Check for leaks and if you have a check engine light on, go to auto zone and have the codes read free. Give it a good tune up with new filters. Run injector cleaner through it.
Include month names in mentioning your duration there.
there is a flea on the spotthe dog is itching it every second it starts to get soreit happened to my dogs buttits normal
I am not exactly sure what might cause this. I do know however, that I got them after becoming pregnant, and I have been told that they should go away eventually after the baby is born.
I am 56 years old, fair skined and I have noticed blotches that appear on my breasts and tummy whenever my body i…
You could be asking about the element Mercury or the planet Mercury. The element Mercury is probably most remarkable for being a metal which is liquid at room temperature.However, I think this is about the planet. The planet's famous feature is called the "Caloris Basin".
The first answer as…
I need one for the driver's side and so far I've only found them at the dealer and they are $140 each.
If you have found a source, please let me know.
Not sure if you've replaced your rear hatch support yet, they are usually only sold as a pair, you have to buy the …
It is the Caloris Basin, a crater 1500 km wide, ringed by mountains up to 2 km high.
you can, but it will require you to replace the output shaft on the '95 trans. with your old '90 model, as there is a worm gear built onto the old style output shaft to drive the speedometer cable. To replace the output shaft, you have to nearly completely teardown the transmission.
As with a hurricane on Earth the "Great Red Spot" is fed by heat, but unlike on Earth, the heat is generated internally on Jupiter. Since there is no land mass for the storms to pass over on Jupiter, the storms continue to churn away, fed heat continuously. It is unknown how long the Red Spot has pe…
Mercury's most well known feature is The Great Red Spot
Since you spelled mercury with a small "m" I'm assuming you are referring to the element and not the planet.
The most notable thing about mercury is that it is one of only two (debatable three) metals that is a liquid at room temper…
Your float assembly is probably sticks within the tank. It would be expensive to repair because the gas tank would need removal and the fuel pump/ float assembly is a unit. Sorry.
The transfer case has electronic switch that allows it to go in and out for low to high. Did you put it in neutral before changing over?
Jet Flight to Jupiter
A commercial jet travels more or less 1000 km/hr. Jupiter is, round numbers, 5 A.U. away, or 5*150e6 km. Time = distance/rate, so
time = 750e6 km /1e3 km/hr = 750,000 hours. To the level of accuracy we're dealing with here, a year is close enough to 7500 hours, so it wo…
yes this is the silly cycle of a narcissistYes it is common. That's what they do best, playing their games and ensuring they have victims at hand. They want to know and wish that their victims never move on and find other partners. To them that is the worst type of insult.
Jupiter's Minimum Temp
Minimum surface temperature is -180 C or -426 f
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Jupiter's Most Well-Known Feature
I would say it would be the RED SPOT, a centuries-old swirling storm within Jupiter's gaseous atmosphere.
Either that or his Great supporting roles in most of the Hercules movies..going under the stage-name ZEUS.
You'll want to make a call to the manufacturer on this one. That said, I'd put my money on an oxidation process at work on the surface -- how do you know this is coming through from underneath please?
Like the last guy said, it is definetly way too dangerous. If you want to put it on a regular scooter, then you might as well give up right now. If you have something with a stronger structure and bigger wheels, then it's a good idea to get started. And if you have the money, the smarts, and the cou…
210 degrees F w/factory thermostat
If it has a factory thermostat, it will be around 210 degrees F. Without it, it should be around 160 or so. That is if everything is normal.
Jupiter has a faint ring system comprised of three main rings: an
inner torus, known as the halo, a relatively bright main ring, and
an outer gossamer ring.
You cannot see the rings of Jupiter with the naked Eye. They are
too thin.Jupiter has a set of faint rings.
Yes, but a very thin one.Look it up on Google, that will give you more info.(webkinzandMCR on YT)
We can't yet be certain, but the current best guess is that it is predominantly covered with ice. In fact, one of the interesting theories concerning Europa is that the ridges that we can see on the surface were caused by the ice cracking, and the liquid (water?) beneath boiling into space and then …
You can not. The mileage has exceeded the mechanical limits of the odometer. You can look at wear on the brake pedal. That is usually a good indicator of high mileage, but it is not definitive. Brake pedals can be replaced. You can check for repair records in the car as well. These sometimes have mi…
On average Earth's moon is about 238500 miles or 384,000 kilometers from the Earth.
