Why is the car still moving to right side?
The reason your bake pedal may be moving side to side is because they are not properly aligned. Do not drive a vehicle with this problem, as your brakes may give out.+++Either the pedal-arm has a lot of free-play axially on the shaft on which it pivots, or the pivot (s) is (are) worn. The latter ...
Possible - yes. Very few things of a mechanical nature like that are actually impossible. But it's not possible to do it cheaply or easily, it'll require a fairly thorough, difficult and expensive rebuild of the car. You can do almost anything if enough money is at your disposal. Changing the dri...
It's broken.If it went left it might be the cable.
Back when hooves served as combustion engines, America's chosen side wasn't the norm.Archeologists have found evidence that ancient Romans drove their carts and chariots on the left, because it was easier for drivers to steer with their dominant right hand (always the majority) and whip the horse...
do u mean that does yor engine move side to side during acceleration. well no because your foot is on the accelerate
Originally Answered: Why did the US have the driver's seat on the left side? The USA has the driver's seat on the left side because that puts it behind the steering wheel which is also on the left side.This makes it easier to drive on the right side of the road than it would if the steering wheel...
If the car turns right, your body tries to stay where it was, which is on the left.Same reason when the car accelerates forwards, you are pushed back into your seat.The source of the centripetal force that forces you to go around the turn is the friction between your seat and your thighs.
Almost always, in countries where one drives on the right-hand side of the road, the cars are built so that the driver sits on the left-hand side of the car.Conversely, driving on the left-hand side of the road usually implies that the driver's seat is on the right-hand side of the car.
You may have a problem with the car's suspension system such as a need to replace the shocks . If the driver is over weight the vehicle will lean to the left.
Because cars are driven on the left side of the road in Britain.
it sounds like you have a driveline issue. If it is an automatic transmission I would assume that that is where your problem lies. You would have to take it some where and have a technician look at it to confirm the diagnoses.
It might be called shimmying.
it probably means you have a hole in your tube, you should get this checked-out as it will soon run out and cause your engine to over-heat, try not to use your car at all until you can bring it in to a mechanic
We drive on the left because that allows us to defend ourselves against oncomers using a sword in our right hands.Left-handed people are at a heavy disadvantage in Britain because they have to wield the sword in their non-dominant hands, which is why they usually move to France.
Yes, it is legal to drive a vehicle with the steering wheel on the right in the United States.Since most right-hand-drive vehicles are manufactured for non-United States markets, they may not meet those specifications and will require significant modification.
Passenger's side. Unless you live in England or Australia. Then it is the driver's side.
the left side is the driver side in the USthe left side is on the left when sitting in the car faceing forwards!the right and left sides of an automobile or the engine are determined faceing forward from rear of object as in cross mounted engine stand in back of engine and face towards the front ...
The right and left sides of an automobile or the engine are determined facing forward from rear of car or as from the point of view of being seated inside the car, facing the front (ie, from the driver's seat).Passenger side = Right side (We drive on the Right side of the road.
Indicator needle on the temperature gauge is stuck below the stop on the left side of the gauge how do you access the gauge to move it over to the right side of the stop?
Most times, it requires removing the entire dashboard and front of the car. Then popping out the glass is done by dismantling the dashboard drivers side of the car. Best to seek professional help on that.
“The control is located on the left side, the logical place, for the following reasons: Travelling along the right side of the road the steering wheel on the right side of the car made it necessary to get out on the street side and walk around the car.
When passing a truck, maintain a safe and steady speed, keeping the cab of the truck in your rear-view mirror before pulling in front of it.Pass on the left to maximize visibility and ensure there's enough space between your car and the truck when you merge back over.
If you are asking about the gear shift then YES you can but then you have to make some internal modifications in the engine block, the cam shaft and the driving gear should be attached to the right side of the block
Steering wheel placement aims to put the driver closer to the middle of the road.Some countries decided differently WRT which side of the road to drive on.Cars made to be used in right-side-traffic have the steering wheels to the left, while cars made to be used in left side traffic have the stee...
For the same reason airplanes have red lights on the left and blue lights on the right. If, in a poor vision situation, two police cars (or any emergency vehicle for that matter) are some distance apart and racing down a highway (or two planes in the sky) and see the flashing lights of another di...
You may not have enough steering fluid?
Try swapping the front tires left to right and see if this changes any thing.If the vibration or shimmy is below 25mph it is a seperated tire, 30-75 mph it is wheel balance but this will not make the vehicle pull.Sounds like a bad tire.Yes, a bad tire can cause a pull and shimmy from minimal to s...
Your right rear side light is not flashing on the outside but in the car it flashes really fast when you turn on and the left rear light is working Why is the right rear side not working?
Did you check if the bulb is ok? Normally if a bulb is burned out the speed of the indicator inside the car increases significantly.
Yes, they drive on the (wrong) or left side of the road. Therefore the drivers position is placed closest to oncoming traffic.
On longer axles they are split with a carrier bearing in the middle to reduce vibration.
While sitting in the vehicle facing forward the left side will be on your left and the right side will be on your right. For parts on cars with sideways sitting engine/trans. while sitting in the vehicle facing forward the left side of the engine will be closest to the front of the vehicle.The dr...
The right and left sides of a vehicle or the engine are determined facing forward from the rear of the car or as from the point of view of being seated inside the car, facing the front (from the driver's seat).
Not sure what you mean or what kind of car but check transmission fluid. Maybe get a flush. Happened to my 2000 Pontiac Sunfire (4 dr, auto, 2.2 L Inline4). Cost me $125 US at a chain service station.Otherwise talk to your mechanic or someone who lives nearby who works on vehicles in their spare ...
