If there is a hole in the engine then something came out or tried to come out. If by chance the engine started and ran again it would run poorly and not for long. I would advise to have a mechanic determine what to do next, don't drive it.
Ozone hole is dangerous. It is because it allows most of the fatal UV to pass through.
Yes, ozone hole is dangerous to humans. Ozone hole would lead people expose to UV rays which are harmful.
With the air hole fully open, the flame will be fierce, but I doubt if it can be said to be dangerous. Simply close the air hole a little.
It's small, only an inch across so look hard. FRONT Wheel Drive: Check to the sides of your engine. REAR Wheel Drive: Check in back of your engine next to the firewall.
There is no evidence that white holes exist.
No because there is no black hole in proximity of earth and there is no way there would be one. But if a black hole appears next to the earth, it would be VERY dangerous.
A hole in the engine block is God's way of telling you to get a different car. You get a hole in the engine block when a piece of your engine--normally a rod cap--comes off at full speed and goes through the side of the block. And there's no way to fix it.
There is a small pin hole on the right side of the drive face plate. Take a paper clip and unbend it so you can poke it into the pin hole and it will manually pop the drive open. It will not damage the drive since the pin hole is placed there just for this purpose.
no they drive the golfer around and from hole to hole
Rear drive side of the engine.Rear drive side of the engine.
The ozone hole is dangerous as it allows the harmful UV to enter. These UV can cause biological problems. They can even alter our DNA.
None, really. At least, for us, and now. A black hole can be dangerous if it's very massive (such as a supermassive black hole). But mainly, a black hole would be completely harmless, unless it gets close - and the nearest known black hole is at a distance of about 3000 light-years. Even a supermassive black hole would be harmless at such a distance.
The only vehicle layout I know of is used to describe the location of the engine in the vehicle and where it's drive wheels are: Front engine Front Wheel Drive Front engine Rear Wheel Drive Front engine All Wheel Drive mid engine Rear Wheel Drive mid engine AWD Rear engine RWD rear engine AWD never hear pf a Mid engine FWD or rear engine FWD
The ozone hole is dangerous and is fatal. It could cause the UV to penetrate the surface of earth.
The hole in the bell housing, on a C12 Caterpillar diesel engine, can be found on the bottom of the bell housing. The hole faces straight down.
It is most definately dangerous.
When you drive on the road!
No, but it can be dangerous to do so.