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why a chevy cavalier 1997 would be lossing power or speed while beingdriven please someone what could by [email protected]
i have a chevy cavalier 1997 and while is been driven looses power can anyone give me an answer of what can be causing that kind of trouble please call 516 508 1981
September 10th 13 04:41 AM
by Anthony Cruz Go to last post
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97' Chevrolet Cavalier : Timing Belt or Chain? by [email protected]
i was wondering if anyone knows why a chevy cavalier 1997 will loose power will been driven it gets so lasy what could be causing that kind of problem please call 516 508 1981 thanks ask for jose or nora
September 10th 13 02:43 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Mid & rear engine placement safety implications by [email protected]
I guess this is a first time ever I have splintered anything into a separate thread, cause this is so OT of the original OT I feel entitled to do so :^) Do be sure to crosspost to alt.autos.porsche when replying please. GG is significantly more retarded in its new installment (to disallow...
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September 9th 13 07:48 PM
by jim beam[_4_] Go to last post
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New Type of Fuel Efficient Vehicle by PolicySpy[_3_]
There's a new type of fuel efficient vehicle and the government is not interested at all. The new fuel efficient vehicle is a motorized bicycle. But isn't a motorized bicycle a mopad ? Well, according to most governments a motorized bicycle with an internal combustion engine is a mopad and...
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September 6th 13 06:57 AM
by PolicySpy[_3_] Go to last post
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rear engine versus mid engine? by [email protected]
What is the demarcation between rear engine and mid engine cars? I presume a rear engine is when the center of gravity of the engine is behind the rear axle.
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September 5th 13 03:24 AM
by AMuzi Go to last post
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Save Willow run by bob
www.impomag.com/articles/2013/08/birthplace-rosie-riveter-willow-run-bomber-plant bob
September 4th 13 05:28 AM
by jim beam[_4_] Go to last post
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fwd **** propagation by [email protected]
I'm under the impression that Porsche is among very few car mass production companies that are impervious to the "valuable input" from the marketing folks. Bmw was like that before the numb electric steering went on 3xx (in F90?) and the upcoming front wheel drive 1xx ****mobile. Am I wrong here...
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September 3rd 13 05:24 PM
by T0m $herman Go to last post
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Mid section of the exhaust is toast, cat converter a suspect? or justthe age... by [email protected]
the middle bottle ("resonator") in my A4 B6 is toast beyond repair and there does not seem to be an aftermarket can available. So before I bring $450 US to the local audi dealer I should ask this: is there a catalytic converter on the way out or anything else? I'd rather understand why the rear...
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September 3rd 13 04:54 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Replace Honda Civic console lock by yong321
The console lock (or armrest lock, part# 20 in http://estore.honda.com/honda/parts/view-honda-parts-catalog-detail.asp?m=2008-civic-hybrid-4-mx-hybrid-cvt&sn=&b=B++3740&dl=# ) on my 2008 Honda Civic Hybrid broke and the console lid stays up. I bought a replacement. I didn't take a picture before I...
September 3rd 13 12:26 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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How the Mighty Have Fallen by T0m $herman
Abandoned and impounded supercars in Dubai: <http://motoring.ninemsn.com/showroom/glance/8669649/dubais-supercar-graveyard>. :) -- T0m [email protected]
September 2nd 13 04:04 PM
by JR[_8_] Go to last post
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Tool Talk - Big Wrench by Vic Smith
What's the biggest open end wrench you've used? Any dimension. Nut size, length, or wrench weight.
August 31st 13 03:49 PM
by AMuzi Go to last post
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scan tools, sensor readings? by George[_23_]
(04 Cavalier) I have a Gore Proscan OBD2 interface module, which lets you display various sensor readings on a PC. Some of these (eg, rpm, TPS, ...) work fine. But, ... (1) Some sensors, which I know the PCM reads (eg, fuel tank pressure), seem not available for display. (2) Some sensors that...
August 31st 13 07:55 AM
by Steve W.[_6_] Go to last post
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tesla model s engineering efforts reuse in the day and age of "platforms" by [email protected]
Now that tesla has a useful cage in model s it could sell it to the highest bidder who can promptly plunk a gasoline engine under the hood or into the trunk and sell 10x cars than tesla would for all their electric models combined.
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August 31st 13 02:27 AM
by T0m $herman Go to last post
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brake upgrades effect on ESC by [email protected]
Cars today have ABS, EBD, ESC, "active city stop", self-parking and more. I am wondering what happens if you upgrade the brakes (not with OEM brakes). About 10 years ago, I put bigger rotors and master cylinder on a car, and it did not upset the ABS, but that is a lot simpler than the modern stuff....
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August 30th 13 04:44 PM
by jim beam[_4_] Go to last post
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Toyota Vii Fun Concept by JR[_8_]
If you want to Google it? I Like It.
August 28th 13 09:27 PM
by JR[_8_] Go to last post
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trouble codes: P0440 vs P0455 by George[_23_]
(04 Cavalier) I'm getting P0455. New gas cap didn't help, & I didn't see anything flagrant on visual inspection. Reading about the EVAP codes, it seems that P0455 means a "large leak", while P0440 means the self-test can't reach its target tank vacuum ... which I'd think would also imply a...
August 27th 13 07:06 PM
by Steve W.[_6_] Go to last post
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What does the EHSR mean for my alternator bearing rebuild by Misha
I'm planning on rebuilding my Bosch 120 amp alternator. One of the two bearings is a 6304 EHSR 2RS1 c3 - 17x52x17mm I know the 2RS means two rubber shields. And the 6304 is the size. While the C3 is the radial clearance. But what does the EHSR indicate?
August 27th 13 01:57 AM
by Jordan[_4_] Go to last post
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Make it harder to press gas pedal by [email protected]
To solve the problem that a beginner may accidentally press the gas pedal when he means to step on the brake, I think one easy way is to replace the spring holding the gas pedal with one with a higher force constant. Once he's driven the car for some months, change it back. This won't prevent the...
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August 26th 13 06:26 AM
by Bill Vanek Go to last post
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How Much Can CNN Get Wrong About F1 Engines, Physics In One Article? by Ubiquitous
I think CNN must be hiring Amish kids on Rumspringa for its motorsports writers. That's really the only way you could explain the rich, lavish ignorance of how cars work as demonstrated in this article about turbo engines returning to F1. The basic facts are there F1 regulations are calling...
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August 25th 13 10:17 PM
by Brian Thorn Go to last post
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Flaming CHerokee's by bob
www.impomag.com/news/2013/08/feds-probe-jeep-grand-cherokee-ceiling-fires This is a new one on me bob
August 24th 13 09:04 PM
by Steve W.[_6_] Go to last post
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