There's a lot of (kinetic) energy in a moving car, and that energy has to be gotten rid of. And that just can't happen instantly, it has to be a gradual thing. A car stopping in an instant would be like you jumping off a chair and trying to land with your legs held straight. Instant pain. OTOH if...
the guy should not hit the 2 cars on the right and he should not go near them
The year, make model and engine info would be helpful.It's possible you have a bad wheel bearing, or, if it's a front wheel drive car, bad CV joints are also a possibility.
The left side of an automobile is always the drivers side.
Where is the gas and brake pedal location in European cars driver right side in relation to the tunnel?
European foot controls are identical to North American foot controls except for the British Isles, which drive on the "wrong" side of the road. Foot controls are the same, in GB, with the accellerator furthest right, brake next then the clutch, for vehicles that use a stick shift.+++OI! It's not ...
if youre talking about a car from another country that is a rhd, then yes it is legal. I'm not too sure on the laws in Washington, but in order to do so in most states you would need to have the car registered, and its probably different from state to state on the guidelines they use, I know some...
I assume you're talking about the e-mail where theres a picture of a school bus and it asks you which way its traveling.look at the picture, do you see the door to let the kids on? then its traveling to the left.This is why little kids always get this one right =)
Check your turn signal stalk switch.In some cars, German ones in particular, this is an intentional safety feature. If the turn signal is not centered the parking lights stay on so it is more easily seen at night if the car is parked on the side of a narrow street.
Long time ago, ( before automobile) they drive Chariot, during that they used the whip to control the horses. If they ride left side of the road, the whip conflict and tied each other. for that reason the use to drive on right side of the road..
It could be that the circuit board on the back of youre cluster is damaged and needs to be replaced. The light bulbs are also linked like a set of X-mas lights, if one is burned out the others could not work.
The rack and pinion, which exists in almost all modern vehicles, is the most comment element of the steering linkage to cause excessive bounce and sway in your car.Other damage to the steering linkage can cause this problem as well, though the rack bushings are the most common culprit.
On a right hand drive 2002 Fiat Punto why would the driver's side windscreen wiper stop working while the passenger side continues to function?
Mk2 Puntos has a weak piece of linkage on the front wipers. The fix is relatively easy, although it will cost you a little money...there are details on http://www.fiatforum.com/punto-technical/29022-mk2-punto-wiper-linkage-upgrade-now-only-65-carriage-free.html
So, there are people who walk on their right side as well.Despite the fact that walking on the right gives a better view of the oncoming vehicular traffic, some possible reasons for why pedestrians walk on their left or right: Need: their origin and destination is on the same side and they needn'...
As a rule exhaust is emitted on the opposite side of the fuel filler tube on single exhaust vehicles for safety reasons.
In the past, almost everybody travelled on the left side of the road because that was the most sensible option for feudal, violent societies.Since most people are right-handed, swordsmen preferred to keep to the left in order to have their right arm nearer to an opponent and their scabbard furthe...
If you're talking about a battery... The + is positive, sometimes red, and connects to something with power such as your alternator. The - is negative, sometimes black, and connects to the ground such as the block or chassis.
On the coil packs left side top to bottom what is the firing number also the right side top to bottom?
Go to your local library and find the service manual; that is why you replace 1 plug at a time
Why do the hubcaps on a car appear to be moving backwards when the vehicle is actually moving forward?
That only happens when you view a recording of a car moving. The frame rate of the video capture device or camera creates that illusion half the time. This is because the next frame at any particular time moved more than halfway around, or more accurately the angular position of the wheel at the ...
If the steering wheel does not turn the wheels immediately, but there seems to be a slight delay before the vehicle begins to turn then it points to a serious problem with the steering system. The rack and pinion may be worn. The tie rods may be damaged. Whatever the problem, if you are not suit...
Because if there is no friction between the wheels and the asphalt the car would simply spin out. Unable to move at all on a friction-less surface. In fact, it's so important racecars have upsidedown wings to push the car into the ground to get better friction. Which when we're talking about car ...
because they drive on the left side and the driver always has to be in the center of the road
The right calliper, on a car, is independent from the left calliper which means one can go bad and the other is just fine. Callipers can be dirty or they may need tightened if they are too loose.
May be a fuel pump going bad
Country: Yes, the convention is "as you sit in the driver's seat".That's an internationally accepted convention, so a "right hand drive" car has the steering wheel on the right hand side (as you sit in the car) and a "left hand drive" has the steering wheel on the left.
In the US it was a the start of the 20th century,in some countries, it hasn't.In 1903, Henry Ford began designing cars that had steering wheels on the left side of the vehicle.
When Changed brakes bearings rear end seals on 2004 GMC 2500 HD duramax and still grinding on right side?
The carrier bearings or pinion bearings may be at fault.
They continue on their path but the car slows down. It's more like the car moves back.
Throughout most of history, before the car, people travelled along the left side of the road.Once traffic regulation laws started becoming more common, most countries chose right-hand driving, while in 1835, Britain and its colonies made left handed driving mandatory.
Why is it that when a driver makes a sharp left turn the passenger is pressed against the right side of the car?
It's a perfect example of centrifugal force, and of Newton's First Law of Motion.As the car travels forward, all of the objects inside of it (including the driver and passengers) acquire a certain momentum; known as inertia. When the driver then acts to change the direction of the momentum (by su...
You lean to the right as your car turns left because of the momentum. While you are driving in a straight line the car and you have forward momentum as the car turns to the left its changing the trajectory of its momentum but since you are not really part of the car you keep following the forward...
Most probably the wire moving it up and down broke. You should have a way of manually close and open the sunroof, try that and if it doesn't work than it's the wire if it does there's something more complicated.
Yes, it would still be legal. I drove to Florida and Minnesota once with a permit. But I was on vacation and since you're moving, you might want to check with the DMV about the issue.