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How is engine speed controlled?

Diesel engine speed is controlled solely by the amount of fuel injected into the engine by the injectors.Because a diesel engine is not self-speed-limiting, it requires not only a means of changing engine speed (throttle control) but also a means of maintaining the desired speed.

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How is diesel engine speed controlled?

Diesel engines require a speed limiter, commonly called the governor, to control the amount of fuel being injected into the engine.When fuel is injected, it vaporizes and ignites due to the heat created by the compression of the air in the cylinder.

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How do you control speed or stop a vehicle which runs with cryogenic engine?

Such a vehicle does not exist. However should one be built (unlikely) it would need to have a speed control (accelerator) and means of stopping (brakes) incorporated as with all vehicles.

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What controls a vehicle's speed and power?

The driver of a car controls the engine's power to achieve vehicle speed.Pressure on the accelerator or throttle pedal opens or closes a valve which controls airflow into the engine; the fuel system reacts by supplying the right amount of fuel.

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How engine speed is control by the governor?

Within a mechanical governor, the speed demand lever creates a spring force working against a force based on engine speed.The balance of these forces controls the volume of fuel injected into the engine.Applying machine load to the engine slows the engine speed.

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How the speed of a vehicle is related to engine speed and how tha vehicle speed is affected by the engine torque and gear ratio?

A smaller number as a gear ratio means more speed. Higher ratios have higher torque and less speed. The size of the engine just determines hp and tq for that engine unless it is upgraded. The gear ratio and engine determine the vehicles top speed and acceleration. More torque means more power the...

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How do you control speed in diesel vehicle?

This is a stupid question. i own a diesel vehicle and it has cruise control as it is a 2008 model. it also has an accelerator pedal which u control by pressing with your foot

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Is there a thing to control speed on cars?

yes, its called cruise control

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What is a speed control solenoid do on 95 wrangler?

Speed control is Chrysler's name for cruise control. The speed control relay on your Wrangler supplies power to the vacuum servo for the cruise control. This servo opens or closes the throttle plate in the throttle body based on commands from PCM when your cruise control is set.

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How does traction control work on a vehicle?

Traction control helps limit tire slip in acceleration on slippery surfaces.In the past, drivers had to feather the gas pedal to prevent the drive wheels from spinning wildly on slippery pavement.In modern vehicles, traction-control systems utilize the same wheel-speed sensors employed by the ant...

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What is a speed limiter on vehicles?

A speed limiter is a governor used to limit the top speed of a vehicle.For some classes of vehicles and in some jurisdictions they are a statutory requirement, for some other vehicles the manufacturer provides a non-statutory system which may be fixed or programmable by the driver.

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What causes vehicle control difficult at high speed?

Worn tires.Incorrect tire pressure.Front end out of alignment.Worn shocks/struts.Worn or broken sway bar bushings/links.Weather and road conditions.

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You are on a long downhil slope what should you do to help control the speed on your vehicle?

If it is a manual then just pick a lower gear and let the engine help to slow you down using little if any brakes, if it is an automatic, then basically the same thing, you can put it in D if it has over drive, and if not the you can got to 3rd. but listen to the engine and make sure it isn't rac...

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What 2 controls on a car a change in speed?

The transmission and the accelerator pedal.

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What two controls on a car change speed?

The brake pedal and the accelerator pedal can cause a change in speed.

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What is vehicle control?

you control the vehicle

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Would smaller tires on a vehicle reduce a vehicle's speed?

YES, but with smaller tires the car can push them over easier reaching its top speed faster.

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How to replace a idle speed control valve on a Honda odessey?

It really depends on the year, the newer models for the most part the idle control valve is bolted to the throttle body, you'll have to unbolt the throttle body so you can gain access to it. The idle control valve has 2 small coolant lines going to it so be sure the engine is cold. Do not attempt...

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How much is an engine control module?

The average price varies depending on the manufacturer and size of the engine, but the average replacement cost of an engine control module is around $250-$300.

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How do you control the speed of a car?

