Let about 1/2 of the air out of the tires.
Air or nitrogen is used to inflate tires
Pressurised air is a form of kinetic energy.
On the C5 Corvette, there is no spare tire. The closest you can get to a spare tire is on the C5 Z06 models. They had an option that included a 12-volt air pump and a can of Fix-A-Flat.
the air just goes bump bump bump
The tires go flat. The tires lose air even if they don't have any defects or holes, the air goes right through the rubber by osmosis. For applications where tire pressure is critical they use nitrogen to inflate them. One of the amazing things about air in tires is that different gasses depart the tires with different speeds. Probably a good science project in this.
80%nitrogen 20% oxygen........ which is the exact same gas as ambient air. you put AIR IN TIRES!!!
The rubber valve stems are on the wheels , they allow you to put air in the tires
no, just dash light will be lit all the time
In a 1998 Mercury Villager, the mass air flow sensor is located in the air intake tube. The air intake tube goes from the air box to the intake.
There's moisture in air. When you fill your tires with compressed air, the moisture goes in the tire too. Moisture then has potential to rust out the rim from the inside. They use other gas (nitrogen?) that doesn't have moisture. Usually garages will put green air valve caps on tires filled with gas.
It is what fills the tires, in the form of air.
There are no 'types' of air. Air is all just air. - Some people do use nitrogen in tires - that is not air.
The air temperature sensor on the 1984 Corvette is located under the hood. It is under the air control bracket at the front of the intake manifold.
The a/c gas has leaked out of the system and will need to be charges after you have fixed the problem. Looking around 1000 to 4000 to repair.
In standard cars is it simply compressed air. The same mixture we breathe.
tire air pressure is written on the side of all tires look for it tires have different pressures for different sizes
You don't have to. Click the tires (left side) then press in the valve stem, which is where the air goes in and out of the tire. Hold the button in until enough gets out.
Car tires are filled with air
If air is escaping from your tires then you have a leak. Repair the leak and no more air will escape. This is not to say you never have to check the air pressure. Tires are made from a porous material and as such will loose a very small amount of air even under the best of circumstances. Check the pressure on a regular basis.
Air expands when heated so therefor increases the preasure
a balloon, a tires, as you said, we actually use air to breath too.