I have a 1992 Escort, and it starts doing that right around the time it needs its 30,000 mile check-up.
Probably the fuel filter. Change it.
yes, you are causing it to run richer.
Check your tensioner
If you have replaced plugs and wire most likely one of your coil pack usually run about $50
Could be a turbocharger, or a low oil level in a manual transmission causing it to "howl".
Accelerating climate change may be causing the unprecedented wind events that are now becoming so common.
It's a good possibility that the old oil was never drained, then the new oil added. Now there is way too much oil in the engine causing the sputter.
you need a scanner to scan your cars computer to see what is causing it to happen
the reason an engine "jerks" is because all of the fuel going into the cylinders are is not completely burning thus causing a loss of power...
I guess you mean that the expansion of the Universe is accelerating. That isn't known for sure right now. It is believed that some mysterious substance known as "dark energy" is causing this acceleration. However, not much is known about this substance. Read the Wikipedia article on "dark energy" for more information.
Check just in front of the muffler. The pipe that connects the muffler and the catalytic converter went on my 97 GTi, a portion of the exhaust system was sitting on a support causing a rattle sound when accelerating.
It may be your spark plug wires. I had a Honda that hesitated when going up hill or when accelerating and it ended up being that the spark plug wire insulation had some hair line cracks causing the wires to short. I replaced the wires and havent had the issue since.
look at your vaccum hoses 4 leaks.
Check the vaccume return hose that goes over the block on top. Mine was dried out and I was losing pressure at the connection. That was causing mine to do chug.
Because carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse gases are building up in the atmosphere. This is accelerating the natural greenhouse effect, causing global warming and climate change.
That means that the Universe expands faster and faster. It causes the Universe to grow, and the general density of matter in the Universe to decrease over time.
Check all front end components for wear. Then check the engine and transmission mounts as the engine could be shifting and causing the shake.
try your fuel diaphragm could be overloading the intake. causing it to stall
check tire balance. check tire for seperation. loose steering or suspension parts.tire problem most likely.
I had that problem in my1998 CR-V and took it to a mechanic... Was told that my ac compressor was freezing up. And that if I kept running my ac it could cause lockup.
It depends on where the sound seems to be coming from, but worn brake pads are an option.
The most common cause of the whistling in a 2003 Impala is a vacuum leak. Any of the lines under the hood could be causing the noise.
The Earth. The Earth and Moon are bound together by gravity and the Earth's tides (caused by the Moon) are accelerating the Moon and slowing the spin of the Earth. This means that the Moon is slowly getting further and further away from Earth.
Yes... Well, a malfunctioning one will. There's a number of things to look into when trying to trouble-shoot 'sputtering', poor idle. See "Related Questions" below for more ideas on what be causing these problems.