A wire could be cut. check the resistance of the wires from the connectors to find a break. they could be broken from wear. or it could be the motors themselves that are bad, but check the wires first before replacing them.
Motors come in different forms but mainly internal combustion (gasoline and diesel) and electric. Combustion engines use the chemical energy in the fuel, electric motors use electric energy from a power plant.
Different horsepower motors come in many different physical sizes.
It's got wheels, six wheels each. The wheels are powered by independent electric motors. The electricity to power these motors come from the rover's solar panels.
A hybrid vehicle uses two or more motors and the motors are different types. The hybrid cars selling now have a petrol engine and one or more electric motors. The petrol engine can drive the wheels as in a normal car, and can also drive a big alternator which charges large batteries. The electric motor or motors run from the battery and drive the wheels too. For maximum power, both the petrol engine and the electric motors are selected to drive the wheels, but this tends to flatten the batteries faster than they are being charged. For cruising, only the electric motors are used and the petrol engine drives only the alternator. It runs at maximum efficiency loads and speeds to recharge or keep the batteries fully charged. The economy gains come from two facts. The petrol engine is relatively small and running at maximum efficiency nearly all the time. The electric system of alternator, battery and motors is far more efficient than an equivalent petrol powered machine anyway.
No, electric lights come in both parallel and series circuit.
Electric fans on vehicles only run when necessary,,,over heating or the temperature getting near a dangerous level. They just do not come one when the vehicle runs. Normally they WILL come on if you turn the AC on because of the added stress on the engine.
Drain the water from your Corvette radiator. Remove the radiator hoses. Remove the radiator stabilizing arm bolt. Remove the radiator retaining bolts. The radiator will come off.
Trolling motors come in all kind of sizes and styles. The power systems they come in are 12, 24, and 36-volts. They also have either the hand or foot control.
"Ozone" is from the Greek "ozein", meaning "to smell". (Ozone has a strong chlorine-like smell in high concentrations; it is the characteristic smell of electric motors, such as are found in electric razors, model trains, food mixers, etc.)
The radiator hoses will need to be disconnected. Remove the cooling fan. Unbolt the radiator and any shroud surround and the radiator will come out. Reverse to install.
Yes, both AMC and Chrysler 2.5 L four cylinder engines had electric cooling fans.
An electric pallet jack or electric pallet truck is powered by an electric motor. Allowing the operator to move pallets without having the manually pump/push to lift and/or move pallets. They come in both walk behind and ride on configurations.
This Frigidaire model oven comes in both black and white.
Either the fan is burnt out or the sensor that tells the electric fan when to turn on is bad, you can wire the fan directly to the battery to see if it's good.
Some Mirco RC boats have FM radios, electric motors and mAh NiMH battery. Many of them come with special decals a cool designs. YOu can find more info here: http://www.zerorc.com/aquacraft-mini-rio-electric-boat
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When the thermostat is open the coolant will flow through the top radiator hose in to the radiator and out to the water pump through the bottom radiator hose
This is an early sign that your radiator needs to be flushed, or replaced. I would get this done to avoid having to drive w/your heater on during these hot summer months. Probably the radiator is marginally blocked or the thermostat is sticking partially closed. Somehow the engine is not getting enough coolant flowing. If you've never had the radiator removed and tested, now seems like a good time. You don't say if you are driving down the road or not. If you are driving down the road there is suppose to be enought air pushing through the AC and radiator to keep everything cool. When you are parked or in slow traffic the electric fans come into play. The electric fans on the radiator may not be working. They are supposed to come on and draw air through the radiator and AC condenser at a certain engine temperature. There are sensors and the car computer involved in this process.
If the motors run but lights do not come up you need to remove motors and the pull apart and put in small sections of hose these is detailed info on thirdgeneraton.com
did you check if the radiator is plugged? Check for operation of the cooling fans. Turn on the A/C to see if the fans come on. If they do not come on the fan motors, relays or wiring need attention.
yes, anytime you have to take a radiator out of an automatic car the tranny lines have to come off the radiator.
Radiator coolant (antifreeze) coming out the tail pipe is bad news. Probably a bad head gasket or a cracked head or both. If it's plain water coming out of the tail pipe it is probably just condensation, nothing to worry about.
GE and Hotpoint brands come in electric, and there are several private-label brands as well.