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Cross reference oil filter stp s16?

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An S16 STP is a Chrysler filter. You should find this same filter for 90's Jeeps, Mini-vans, etc. Fram is PH16. Tech 2000 (Walmart) is ST16. Valuecraft (Autozone) is V16.

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If there are no birds around, play the Song of Birds to summon one. Once you reach the southwest island, stamp your stamp book at the stamp station. _ | /\\ | / \\ ------------------------------------------------------------------- ____|/ O \\ Stamp Station #14 [S14] \\ /¯\ O // ------------------------------------------------------------------ \\\_/\ //http://www.zeldadungeon.net/Zelda13-spirit-tracks-stamp-stations.php \\___\// -------------------------------------------------------------------- ------ Realm: Fire Realm Station: Goron Village Required Items: Whip Run to the west part of the Goron Village. The stamp station is located at the northwest corner of the map, but you'll first need to navigate your way to the southwest corner. Maneuver your way around the rolling boulders and get to the southwest corner of the map. Use the whip and swing across the gap using the two wooden poles. Run northward and use the whip on another wooden pole to reach the northwest part of the map. Once you land slash away at the pesky fire babas. Run to the northwest part of the area, defeating all the fire babas that are in your way. The stamp station is located here. _ | /\\ | / \\ ------------------------------------------------------------------- ____|/ O \\ Stamp Station #15 [S15] \\ /¯\ O // ------------------------------------------------------------------ \\\_/\ //http://www.zeldadungeon.net/Zelda13-spirit-tracks-stamp-stations.php \\___\// -------------------------------------------------------------------- ------ Realm: Fire Realm Station: Fire Sanctuary Required Items: Boomerang In the center area of the Fire Sanctuary, there are numerous fire babas and fire torches. Defeat all the fire babas and then light up all of the torches. Lighting up the northern torches creates a bridge in the center of the map. However, lighting up all the torches to the south will create two additional bridges. Climb the steps and cross the bridge that leads to the west part of the map. Run northward and cross the long bridge that extends to the east. Just across the bridge is where the Stamp Station waits. _ | /\\ | / \\ ------------------------------------------------------------------- ____|/ O \\ Stamp Station #16 [S16] \\ /¯\ O // ------------------------------------------------------------------ \\\_/\ //http://www.zeldadungeon.net/Zelda13-spirit-tracks-stamp-stations.php \\___\// -------------------------------------------------------------------- ------ Realm: Fire Realm Station: Fire Temple Required Items: Bow and Arrow Found within the Basement First Floor of the Fire Temple. It is found in the room that Link will ride around in a circle while in a cart. After Link successfully solves the puzzle of hitting the wall switches in the proper order (2, 1, 4, 3), he will be able to reach the cart stop in the center of the room. If Link jumps back on the cart from here, he will now move clockwise around the room. When passing the southwest corner of the room, aim an arrow to the hidden area at the southwest corner of the room where you will find a switch. It may take a few tries but if you hit the switch while moving clockwise around the room, the rail will switch and Link will end up at the northwest corner of the room. Use the Stamp Station here to stamp your stamp book. _ | /\\ | / \\ ------------------------------------------------------------------- ____|/ O \\ Stamp Station #17 [S17] \\ /¯\ O // ------------------------------------------------------------------ \\\_/\ //http://www.zeldadungeon.net/Zelda13-spirit-tracks-stamp-stations.php \\___\// -------------------------------------------------------------------- ------ Realm: Ocean Realm Station: Pirate Hideout Required Items: Song of Birds, Whip You will first need to acquire the 16th Force Gem, which will cause the Ocean Rail Map to glow and new Spirit Tracks to form. Complete this force gem quest by bringing at least 10 units of Mega Ice from Wellspring Station to the fish merchant in Papuchia Village. This will allow Link to reach the Pirate Hideout. Upon arriving at the Pirate Hideout, run to the east and you'll see a Stamp Station on the higher ledge. Pull out the Spirit Flute and play the Song of Birds. Latch onto the bird with the whip and it will take you to the higher platform. Run on over to the Stamp Station. _ | /\\ | / \\ ------------------------------------------------------------------- ____|/ O \\ Stamp Station #18 [S18] \\ /¯\ O // ------------------------------------------------------------------ \\\_/\ //http://www.zeldadungeon.net/Zelda13-spirit-tracks-stamp-stations.php \\___\// -------------------------------------------------------------------- ------ Realm: Sand Realm Station: Sand Temple Required Items: Sand Wand Located at the northern section of the Basement First Floor. Once you reach the Basement First Floor, head north and use the gerune in this room to open the door to the right. Run north and you'll see a whole section of sand. Use the Sand Wand and create a path for Link to the walk to the left, up, and then right to reach the Stamp Station. _ | /\\ | / \\ ------------------------------------------------------------------- ____|/ O \\ Stamp Station #19 [S19] \\ /¯\ O // ------------------------------------------------------------------ \\\_/\ //http://www.zeldadungeon.net/Zelda13-spirit-tracks-stamp-stations.php \\___\// -------------------------------------------------------------------- ------ Realm: Sand Realm Station: Sand Sanctuary Required Items: Cuccos You will first needs to acquire the 20th Force Gem by bringing give cuccos from the Castle Town merchant to Rail, the Locomo at the Sand Sanctuary. Once you've done this, grab one of the cuccos use it to float over to the small islands at the southeast part of the map. The large map is where the Stamp Station is located. _ | /\\ | / \\ ------------------------------------------------------------------- ____|/ O \\ Stamp Station #20 [S20] \\ /¯\ O // ------------------------------------------------------------------ \\\_/\ //http://www.zeldadungeon.net/Zelda13-spirit-tracks-stamp-stations.php \\___\// -------------------------------------------------------------------- ------ Realm: Temple of Spirits Station: Temple of Spirits Required Items: None After defeating the Sand Temple and making your final run into the Tower of Spirits, run all the way to the top of the Tower of Spirits. The 20th and final Stamp Station is located outside at the very top of the Tower of Spirits.


