Tuesday, 15 January 2019


 If your car rolls in when you speed up, it is a warning that you have a bigger problem with your car. The earlier you can diagnose the problem, the more you can minimize damage to your car and reduce repair costs. You should not ignore this problem before it gets worse, always take your car to a certified mechanic.

Scrapping cars is a
common problem with many different factors that can contribute to the cause. These are the most common reasons why your car is down

1) Worn spark plugs

Burned spark plugs cause the engine to not burn. This means that your spark plugs do not ignite the fuel in each piston cylinder in time, which causes your car to nod around when accelerating. If your spark plugs are worn, they should only be replaced because they are usually easy and inexpensive.

2) Dirty fuel injectors

Fuel Injectors are the way the gas in your car is allowed into your car engine. When your fuel injectors are polluted, the fuel flow will not be continuous, causing engine failures - and as a result, your car will tear when you speed up. Your fuel injectors should be occasionally cleaned to prevent this problem as well as costly repairs on the line.

3) Damaged acceleration cable

You may encounter an accelerator cable. This is a metal braided cable that serves as a connection between the gas pedal and the engine throttle. When you press the accelerator pedal, the cable is pulled out and the accelerator pedal opens. Gradually, these cables become weaker with age and may fail and interfere. When this cable is damaged, it will take longer to accelerate and cause your car to crack.

4) Blocked fuel or air inlets

Car engines need air and fuel to work. Inside the engine, the air mixes with the fuel and the spark plugs shine to create an explosion that moves the pistons in. This cycle continues further and further, allowing the vehicle to move. If it is in rows that allow fuel or air to your engine, then this cycle is interrupted and can cause your vehicle to rotate when you try to accelerate. Usually, the engine check lamp will appear if one of these inputs is blocked - remember, never forget the engine's check light, always take it to the service center immediately!

5) Accumulated moisture

Gathering moisture in your car's distributor cap may cause your car to rotate during your acceleration because it causes your engine to evaporate. This can happen when it is parked outdoors in cold weather. The best way to prevent this is to park in a warm, dry place in cold and humid days.

6) Clogged catalyst

Your catalytic converter is responsible for regulating emissions from your vehicle. Sometimes rich air and fuel mixtures flow through your catalyst, which can lead to compression or stuttering when you press the accelerator pedal.

Don’t Let Your Car Jerk You Around
If you observe your vehicle rising while accelerating, immediately take it to an expert for thorough inspection.

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