depends what your spelling is like
I have been running Castrol Syntec 20w50 in my Altima for 15 years, and have not had an oil related problem. The car has 230K miles on it.
230k per month...70-----150 employees in manufacturing
2003 230K has no dipstick.Oil level is checked via dash readouts.
Prices I have seen range from 180k to 230k for a 4COP.
If you took care of your car it can go 230K miles without major problems (most likely you will have to change wheel bearings, water pump and similar staff which is not considered major breakdowns).
Between 90-230K a year. The average is between 115-185K.
I am at 84k it can range from 30k to 140k adverage depending on position and expeence highest i have seen is 230k
My 98 Camry has about 230K. Recently I had to do some smog related stuff like replace the Catalytic converter which is expensive. But up to now, the most major thing has been timing belt and brake replacement(timing belt needs to be replaced about very 125K - man.recommends 85K, but when I replaced mine, it looked almost new). I'm looking to keep this car for another 50K or so miles.
-Baguio 300k -Quezon City 420k Cebu 230k Davao 300k Cabanatuan 210k
YES! My friend has an '89 Comanche 4.0 litre V6. it's a great little truck and has 230K+ miles on it. There is "No 4.0L V6", the 4.0L an inline 6 cyl. The 4.0L gets high mileage not so with the V6 2.8.
Average Real Estate Agent Salary in India. Base Salary. ₹98k - ₹1m. Bonus. ₹23k - ₹175k. Commission. ₹15k - ₹230k. ₹127k - ₹2m.
I've had good experience with Nikon D3000 its one of the best digital slr camera avialable in the market. Here are some of the features of Nikon D3000 -Nikon D3000 body is built by rugged plastic. There is texture in the grip area to ensure comfortable grip. -Nikon D3000 has 3 inches LCD screen with 230k resolution
The average yearly pay for beginning Radiologists is between $150k and $230k, based on location and how busy the place is. This salary can climb to around $300k after 3 years, and up to $400k after 10 years.
The R-209KK, R-209K , R-220K , R-230K Family of Microwave ovens are rated 800 watts by using the IEC Test Procedure. the K only indicates color of oven so K= Black W= White i.e. R-209W would be the same oven and ratings only a different different color.
No one has walked on any other planet. The Moon is as far as humanity has got to. With maximum surface temperatures of between 700 degrees Kelvin (426 degrees Celsius) at the equator and 380 degrees Kelvin (107 degrees Celsius) at the poles - anyone intending a walk would require some serious protection. The max and min on the Moon, by comparison, are 390K (116C) at the equator and 230K (-43C) at the poles
Engine flush is designed to clean out the gunk in the system. If the crud blocks up in the engine and the flush just piles it up worse, then there could be problems, but the flush itself is safe.
Team Budget Arsenal£15m - £18.25mAston Villa£18m - £26.5mBirmingham City£15.5m - £25mBlackburn Rovers£1.5m - £1.9mBlackpool£4m - £7mBolton£500k - £775kChelsea£50m - £66mEverton£2.6m - £3.6mFulham£10m - £15mLiverpool£25m - £35mManchester City£55m - £73mManchester United£17.5m - £21.5mNewcastle United£1.5m - £2.2mStoke City£5.5m - £9mSunderland£0Tottenham£16m - £21.5mWest Brom£4m - £7mWest Ham£500k - £825kWigan£2m - £3.5mWolves£130k - £230k
passenger side of the engine at the back, upper corner of the valve cover right next to the distributor, IF it is still the standard 5.2 design. Note: If you recently changed plug calbles you may have knocked the connector off of it or dissconnected the vaccum line... a three year old engine shouldn't have egr problems, and any that pop up are usually service induced, Rarely do these fail, my 95 has 230K on the original EGR without a hiccup. The 4.7L EGR is on the driver rear of the engine. The 5.7L EGR is on the passenger front.
Could be a couple differant things, is the door lock knob down pretty far, like farther then the rest of the lock knobs? if it is then it just came unscrewed from the locking rod and is just sitting in the door panel, you can just pull it up and get a tiny pick tool and pull the lock rod so it lines up with the hole in the door panel, then have a friend hit the unlock button and the rod will pop back up in the door panel, then just screw the knob back on. If this is not the case, you probably have a bad lock/latch assembly and will need to replace it.
"The most visible difference between the two models is the touch-screen display: the pricier T900 ($379) offers a 3.5-inch LCD with 921,000-dot resolution, the T90 ($299) a more pedestrian 3-inch, 230,000-dot screen. The T900 also supports HDMI output to an HDTV (using the included stand) or a component connection directly from the camera, while T90 HD output is component only." (http://www.digitalcamerainfo.com/content/Six-New-Sony-Cybershots-Include-Touch-Screen-T90-and-T900--10x-Ultra-zoom-H20-19987.htm) "Another T-series Cyber-Shot dubbed DCS-T90, it's the slimmest Cyber-shot among the group, measures at a mere 15mm, as oppose to its 16.3mm's sibling. There aren't many significant differences between the two except for the smaller 3.0-inch, 230k dot pixels touch-panel, HDMI connectivity and a stereo mic." (http://www.slashgear.com/sony-thin-profile-cybershot-dsc-t90-dsc-t900-with-touch-panel-1734769/) So, to summarize - nicer (921,000 dots vs 230,000 dots) and bigger (3.5 inch vs 3.0 inch) screen, HDMI output (via included stand which comes in the box of T900 but not with T90), stereo (vs mono) microphone and a slightly thicker (16.3 mm vs 15 mm) body for T900. And a bigger recommended price - 399 vs 299 USD.