Does Saturn have any storms like Jupiter?

Name Discovery Date Discoverer Distance from Saturn (103 km) Mass (1020 kg) Radius (km) Orbital Period (days) Mimas (SI) 1789 W. Herschel 185.52 0.375 209 x 196 x 191 0.9424218 Enceladus (SII) 1789 W. Herschel 238.02 0.65 256 x 247 x 245 1.370218 Tethys (SIII) 1684 G. Cassini 294.66 6.27 536 x 528 x 526 1.887802 Dione (SIV) 1684 G. Cassini 377.40 11.0 560 2.736915 Rhea (SV) 1672 G. Cassini 527.04 23.1 764 4.517500 Titan (SVI) 1655 C. Huygens 1221.83 1345.5 2575 15.945421 Hyperion (SVII) 1848 W. Bond 1481.1 0.2 185 x 140 x 113 21.276609 Iapetus (SVIII) 1671 G. Cassini 3561.3 15.9 718 79.330183 Pan (SXVIII, S/1981 S13) 1990 M. Showalter 133.583 0.00003 10 0.5750 Atlas (SXV, S/1980 S28) 1980 R. Terrile 137.670 0.0001 18.5 x 17.2 x 13.5 0.6019 Prometheus (SXVI, S/1980 S27) 1980 S. Collins 139.353 0.0033 74 x 50 x 34 0.6130 Pandora (SXVII, S/1980 S26) 1980 S. Collins 141.700 0.0020 55 x 44 x 31 0.6285 Epimetheus (SXI, S/1980 S3) 1966 R. Walker 151.422 0.0054 69 x 55 x 55 0.6942 Janus (SX, S/1980 S1) 1966 A. Dollfus 151.472 0.0192 97 x 95 x 77 0.6945 Methone (SXXXII, S/2004 S1) 2004  194  3 1.01 Pallene (SXXXIII, S/2004 S2) 2004  211  4 1.14 Calypso (SXIV, S/1980 S25) 1980 B. Smith 294.66 0.00004 15 x 8 x 8 1.8878 Telesto (SXIII, S/1980 S13) 1980 B. Smith 294.66 0.00007 15 x 12.5 x 7.5 1.8878 Helene (SXII, S/1980 S6) 1980 Laques and Lecacheux 377.40 0.0003 18 x 16 x 15 2.7369 Polydeuces (SXXXIV, S/2004 S5) 2004  377.40  4 2.74 Kiviuq (SXXIV, S/2000 S5) 2000 International Team of 8 Astronomers 11,370  7 449 Ijiraq (SXXII, S/2000 S6) 2000 International Team of 8 Astronomers 11,440  5 451 Phoebe (SIX) 1898 W. Pickering 12,952 0.072 115 x 110 x 105 550.48* Paaliaq (SXXI, S/2000 S2) 2000 International Team of 8 Astronomers 15,200  10 687 Skathi (SXXVII, S/2000 S8) 2000 International Team of 8 Astronomers 15,650  3 729* Albiorix (SXXVI, S/2000 S11) 2000 Gladman, et. al 16,390  13 738 Erriapo (SXXVIII, S/2000 S10) 2000 International Team of 8 Astronomers 17,610  4 871 Siarnaq (SXXIX, S/2000 S3) 2000 International Team of 8 Astronomers 18,160  16 893 Tarvos (SXXI, S/2000 S4) 2000 International Team of 8 Astronomers 18,240  7 926 Mundilfari (SXXV, S/2000 S9) 2000 International Team of 8 Astronomers 18,710  3 951* Narvi (SXXXI, S/2003 S1) 2003  18,720  3 956* Suttungr (SXXIII, S/2000 S12) 2000 Gladman, et. al 19,470  3 1017* Thrymr (SXXX, S/2000 S7) 2000 International Team of 8 Astronomers 20,470  3 1089* Ymir (SXIX, S/2000 S1) 2000 International Team of 8 Astronomers 23,100  8 1312* S/2004 S07 2004  19,800  3 1103* S/2004 S08 2004  22,200  3 1355* S/2004 S09 2004  19,800  3 1077* S/2004 S10 2004  19,350  3 1026* S/2004 S11 2004  16,950  3 822 S/2004 S12 2004  19,650  3 1048* S/2004 S13 2004  18,450  3 906* S/2004 S14 2004  19,950  3 1081* S/2004 S15 2004  18,750  3 1008* S/2004 S16 2004  22,200  2 1271* S/2004 S17 2004  18,600  2 986* S/2004 S18 2004  19,650  3 1052* S/2005 S01 2005  136.5  3 0.59