Your problem is when you put it in drive and hit the accelerator the car hesitates to go Once it gets going it seems to be fine It is just the inital starting out Its also dies when you come to a stop?
Check your vacuum lines for any hissing. If someone can correct me, There should be a vacuum line routing sticker under the hood. Also check your air hose from the air box to the throttle body. I had this problem on my Sunfire and I needed an intake hose and it was fixed. Good luck.
Your 1991 Buick lesabre hard to start after sitting all night must hold accelerator down while cranking then runs fine all day you checked the valve after sitting all night no fuel till cranking?
check your fuel pressure at the rail. the regulator may be going bad. * turn key to on but not running. check for pressure. fuel pressure should hold for about 1-2 min at the rail before it bleads down. if you have an inital blast of pressure and then it is gone in 10-20 seconds change the regulator.
In its most basic form pH = -log[H+] where [H+] is the concentration of hydrogen ions from the acid dissocating. Given the acid dissocation constant and an inital concentration of the acid we can calculate [H+] the most common calculation you will see when doing the maths is Ka[inital acid concentration] = [x2] from this we get [H+] and sub into the first equation to get pH. From pH we can get pOH, as pH…