ANSWER:Try eBay under yard ornaments or yard decoration. Also try a local nursury to get them to sell it for you.
An ocean below it's surface. It's unsure how deep or what sort of ocean - fresh or saline (the consensus seems to indicate saline).
0.41354 days, is the time it takes Jupiter to complete one rotation.
Jupiter rotates on its axis every 9 hours, 55 minutes, and 30 seconds.
9 hours 55 minutes
10 hoursit takes 16.11000 hours or 0.671 days
The distance from the Earth to Mars is constantly changing as both
planets orbit the Sun in different orbits and at different speeds.
As of Jaunary 14, 2014 at about 4:5 PM Pacific time, Mars is about
1.22449 AU, and closing. That's about 113,823,456 miles. But the
Earth is catching up, because th…
gas giants are made of gas Pluto is made of rockthank you , you helped alot i failed my test jkjk i passed im using my phone in class
Greatest Gravity In our solar system, the planet with the greatest gravity is Jupiter. and lowest gravity planet is Mercury. (Pluto's gravity is lower than that of Mercury, but Pluto is no longer considered a planet.)Jupiter.
Mercury : average distance 58 million km (36 million miles)Minimum Distance from Sun: 46.0 million km (28.6 million miles)Maximum Distance from Sun: 69.8 million km (43.4 million miles)Venus : average distance 108 million km (67 million miles)Minimum Distance from Sun: 108 million km (67 million mil…
you can only get a cold from viruses. you can get sick by sitting next someone who is ill or drink someone Else's drink
Waning. This rhymes with raining.
It doesn't have one as it can be made in a variety of ways.
There is no absolute reason, but they are both closer to the Sun than Earth, and the Sun's gravity would seriously affect any moons, especially around Mercury. Earth's only Moon seems to be made of material ripped from the planet in a massive collision VERY early in earth's history. Had that not ha…
Jupiter has an orbital period of 4,331.5 Earth days or about 11.86
Its orbit is much longer than Earth's, and it also moves more
slowly in its orbit.
Jupiter's orbit is roughly 11.86 Earth years long.
A year on Jupiter is 11.862615 Earth years.
Because the majority of Jupiter's volume is its dense gaseous atmosphere, the planet has a "striped" appearance, the various latitudes appearing gray, brown and orange. Clouds circle the planet at very high speeds, up to 360 km/hr, and white "storms" spin off intermittently. The largest of these sto…
Europa may have lots of things that scientists may not know and it may have a rocky surface to.
The planet Jupiter is known for its Great Red Spot, a giant storm
in its atmosphere. It's so big that three earths could fit inside
it!. Also Jupiter has clouds that can move up to speeds of 300
miles per hour. Jupiter's atmosphere is like a bubbling pot of
paints that swirl but don't mix. On Jupite…
Saturn is home to the Great White Spot. Link are provided to articles posted by our friends at Wikipedia, where knowledge is free.
That would depend on where you are on Jupiter. Jupiter has an immense gravity well, or area that the planet's gravity affects you. The closer you get to the center of Jupiter, the stronger the gravitational force becomes. In fact, if you were trying to get to the center of Jupiter to stand and tr…
The Moon is approximately 1/4 of Earth's diameter, 1/80th of Earth's mass and 1/50th of Earth's volume. Its gravity is about 1/6th of Earth's. The Moon has an equatorial diameter of 2,160 miles (3476 km). Other measurements include:Equatorial radius is 1,738.14 km or 1,080 miles Equatorial circumfe…
The Jupiter's stripes parallel to equator range from darker red brown to lighter yellowish shade's light stripes are colder, suggesting they are higher than the dark stripes. This in turn suggests convection. Such convections, caused by internal hea, with Jupiter's rapid rotation, would cause the pa…
If you mean it on solar system it is Jupiter. :) I think largest planet known in whole universe is 11 Ursae Minoris b .May be new one found May be it would help http://www.planetary.org/explore/topics/extrasolar/Jupiter is the largest planet in our Solar System.