Use the cruise control option to set a speed.Cruise control is useful for straight, open roads that many people are tempted to speed on.Find the “Set” button on your car.Accelerate to the speed you wish to go, then press the Set button to maintain that speed automatically.

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How do throttle controls speed in cars?

they restrict the amount of air and fuel going into the engine

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How do you control engine vibration on cng car?

If your vendor is nearby you can take your vehicle there, if not, there is a small nob in the cng (you should see when your mechanic adjusts it) which you can adjust yourself in emergency

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How does an accelerator control the speed of a car?

The throttle pedal is a direct line to your car's engine.As the throttle pedal gets closer to the floor, the more air is sucked into the intake manifold to be mixed with even more fuel to rotate the crankshaft faster.This is your engine “revving” as the revolutions per minute (rpm) of the cranksh...

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How do throttle control the speed car?

The throttle does NOT control the speed of the car. On most spark ignition engines (an engine that uses spark plugs to fire) the throttle controls the amount of air entering the engine. The amount of fuel injected is proportional to the amount of air entering the engine. As this fuel is burned, c...

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How can regain control of a vehicle in a skid?

put the gear into neutral. It will take you immediately out of your skid. It kept me from hitting a vehicle on ice.

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Where is the speed control located on a jeep Cherokee 1994 model?

The Transmission Control Module for your Grand Cherokee is located under the driver side of the instrumentation console (underneath the dash) up against the fire wall near the outside of the vehicle. You should be able to see it with a flashlight as the TCM has and orange/yellow connector.

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Where is the idle speed control valve on a 1996 mercedes?

it should be computer controlled but if it isn't it'll by a 5mm alan key in the hole of the air cleaner...tiny adjustments make a big difference.move it a hair then drive, rinse, repeat until perfect

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Why is my traction control and check engine light on?

The Traction Control Light indicates your car's traction control system is active.Traction control is necessary to maintain grip in slick conditions.Common signs include the Check Engine Light coming on, car braking inconsistently, and the traction control switch not depressing.

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Where is engine control module on 1999 Dakota?

Passenger side of the engine bay, above the inner fender well.

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Is a speed limiter the same as cruise control?

A speed limiter prevents a car from travelling over a certain speed set by the driver.Unlike cruise control, it doesn't maintain a set speed.Some more modern systems can automatically change a car's speed in response to speed limit signs.These are often referred to as intelligent speed limiters.

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How speed of vehicles is known?

There's 2 ways of putting this so here it goes: 1.say on top gear they put in book the speed they would already know the facts of the speed so they put it in the books 2.if say your where at a car factory the first car they make out of that module car they will test using all technology like a sp...

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What does a speed sensor control?

A Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS) senses the speed of the vehicle. Used for automatic transmission shift points and other electronics.Another speed sensor would be a wheel speed sensor. This one monitors wheel speed for ABS and Traction control.

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What controls the speed of a car?

Cruise control (sometimes known as speed control or autocruise, or tempomat in some countries) is a system that automatically controls the speed of a motor vehicle.The system is a servomechanism that takes over the throttle of the car to maintain a steady speed as set by the driver.

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What should you do to control the speed of your vehicle when going down steep hills?

When ascending on a steep hill, maintain a steady speed by applying more pressure on the accelerator.You must drive slowly enough so that your brakes can hold you back without getting too hot.If the brakes become too hot, they may start to fade.

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What should you do to control the speed of your vehicle?

To control the speed of your vehicle you should; A) Select a high gear and use the brakes carefully.C) Select a high gear and use the brakes firmly.D) Select a low gear and avoid using the brakes.

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Vehicle emission control information is traditionally found?

its in Engine compartment, 99 per cent its stuck Under the hood. but on some cars like Volvo, jeep and few others; its on the body around the engine like on radiator holder firewall etc. it must be easily seen

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How do you install speed control on an xj6 1995 and the parts required please?

Hi all, I am posting this to you all as the parts required for this project has been given to me by Neil Bennett on a forum. All items needed within the engine bay was seen when looking and also using my Jag that has C/Control on it anyway for my friend to install it on his. However these parts a...

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What should be done to control the speed of a car on a downhill slope?

Down shift one gear possibly two.

