The biggest difference from an old toilet to a new one is the water consumption. An older toilet can use up to 16L of water per flush! A modern toilet only uses between 3-5L per flush. A big money saver!
A person can get a wire diagram for this car in its maintenance or repair manual. A diagram may also be obtained from an auto part store, if the local one will print the diagram.
from what I've been told you have to get to it from the top removing the air intake and the exhaust manifold
16l/100kms :( city 10l/100kms :I Highway
When you leave the water on you use on average 16L.
There are several things to check for. Check the battery terminals. And there should be a wire from the positive terminal (+) directly to the alternator. There can be a fusible link. A fusible link is kind a fuse embebeded into the wire, in some point the wire gets thick. If you have no electricity in the car check the main big fuses, and fusible links. Check the fuses under the hood and under the dash. You may have a blown fuse. Hope this helps.
on the highway doing 100km/h i get 16l/100k. i have a 02, about 7000lbs with ladders on the roof.
you can't unless you have the computer to plug in the diagnosis port...it's all controled via the ecm!!!
well you said it. Oil pressure switch or oil pressure sending unit.most cars have both.If it has one wire it is an oil pressure sending unit. if it has a plug with 2 or more wires it is an oil pressure switch and sends a signal to the onboard computer. remove the wire either a nut or usually a plug.some sending units take a special socket but if you can get a wrench on it turn it counter clock wise and unscrew it. when you get the new one it will have a red material on the threads, this is a sealant.thread the new switch snug and put you plug back on.