The car runs fine, but many times, especially when I put it in reverse, it trembles a little and turns off. Sometimes when I put it in drive, before it starts to move, it also trembles and turns off. If I slow down and keep the car moving slowly, especially uphill, it trembles and also turns off.
When it does this ,see if black smoke coming from tailpipe...could be your oxy sensor not reading fuel ratio ...age seems about right for bad sensor...also if you change this ,take car for a good driveapp.20 mi. to let new sensor get a good reading on fuel /air mix coming from engine exhaust
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If your brake pads are still in fine shape but the car trembles when you breaknonetheless, this could be your problem. ... Lately when I hit the brakes, the car trembles. ... In my experience if the steering wheel shakes or the front suspensionshudders when on the brakes, the front ...
From what I have seen, a tremble is usally an out of balance condition. Check you blades and see if you can see one of the fan blades that has been damaged. Eventually, it will affect the fan motor but it will take some time.
timing is off.classic symptoms of the timing being a few degrees off.. depending on how bad it is off you can try turning the distributor and see if it clears up if not just have to retime it just loosen the dist enough to give it a twist and see if it will clear up
This happened to my Buick. The front tires had little facets worn on them, causing the trembles. Yours sounds even more severe. But for my car, I adjusted the toe in and rotated the front tires to the back. The steering wheel doesn't tremble any more. But there is a rumble in the seat. I can live with that. Bad shocks. Bad alignment. These cause the facets.
some times this is caused by high engine idle, or there may be an issue with your transmission, i would start by adjusting the idle, "lowering it" you can find the correct procedure for this and the right rpm range for the car in gear, in most manuals