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How do you connect and display a vehicles sensors speed status on a carputer or laptop?

You need an OBD2 reader which plugs into the standard socket fitted to all modern cars. Typically, this will have a USB connection which you plug into the carputer or laptop. You also need software to display the information on screen. Check the OBD2 Link shown for a full explanation of how to go...

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How you control a vehicle from rollover if your tire is pinctured?

Drive straightIf puncture is in the front Tyre apply rear wheel brake That is hand brake.If the puncture is in rear tires apply the regular brakes.

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How do you change a engine control moduler?

Yes you can but it will still read info from original van. i.e. If it had 142,000 miles when it wrecked...thats how many miles you'll show. Make sure it has same engine, etc. Call Dealer about resetting costs if they do it -

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What controls the trains speed?

Older trains if they were steam depended on how hot the fire was and modern day trains have electronic devices

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How does speed affect vehicles?

Speed has a direct affect on the magnitude of forces experienced by the vehicle. Force is mass x acceleration( or deceleration). This is why brakes/tires on performance cars are so much larger having to manage a great amount of energy during braking/cornering.Drag( the force of air on an object) ...

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How do I adjust the idle speed control valve?

Reset the IAC valve pintle position by performing the following: Depress the accelerator pedal slightly.Start the engine and run for 5 seconds.Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position for 10 seconds.Restart the engine and check for proper idle operation.

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How do you control engine torque?

In case of Bikes: By increasing the gear ratio from the main transmission point. As the torque and speed ratio is inversely proportional so increasing the teeths of the rear end gear to the main engine gear will increase the torque simultaneously it will also reduce the pick up

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What fuse controls the speed limiter on a daf 85 cf truck?

It's the one which supplies power to the engine ECM.

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How does using vapor methods with H2O gas and O2 improve engine performance and vehicle speed?

By using a water vapor injection system in the intake air stream, the engine will think it's running in a fog. The water vapor enters the cylinder and absorbes a bit of the heat and flashes to steam. The steam, because it's expanding, contributes to the pressure within the cylinder. The oxygen in...

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How to measure the speed of remote control car?

You can measure the speed of remote control car using a speedometer,GPS or radar gun. For more information check out traxxas.com/forums/showthread.php?8897772-What-s-the-cheapest-way-to-clock-the-speed-of-an-RC-car

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What is a ecu or pcu engine control unit?

Do you mean ecm or pcm? If so it stands for engine control module or power control module.

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Why does engine speed increase when defrost is turned on?

It's supposed to compensate idle for added load, most all cars do that when ac is on as well ECU adds about 50 rpm to prevent stalling.

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Is using speed control more economical than manual driving?

yeah because the throttle position stays the same and accel and dccels only as needed.

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Why does the control indicator for engine electronics stay on?

What indicator are you referring to? Are you referring to the Check Engine light? If so, it is on because the ECU has detected a problem with the emissions system.

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Where is the vehicle speed sensor on a 1991 Chrysler New Yorker?

Follow the passenger side axle to the transmission, the sensor is located in housing the axle fits into.

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Where is the vehicle speed sensor located on a 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4.7 V-8?

Mounted atop the transmission tail shaft.

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How is tachometer related to speed of vehicle?

The tachometer measures the number of revolutions the engine makes in a minute. This indirectly equates to the speed of the vehicle.Depending on the gear that the vehicle is in, you could determine speed with a tachometer. To determine your speed, you would need to know the gearing of the rear en...

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When your vehicle loses control on wet roads in the rain it is called?

When that happens, it's called Hydroplaning, and it can happen at speeds as low as 35 MPH.Cruise control makes hydroplaning worse by trying to keep your vehicle going at a constant speed.

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Where is the vehicle speed sensor located on a 1994 Pontiac Sunbird 3.1L?

In the 1994 2.0L engine sunbirds, the VSS is located above the passenger's side drive axle, I would imagine the location is the same for a 3.1.

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Where is the vehicle speed sensor located on a 2005 Pontiac vibe?

The speed sensor is on the transmission.

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To regain control of a vehicle in a skid?

make smooth steering corrections.