Billions of years ago a giant asteroid hit Saturn and got tangled up in the planet, when slowy Saturn spun around. The rings are the remain of the asteroid, ice and rock .
Yes, are you still needing one?
The moon is approximately 240,000 miles away from the Earth. That's about three days as the Apollo flies! The distance is always changing a little, since the moon's orbit around the earth is an ellipse and not a circle.
It is the management of organization's assets which may includes but not limited to: the tangible things and the intangible things.
It's famous for the gaint red spot and that it is the biggest planet in the solar system.
i think it is 680 degrees F i think
No why not?
It would be easy enough to do given what we know about the mass of Jupiter, but the usefulness of the information is questionable. Since Jupiter is made up almost totally of gas, you wouldn't have much to stand on. By the time you descended to the small solid core, you would be heated and …
Jupiter is one of the eight planets of the solar system and the fifth planet from the Sun. It is believed to have developed from the condensation of gases and other super-heated particles. It is also the largest planet in our solar system. Jupiter was the name of the supreme god and patron of the R…
It is a unit of length, not time. It is defined as the distance that light travels in a vacuum in one Julian year. It is just under 1013 kilometers or 6 trillion miles. Kilometers: 9,454,254,955,488 kmMiles: 5,878,630,000,000 miles See related link for more information.
No. They all rotate anti clockwise. The only planet viewed from the "north" that rotates clockwise is Venus. Because of their angle of tilt > 90O Uranus and Pluto could be said to have a retrograde rotation, but if you adjusted their "north pole" to the same direction as the rest of the…
Both of you must realize by now (he does) that you have both moved on and hopefully there is no hard feelings, so he's smiling at you because he's not only polite, but probably happy to see you as a friend.
It depends on the kind of smile... if it's a 'Hi how are you kinda smile…
Jupiter has four rings.
Amalthea gossamer ring
Thebe gossamer ring
The rings are known as the Jovian ring system. It was the
third ring system to be discovered in the Solar System. It is faint
and consists mainly of dust. The Main and Halo rings consist of
dust ejected from M…
It's orbiting the earth and the earth is orbiting the sun and the sun orbits the centre of the Milky Way Galaxy.
Yes, Jupiter has a very faint ring system. Jupiter's ring system can not be seen from Earth, but was discovered by Voyager space probes when looking back on the planet.
It needed 5652 earth days yes it is a far away planet so oviously it should take time to revulate
I think what you are asking is how many hours it takes light to travel 310 light-years. If that is what you meant, then it takes light about 2,717,460 hours to travel 310 light-years. 310 x 365.25 x 24
jupiters red spot, development of. Jupiter's red spot is a gigantic rotating storm. What puzzles scientists is how it continues to exist for hundreds of years at a fixed location. Although we call it a "gas giant", Jupiter likely has a solid core. It is possible that the red spot occurs over a rais…
So, i got a speeding ticket and the cop "paced me" and said i was going 60 in a 45 when i had just pulled out of my neighborhood one block down from where he had pulled me over. What is the minimum distance that a cop has to pace you? Also, do you think i have a good chance of fighting this ticket …
Since Jupiter is a Gas Giant, It has a lot if colors. Jupiter is
the largest planet in the solar system. It is one of the gas giants
and is most famous for its swirly orange red color. It has a giant
red spot, which is actually a giant gas storm over 5 times larger
than Earth that has been going on …
Yes, It does. Considering Newtonian physics and assuming circular orbit for simple calculations, this is because in order to equalize gravitational pull of Sun which is higher at Mars orbit, the centrifugal force must be adequately higher(and it rises proportionally to square of velocity…
The sun is approximately 4,366,813 kilometers (2,713,406 miles) in circumference.The circumference of the Sun is approximately 4,366,800 km
A liquid ocean below it's ice crust.
