What is the firing order for 1995 Ford Aerostar 30L and direction of rotation on distributor?"
The heater core will have to be replace, it is not hard to do and the Heater Core is about $35 at the auto parts store. Good Luck
As far as I can tell, there is no EGR valve on 1993 Ford Aerostar 3.0L engines. I have searched and found none and the vacuum hose routing decal in the engine compartment does not show an EGR valve.
yes 2002 and later 30L are the only ones not equipped with an egr valve
At standard temperature and pressure (STP), one mole of a gas is 22.4L. So, in order to determine how many moles of O2 are in 30L, you do the following: multiply 30L O2 x 1mol O2/22.4L O2, which equals 1.34mol O2.
Thermostat could be at the tempure setiting, No antiboil antifreeze coolant, and the water leakage or a bad waterpump.
5/6 of 30L is 25L
Largest champagne bottle size is a Melchizedek (30L) although Armand de Brignac Champagne have claimed they have the largest Champagne bottle size which is also 30L but instead they have named it the 'Midas'
it's a 30l, with a dual over head cam...
Yes you can but it would be adviseable to have a filter, deep substrate and cover glass too.
i would say no and that's my opinion but if you want to then yes, it's up to you
the 30L water vapor sample is a gas gases exert pressure on their surroundings thus taking on the shape of their containers the gas is under 1 ATM of pressure so it exerts pressure in return and the volume becomes 30L when the presures are equal if the temperature were to decrease to room temperature, the water vapor would condense to a liquid and the volume would decrease liquids have a volume but no definite shape while gases have neither a definite volume or shape
1-4-2-5-3-6 Distributor rotates clockwise.
The ignition timing is probably controlled by the computer, and cannot be manually set. Check to see if it has a distributor, if it does it may be adjustable, if not, it is not adjustable.
Some are the US AGM-65 "Maverick," the French "AS.30L" and the USAF AGM-123 "Skipper". They are classified as PGM (precision guided munitions.)
there should be a clamp right behind the distributor. it will be hard to get to because it is in a hole
Yes, yes you can, in fact they've announced recently that they're bringing out a 30L bottle. Wow you are one gullible person you know that 30 liter story was in The Onion, right?
According to the 2000 Mercury Sable Owner Guide : For the 3.0 litre " Vulcan " and " Duratec " V6 engines ( " regular " unleaded gasoline , 87 octane )
it's located under the intake manifold. the knock sensor is most likely ok' the porblem is the short wiring harness from sensor to main wire harness.
Using equation of Charles's law, we get, V1T2=V2T1 30 xT2 = 74 x 280 => T2 =74 x 280/30 T2 = 690.67 K
There is 2 filters. CAUTION!!! Gas line is highly pressurized. One filter is under tank at bottom exit, other filter is under hood. GOOD LUCK!
When CaO is put into water it does not dissolve. It reacts with the water to form Ca(OH)2 and releases heat (this is an exothermic reaction) The heat of reaction boils the water.
The conversion between mm and inch are given .On finding the relation we get as follows .on conversion , 1 inch =25.4 mm. now,30 inches =762 mm.
There is a very strong possibility you have a blown headgasket and you have antifreeze intruding into your oil The reason you are seeing water in your oil is because water pressure will normally be greater than the oil pressure and water (antifreeze) will intrude and contaminate the oil No, it is not supposed to do that. However, like most auto trannies, it does send fluid to the oil cooler in the left-side tank of the radiator, then back again. That explains the two metal pipes attached there. If the radiator goes really, really bad (i.e. the oil cooler corrodes out) you could get mixing, which would be a very bad thing. If this has happened, be sure to have a radiator shop check for electrolysis, and have a transmission shop drain, service and check out the tranny FAST.