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How does the size of a vehicle affect its speed?

Bigger people are usually heavier and therefore will need alot more power to achieve equivalent speeds of smaller lighter people.It is all to do with power to weight ratios and aerodynamics (wind resistance).

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Where is the vehicle speed sensor located on a 99 ram?

The vehicle speed sensor is the sensor on top of the rear axle.If the vehicle has 4 wheel ABS then there will be a speed sensor on each front wheel.

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What is the minimum speed a vehicle must maintain on the Autobahn?

Not in the sense of a general minimum speed to drive.There is a lower limit for a vehicles top speed, though.Any motor vehicle in use on the autobahn has to be build to sustain speeds in excess of 60 km/h in Germany.(Other countries have different minima.)

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What does a idle speed air control does?

the idle speed air control controls the amount of air going in to the engine so it idles at a certain rpm so it wont stall when you stop at stop signs or so it wont over rev

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How do you adjust the engine idle speed on 2.7 liter 2004 Chrysler Intrepid engine?

Idle speed is automaticaly controlled by the computer. If idle speed is not correct, the car has a vacuum leak or a sensor problem.

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How does tire size affect vehicle speed?

The larger the tire the faster the vehicle will go for every revolution of the wheel.

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What are the guidelines for speed control?

speed control, or cruise control? speed control is supposed to be the basic rule, which is you traveling safely within the speed of traffic. but officers have been trying to get more money so they have been pulling people over that are in access of the speed limit around 10 to 15 mph, that's if y...

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How does vehicle speed sensor work?

Its opposite side is connected to a rotating magnet, which generates a voltage.This voltage is then transmitted to a computational device that calculates the speed proportional to the moving vehicle.During a vehicle's movement, the VSS will generate four pulses in response to one rotation of the ...

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Which car is the fastest Tamiya radio controlled vehicle?

The fastest Tamiya Radio controlled vehicle would be the RTR Levant car. At almost $600, the RTR Levant car gets the greatest of reviews and sounds like it has plenty of speed, more than some people can handle.

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What is the speed of a vehicle going 110 kmh?

110 kmh = 68.3508 miles per hour.

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Why is friction important in controlling your vehicle?

Friction allows the driver to slow down the vehicle when he/she applies the brakes and to put the car into a complete stop.

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What is a vehicle speed sensor drive gear?

Its the gear that connects the speed sensor shaft to the transmission

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What is the speed sensor in a vehicle?

The vehicle speed sensor (VSS) measures transmission/transaxle output or wheel speed.The ECM uses this information to modify engine functions such as ignition timing, air/fuel ratio, transmission shift points, and to initiate diagnostic routines.

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What are the disadvantages of cruise control in a vehicle?

It could make you less attentive.

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Where can one get a radio controlled vehicle?

Radio controlled vehicles including cars, boats and planes can be purchased from many retailers. Ebay and Amazon both sell them as do Walmart and Best Buy.

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What is the indicates speed of vehicle?

That would be called the speedometer.

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Why is engine control indicator coming on when driving then car wants to cut out?

The light is telling you something is wrong with the car. It cuts out because of the problem the warning light was trying to tell you was present. Take it to a mechanic and have them check to see what trouble codes the cars computer has then you know what needs repaired.

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What happens if a wheel speed sensor fault is set in the ABS control module?

1.ABS Light is illuminated on the dashboard.Since the wheel speed sensor also monitors the anti-lock braking system on your car, it's common for the ABS Light to illuminate when the sensor is worn out, disconnected, or has been struck by debris, which means you'll have to replace the wheel speed ...

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How fast is 250cc engine speed in mph?

Can't answer that one, to many variables.

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What is the purpose of a power control module in a vehicle?

The PCM is the brains of the drivetrain. it tells the transmission when to shift, the spark plugs when to spark, how much fuel to inject, among many many other functions. if it has to do with making your wheels turn and is controlled by computer, the PCM does it. and in modern cars, pretty much e...

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How many feet in one second will a vehicle travel if the speed is 40 mph?

