i had 98' Malibu that did the same exact thing. i was told that ac delco spark plug are the only plug with the the correct heat range. all others plugs are incorrect.
i put ac delco spark plugs ($13 per plug) and premium spark plug wires from napa auto ($50 per set) and haven't had a problem since. my uncle is a mechanic for Chevy and tipped me off to that.
Surging is the condition where the engine power fluctuates up and down with a continuous, soft jerking motion. When driving at a steady speed, the engine seems to speed up and slow down, without moving the accelerator.
There are pages and pages of causes. Have it checked for codes with a scan tool.
The formation of a Nimbostratus cloud otherwise known as Nimbus cloud causes steady rain. This type of cloud is 2,000 meters in thickness.
what causes my thunsercat to jerk in all gears on a steady throttle?
It is probably a vacuum leak. that model doesnt have a carburetor, it has fuel injection. and whining is usually a vacuum leak. it also might cause the engine to "lope" at idle or for it to "surge" when you hold the accelerator steady.
by having a steady temperature.
What causes an electric current to keep moving is a steady supply of electrons.
Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends - 1984 Steady Eddie 12-2 is rated/received certificates of: Australia:G
A variable speed governor is an engine part that works with the engine to govern speeds required within the engine. It serves to keep the engine at a steady speed as set by the operator of the vehicle.
A flashing check engine light means an engine cylinder misfire has been detected
yes it is not
usually one or two bulbs are out
With a fuel pump problem, the car may seem to shudder or make jerking movements while accelerating. This is commonly misdiagnosed as a dirty fuel filter or "bad" gas in the tank. What's really happening is that the fuel pump is wearing out and at high speeds is unable to provide steady fuel pressure to the engine, causing it to misfire.
Added info to question: Vacuum also coincidently went from steady 20psi to 15psi/knock - small backfire/miss on acceleration from idle. Knock is steady at idle.
Have vehicle scanned to have codes cleared
I had the same problem and it is your oxygen sensor.
Because air resistance slows it down.
I could be wrong here but are you "kangeroo jumping" as in failing to use the clutch properly when changing gears thus the car lurches, this could be a result of a worn out clutch OR gearbox.
As steady as a rock
The battery is constantly being charged by the alternator as long as the engine is running. The alternator is driven by a fan belt or serpentine belt and provides a consistent steady flow of direct current of around 14 or 15 volts. The amount of voltage is kept steady even at varying engine revolutions by a voltage regulator.
Also when you try to give the car more gas. It starts to run very rough.
check you idle control valve it can cause those symptoms also your throttle positioning sensor
maybe the valve timing is a little bit out
Sodapop only smokes when something is bugging him or "to steady his nerves or when he wants to look tough" (97).