I have lived in Utah for 16 years. Here are some facts: Hourly pay in Utah is low compared to other states. You are lucky to get a job that pays 10-13 per hour even with a college degree. Some people may fare better, but that's not the norm. Housing prices are still VERY inflated, especially in relation to the low wages. You can buy an "average" 3 bedroom home for about 230K. Renting a 3 bedroom home will cost at least 1200 per month. Even a two bedroom rental is about 800 per month. Utah has a very high tax burden....food is taxed (yes, sales tax on groceries!) and our gas is triple taxed. The cost of living is VERY high here, and with the meager amount that is left once state and federal costs are taken, it is a challenge to support a family. Part time lower paying jobs are quite plentiful here, probably more plentiful than in many parts of the country right now. Many people have 2, 3 even 4 part time jobs just to make ends meet. Utah is a "at will" employment state. Any employer can fire you, with out cause, at any time. Many employers do not offer any health insurance, or if they do, its expensive. With all of the part time workers, it is common here to not have insurance. Utah is not a "welfare state", and Federal and state programs can only help the poorest of the poor here, and unless you are living in a box on the side walk, you will probably not qualify for assistance of any kind. Despite the gloomy picture, many who live here still love it...there is so much scenic beauty to enjoy, and communities tend to be friendly. Oh and just in case you were wondering, crime is NOT lower here, and schools are NOT better...our schools are the among most under-funded and the worst performing in the nation :( Sad but true.
i DONT REMEMBER THE FIRING ORDER FROM MEMORY, BUT HERE'S WHAT YOU , DO M THE DISTRIBUTOR CAP ON THOSE ENGINES IS NUMBERED 1-4 OF COURSE , i KNOW THE THEN NUMBER ONE PLUGS IS ON THE FRONT SIDE OF DISTRIBUTOR CAP, ANND NOT SURE WHETHER ITS LEFT OR RIGHT, THE NUMBERS OF THE CYLINDER IS THERE IN RAISED NUMBERS , CLEAN IT OFF AND YOU WILL SEE, NOW DIRECTLY BELOW THE DISTRIBUTOR CAP, ON THE INTAKE THE FIRING ORDER IS CLEARLY VISIBLE ON WHICH IS THE NUMBER ONE CYLINDER AND SO THROUGH THE FOUR PLUGS, SO WHAT YOU DO IS TAKE A PIECE OF MASKING TAPE PUT THE PLUG-WIRE INTO THE DISTRIBUTOR CAP MARKED NUMBER ONE AND WRITE ONE ON IT , LOOK AT THE FIRING ORDER ON THE INTAKE AS I MENTIONED EARLIER AND FORM THE LEFT PLUG TO RIGHT WHILE STANDING IN FORM OF THE CAR IS HOW YOU DO THIS PROCESS, TAKE THE EVERYTHING YOU HAVE ONE THE CAP OFF TO BEGIN WITH MARK THE FIRST PLUG-WIRE LIKE I SAID AND THEN LOOK AT FIRING ORDER AND THEN STICK THE FIRST ONE , THEN OF COURSE GO TO THE SECOND PLUG AND SO ON, THEY DODGE SHADOW ENGINE IS A BIT PICKY ABO9UT ROTOR BUTTONS AND CAPS , THEY ONLY COST ABOUT 11 BUCKS OR SO , BUT THEY ARE REALLY BAD TO GET WET AND GET A HAIRLINE CRACK IN THEM SO BE SURE YOU BUY A NEW CAP AND ROTOR, THEY REALLY ARE THAT PICKY, THE DAG GONE CAP IS SO CLOSE TO THE FRONT BY RADIATOR THAT RAIN GETS THEM WET EASIER THAN THEY SHOULD AND THEY WILL CRACK, NOW BE SURE YOU GAP THE PLUGS AS THEY ARE NEVER RIGHT COMING OUT OF THE BOX, JUST GO WITH THE STANDARD PLUG THAT CAME IN THE CAR, NO SPLIT PLUGS OR NOTHING FANCY ,ITS A WAIST F MONEY, I STILL HAVE MINE AND I BOUGHT IT NEW AND ITS HAS WELL OVER 230K ON IT AND STILL STARTS AND RUNS FINE, A LITTLE SMOKE HERE AND THER BUT STILL QUICK AS EVER, THOSE MITSUBISHI ENGINES ARE WICKED LITTLE MONSTERS .IF YOU GET LOST EMAIL ME OR IF YOU HAVE A OREILLY'S AUTO STORE CLOSE BY CALL AND ASK FOR FIRING ORDER ON THE CAR CAR AND THEY WILL TELL YOU , REMEMBER THE KEY IS THAT THE DISTRIBUTOR CAP IS MARKED WITH A RAISED NUMBER ON THE PLUG HOLE SO THAT YOU CAN BE SURE TO GET IT RIGHT, FOR LESS THAN 30 BUCKS YOU CAN REPLACE THE WIRES,PLUGS AND CAP AND ROTOR AND IF TTHE PLUGS WAS THE ONLY ISSUE THEN YOU SHOULD BE AS GOOD AS NEW, HOPE YOU HAVE SUCCESS, IM A DODGE FAN, SO I REALLY THINK THEY MAKE A GREAT PRODUCT , THEY HAVE SOME CRAP THEY SELL AND THE SHADOW WAS NOT ONE OF THOSE. THESE ENGINES ARE NOTORIOUS FOR EATING ROTORS AND DISTRIBUTOR CAPS, I KID YOU KNOT I SOMETIMES PUT THEM IN AS MUCH AS TWICE A YEAR.