Unless you can find a coolant leak somewhere, you most likely have a blown head gasket. If you do it yourself, it'll cost around $60 plus (maybe) the cost of getting the head resurfaced by a machinist (less than $100). If the head is flat and the gasket isn't burned, cracked, or misshapen, then you may have a cracked head or block.
What is the uses of a cutlass
A 1985 Cutlass Ciera uses type DOT3 brake fluid. It is the standard type of brake fluid for cars with power brakes.
Buy 3 cans. Uses 2 1/2.
The Honda B18b1 engine found the many Acura Integras use an idle control valve. Its idle control valve is placed on the intake manifold and uses a flat valve which can be screwed in and out to lower or raise the idle.
My 2007 Volvo uses .5-.6 gph at idle (600 rpm), if I set it for a hi idle (900 rpm) it uses 1-1.1 gph.
The computer uses a motor in the throttle body assembly to open the throttle plate. There isn't a separate idle air control motor.The computer uses a motor in the throttle body assembly to open the throttle plate. There isn't a separate idle air control motor.
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Please see the related link below. Not sure if this is what you are looking for, but it's a start.
The A/C uses more power, and raises the idle RPM
There is no such part. The computer uses inputs from numerous sensors to decide how to control idle speed with a airflow control valve on the throttle body.
No, it uses water pressure.
The thing that uses the most water are microchips.
A composting toilet uses no water at all.
It was used as an idle code for when no messages were being sent.
One ounce of water only uses an ounce of water. Who would have thought?!
This car uses a Fuel Injection system (either MPFI, SPFI, or TBI: dependent on what motor is has) and the idle is not adjustable through normal means. The idle is controlled by an IAC (idle air control valve) that is computer controlled. While there are set screws that will change the idle they will also cause trouble codes (as they are hidden, and used for other adjustments / reasons).
there is no way to adjust the idle speed on these engines, it is all computer controlled. unless you are looking for the IAC (idle/air control valve), that is on the throttle body, and uses a 1" wrench to remove after unplugging it.
it is used for water treatment in industries and water cleanong in domestic uses
Africa uses most of its water for industrial purposes
California uses the most water in the United States.
It uses less water to use a dishwasher.
Not directly. The oxygen sensor measures oxygen levels in the exhaust. The computer uses that to calculate fuel and spark timing. If an oxygen sensor is malfunctioning, it could cause idle problems.Not directly. The oxygen sensor measures oxygen levels in the exhaust. The computer uses that to calculate fuel and spark timing. If an oxygen sensor is malfunctioning, it could cause idle problems.
The 1992 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme uses R12 freon and needs 36 ounces. R12 is no longer being made, but is still being recycled and is still available through online auctions.
Hand washing uses less water.
Evian (bottled water company) uses 100% glacier water.