Impossible to answer ! Different engines run at different speeds. It would depend on things like the gear ratio, cylinder timing, engine torque, road conditions etc.
It is possible it is one of the speed sensors.
On the open road or freeway with mild inclines.
Possibly, you have a broken timing belt.
All vehicle makes and models are different. For example, a full size 4 wheel drive Suburban will get from 16-22 mpg (city driving vs freeway driving), while a VW Jetta with a diesel engine will get 38-52 mpg.
Falling asleep or losing concentration due to boredom. Take frequent breaks on long jouneys.
If the engine sounds loud like it's going faster than you really are it could be that you have lost your overdrive gear in the transmission. Once you hit freeway speeds, the automatic overdrive kicks in. If the engine seems to be operating normal, your tachometer might be faulty. Ken
HOV lane (High Occupancy Vehicle) 2+ passengers must be in the vehicle while driving in said lanes.
replace the cam position sensor.also if this happens agin, while driving, put vehicle into neutral and start engine while coasting.by the time you have restarted engine, you will usually have slowed down enough to reengage transmission with out stopping
Your transmission seems to be slipping, serious problem!!! See mechanic ASAP, you don't want to get stuck on the freeway & can't move, not a good situation!
The shortest route is 94.4 miles which is an hour and 46 miles minutes while driving.
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The problem is most likely a faulty ignition switch. There is a recall that has been in place since 2002.
you should safely change to the right lane
No, that is not normal. Should be around 2500 rpms.
My timing belt broke while driving on the freeway. Nothing was damaged. I think that I was lucky though.....
Symptoms indicate the timing chain broke or came loose.
It depends on the setpoint of the thermostat.
while you are in park? That should be normal. While in gear or driving, no that isn't.
Yours, you should have been paying more attention while driving. That is the way it is seen in the DMV, police and insurance companies eyes.
Could be time for a good tune up.
One posibility to check would be the timing belt. If it broke while driving your car will stall and will not start again. If it was the timing belt you may have a more costly repair bill then just the belt.
There are 2 fans that would be running while you are driving and that is normal... the compressor fan if you have the air conditioner running and the radiator fan runs to help keep the radiator cool while the engine is on.
A scalar is a magnitude only (...I am driving at 60 miles per hour), while a vector is a magnitude and direction (...I am driving at 60 miles per hour, heading east).