4332.59 Earth days.
See the Related Link below to view a video of Train's lead singer Pat Monahan explaining the meaning of 'Drops of Jupiter.'
Pat Monahan obviously wrote this song for his mom. If you'll actually look closely on the song you'l…
138 seconds ± ~53 seconds. Since the orbit of Venus is on a different path than the orbit of the Earth, the time that it takes for the light to become visible on Earth from Venus actually varies, but not by too much. 2 minutes and 18 seconds is only at one point in the year, but the distance from E…
It has to do with heat and gravitational pull, in order to be considered a star it needs to be over a certain temperature.
Jupiter is not a star It is not giving off visible light, and the gases aren't hot enough for nuclear fusion to happen. A star is created when gases get squeezed so hard…
Jupiter was the sky god of the Roman pantheon. Considered one of the most powerful gods, he is compared with (and actually taken from) the Greek god Zeus. The gods were immortal, hence, they could not die.
High or very hot which is usually on Laundromat dryers. The high or very hot temp is used to dry winter clothes such as winter jackets and snow pants. It's also used to shrink clothes too.
it would take 7 years 8 months traveling by rocket at 7 miles per second when it is closest.
because it was formed as it is
Definitely not! Firstly, the temperature of -220 F excludes life.
Also, the atmosphere is made up of gases you cannot breathe
(hydrogen and helium). .And then there's the fact that the intense
gravity on Jupiter would probably squash humans flat anyway! Not to
mention the cosmic radiation and magnet…
Jupiter has a mass about 318 times that of Earth, but due to its size, the gravitational acceleration on its surface (g) is only about 2.58 times that on Earth.
The Cisco Catalyst 2960 must go through a few processes when it is first powered on. Like POST and loading the O/S and any configuration file that could be saved. After that is completed, depending on how it is configured, each active port will run through STP (Spanning Tree Protocol) to make sure t…
Jupiter has rings, but they are not as visible as those of Saturn.
At our closest point in our orbit, 390,682,810 miles. The earth is 93, 000, 000 miles from the sun. Jupiter is 483, 682, 810 miles from the sun. At our most distant, 576,682,810 miles, when we're on opposite sides of the sun.
There are three primay ways to limit exposure to radiation, and they are time, distance, and shielding. By decreasing the time you are exposed, you limit exposure. By increasing the distance between you and the source, you limit exposure. And by placing shielding between you and the source you limit…
Sour gas is a natural fuel gas that has high concentration of H2S (hydrogen sulfide). The sulfide gives the gas an unpleasant odour like that of rotting eggs. When burned sour gas releases SO2 (sulfur dioxide) an acid gas that can corrode metals. Acid are often referred to as sour as the origin of t…
The moon that is described as having the largest mass is Ganymede.
This is one of the moons of Jupiter. Its mass is about 2.02 times
that of Earth's moon.
Could be several different things...Bedbugs, but those usually occur over the entire body.Some other type of insect bite, such as ants.Easily could be irritated sweat glands for the onset of hot weather. Over the winter [in cold areas] skin will overgrow sweat glands... nothing to worry about... In …
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As Jupiter is a gas giant, no land. Just gas. It does have a liquid core. See the related link for more information.
yes it has 5 ring's in fact you could live on them.
Saturn's rings are made of dust, ice, and rock.
There is no single person who is credited with the discovery of
Jupiter. Jupiter is one of the five planets that can be seen in the
night sky without using a telescope or binoculars. The planet
Jupiter has been known since ancient times and was observed for
thousands of years by the people of many d…
It took the Galileo spacecraft about six years to reach Jupiter from Earth.
It depends upon the speed of travel. The fastest current spacecraft (in 2012) would take about 5 years to travel there directly, provided it was at its closest distance to Earth (the distance can vary from about 2.6 billion kilometers to 3.1 billion kilometers).
It Is 238,857 miles to the moon! x
The 3 people that landed on the moon in 1969 were Neil Armstrong (Commander), Michael Collins (Command Module Pilot), and Edwin E. Aldrin Jr. (Lunar Module Pilot).
The first people on the moon were Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin.
If it doesn't, someone is pulling off one spectacular illusion.