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The amount of time spent driving which depends on the speed of the car is 5 hours?
Answer It is around five hours a day.
When starting your Car 1991 SB 5 speed The motor races like it is floored motor races whole time while driving In first gear car will drive like an automatic At other times car runs perfectly?
pull the fuse for the cruise control or disconnect (unplug) the cruise control when your motor starts racing like you say shut it off asap the fuse should be to the… left of the steering wheel underthe dash ive had the same problem
The average American spends one hour and 15 minutes per day in their car commuting to and from work. The average American will spend more than 600 hours per year in their …car.
Well it depends, because if you spent all your time studying something that you allready know, it won't help, but if what you are studing is totaly new to you then, I gu…ess it does.
8 hours spent on the world wide web
Why when i drive my car it sounds like im driving on a rumble strip when i reach 40 miles per hour..please help me..its a 1994 Mazda 626 5 speed?
it might be ur wheels need balancing and aligned. u should get those checked out first b4 u go into looking at the bearings in the front wheel.ok
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Time(miles) = 2
300 divided by 5 = 60
3hours 22min 6seconds
Amount (temperature) or A(t)
i would say the average persons spends 12 to 1500 a year
The correct answer to this question is no time at all. The majority of most proccessors use a binary reference key, the speed at which this operates it is necessary for it to …have a shielding, this shielding emits acute doses of radiation. Radiation in general is harmful and causes the abnormal growth of cells in the human body. However under general uses of computers, this will never make much difference to the majority of people, however in horses this may not be same case. It has been reported that on average horses are up to 50 times more sensitive to radiation, the amount of radiation given off by a computer could easily be enough to cause the horse to go into seizures and reports have confirmed this.
the hobbergobblins have began to nest in my brain ...they wont leave they want to controll my life someone help me