Please share if you found this tool useful: Conversions Table30 Miles Per Hour to Feet Per Second = 441,000 Miles Per Hour to Feet Per Second = 1466.666740 Miles Per Hour to Feet Per Second = 58.666710,000 Miles Per Hour to Feet Per Second = 14666.666713 more rows

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How much water does it take to lose control of a vehicle?

According to FEMA: - Six inches of water will reach the bottom of most passenger cars, causing loss of control and potential stalling.- A foot of water will float many vehicles.- Two feet of rushing water will carry away most vehicles, including SUVs and pickups.

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Where is the speed sensor located on a 1994 22re engine?

The vehicle speed sensor (vss) is generally located at the rear of the transmission.

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How long does an engine control module last?

Each time you turn your key in the ignition, the relay for the ECM is powered and turns on the actual ECM.Although the ECM power relay is meant to last the entire lifetime of your vehicle, sometimes it can still fail.If it does, it's usually due to moisture issues or a power distribution issue.

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What is the engine speed?

The fuel get expanded after combustion in the chamber results reciprocating motion of the piston.this rotary motion is the measured by number of revolution of the crank shaft per minute is termed as ENGINE SPEED.revolution per minute (RPM) of the engine measured by tachometer connecting to the cr...

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How is the turbo controlled on 2004 Hilux diesel SR5?

by holding the brake slowly

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How do I replace the engine control computer?

The year, make and model info is important.

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How do you locate the engine coolant temperature sensor on a vehicle to replace it?

coolant temperature sensor are located where the coolant runs in the block near the thermostat housing normally the connector are on top of the sensor and the sensor itself screws in with a deep socket.The temperature sensor is usaully located where the coolant runs OUT of the engine close to the...

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How much does it cost to add cruise control to a vehicle?

The unit costs around $100.Any car shop would put it on for a couple hours labor whatever that is.Most modern cars will already have the ability to support cruise control.You probably just have to add the actual control buttons/stalk and enable it in software.

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What vehicles will climate control 16181974?

If you people would get a clue and try to understand the question a little more.What they, and I, would like to know, is what vehicles use the GM Digital Climate control module 16181974? If you need to replace it, what years/models would have this (mine is a 95 Buick PA Ultra) and I need a replac...

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What fuse controls the remote control on a car?

There isn't one. Get a new battery.

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How fast is a remote control car?

the Fastest Romote control csr is 15mph but the regulars are about 6/7/8/9 mph

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What is engine speed droop?

Speed droop is a governor function which reduces the governor reference speed as fuel position (load) increases.All engine controls use the principle of droop to provide stable operation.The ability to return to the original speed after a change in load is called isochronous speed control.

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What is a control rod on a car for?

It is part of the stering linkage and it is one of the main parts that control the whole stering control.

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How does a normal engine in a motor vehicle work?

There are several pages in the Wikipedia dealing with basic operation to the most complex systems in the modern motorised vehicle.Engines are complex and this forum is not conducive to writing a 30 or 40 page explanationhowever below is a very simplified explanation:The majority of engines in use...

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What does a boost controller do in a car engine?

The boost controller is a device in a car which modifies the pressure reaching the wastegate actuator. The boost controller may be manual or electronic and the effect is to increase the energy of the car.

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Where is the vehicle speed sensor on a 98 Pontiac transport and what color wire is it?

It'll be above the transmission output, and it'll be two wires... don't remember specifically, but black and white are the norm.

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What is a vehicle stopped without an operator at the controls?

Such a vehicle is said to be parked.

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How do you decelerated engine speed?

most engines have a carburetor. engines with carburetors are controlled by a butterfly valve. this butterfly valve controls the fuel/air mixture. the more air there is, the faster the fuel burns, making the engine run faster. when the butterfly valve is closed, a minimum amount of air is mixed wi...

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How do you reset engine idle speed?

The base idle will not be correct until the ECM resets the IAC. Connect the negative battery cable, then reset the IAC valve pintle position as follows: Turn the ignition ON for five seconds.Turn the ignition OFF for ten seconds.Start the engine and check for proper idle operation.

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How do you turn cruise control on?

Check the owners manual for the car. Each car is different.

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