How Does a Car Move?

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You must have a engine, transmission, and a drive train. All of these components work together to create mechanical energy that makes a car move.
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1. Look for someone to drive the car for you. If you cannot find a friend who can drive your car for you, you can post an ad on Craigslist if you are comfortable with a stranger moving
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1. Check to see if there is any leakage or blockage in the flow of fuel. If there is fuel in the tank when the vehicle flutters, jitters, has abnormal and intermittent jerks before
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The petrol from th pump gets burned up by the car and the heat energy is put into the car and makes the wheels turn as the wheels turn they create electizety and that is how a car
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If you mean move as in "drag with a winch", then not much, about 0.5HP will do. I you mean move as in "being the car's motor", then it depends on what car it is,
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The important piece of every car is the car motor that can convert gasoline into motion so that your car can move and you can drive. The one important thing you need so that your motor can start is having enough fuel in your car.
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