pressure in all the tires.
4x4 will jerk when accel. especially while turning. It is alot of torque on all four wheels pulling at the same time. You should only accel slowly with 4x4 on, especially in 4x4 low.
dirty fuel line
Bent wheel, tires out of balance, front end out of alignment, worn steering or suspension parts, bad shocks or struts, bent drive shaft, broken motor mount, or a combination of any of these.