get a tune up it could be the spark plugs not firing right or clean ur fuel injectors
The caliper could be hanging up. Or your right front brake line could be coming apart or kinked. that will cause it to pull left.
If you are left handed and trying to learn a stick shift, it will probably be harder cause you dont use your right hand. More cordinated with your left hand since its dominant
i don't think so, cause u don't sink ur car in coke right....? so..just wrap it off lol
Start by replacing the Flasher Relay.
you might have sprained ityou might have fractured ityou might have pulled a muscle
On a graph of acceleration vs. time, during deceleration the line is below zero. On a graph of speed vs. time, during deceleration the line has a negative slope (sloping downward from left to right).
sounds like the right front motor mount .i replaced mine and the clunking sound went away
Sounds like a loose or worn out belt on the engine.
No. Force = mass x acceleration.
Your right foot.
The difference is in the direction of the acceleration. Tangential acceleration is in the direction of movement. Radial acceleration is at right angles to it (towards, or away from, the center of a circle for example).
anal rash or ball exploding
you're wiring might not be grounded right, then you might have a short in the wires
Anything with mass will resist acceleration. So says Newton, and he's right.
Check the gearbox oil is at the right level
It might be your transmition...