Some water is normal during initial startup and is just condensation. However, if the water smells and taste sweet, you have a blown head gasket. Fix ASAP!Answerin theory one of the byproducts of combustion is water vapor so if the car is not hot water vapor will condense and drip out the exhaust until the water gets hot enough to revaporize. and note the answer before me if the car is hot it could be a blown head gasket. About 1 pint of water produced through the exhaust for every gallon of petrol used.
Basically the demands for petrol, that's why every week it raises.
produced in every transformation
A gallon of gasoline, which weighs 6.2 lbs, produces 20 lbs of carbon dioxide when it is burned! The extra weight comes from the oxygen.
Every research station stores petrol for use by vehicles used there in support of science. These are non-commercial petrol stations.
Petrol is poisonous. You should NEVER drink vehicle fuel.
the exhaust just like every other car
Siphon out as much as possible and refill with deisel, keep topping up every time you use a gallon or so, I've done this twice and no damage to engine.
There are 16 cups for every gallon of water. There are also 128 ounces in a gallon.
- You mean as opposed to an empty gallon ? - There are 8 pints in EVERY gallon
There are 0.2641 gallons in every 1 liter, so there are 3.7854 liters in every 1 gallon.
There are four quarts for every gallon.
There are 4 quarts in every gallon. so 2
No, there are 4.22 liters in an Australian gallon and 3.8 liters in an US gallon. A gallon is the same every where in the world, except USA, who have a smaller gallon
every 40,000 miles for the diesel should be same for petrol
24, because there are 4 quarts in every gallon.
as a rule a petrol is every 10000 kms and diesel 5000 kms as a rule a petrol is every 10000 kms and diesel 5000 kms
in petrol stations and in every country.. is that enough detail for you?
+350 million M&M's are produced every year.
Change it every 100,000 miles.
every 60000 km
Glue is produced in almost every industrialised country in the world