If it is a plug remove by turning counter-clockwise If it is a petcock - open it by turning clockwise
Turning something 'clockwise' would be turning it in the direction the hands on a clock turns. 'Counter-clockwise' would be turning it the opposite direction of a clock. I always remember anti-clockwise from clockwise, by which way a clock turns for clockwise, and the opposite way of a clock turning for anti-clockwise.
It's pressed on or or is threaded clockwise, depending on whether your truck came with the Mitsubishi or Mazda transmission. Try turning it counter-clockwise with a decent amount of force.
clockwse and counter-clockwise
Looking from the front of the motor it is turning clockwise, sitting in drivers seat it is counter-clockwise.
Turning it Clockwise (Right) will make it sharper, if you turn it counter-clockwise (left) it will be flat.
Rtr. turning clockwise. Rotate distributor counter clockwise to advance timing, clockwise to retard.
the firring order is 1342 and with the rotor turning counter clockwise meens you have 1.6L 16 valve motor
For most valves, clockwise to close and counter clockwise to open.
There is a nut on the bottom of the pendulum to adjust the speed. Turning it clockwise speeds it up, counter clockwise slows it down
First, spin the dial clockwise a few times to reset the lock. Then continue turning clockwise until you reach the first number of the combination. Then spin the dial counter-clockwise one full revolution so you are back at the first number. Then continue turning counter-clockwise until you reach the second number. Then turn the dial clockwise until you get to the third number (do not spin the extra revolution this time). At this point, you should be able to pull the lock open.
By turning the idle adjustment screw located near the choke lever under the carburetor. Counter-clockwise lowers it, clockwise raises it.
Are you: Stepping on the mill 'wings' from the outside? Turning it counter-clockwise? Doing it long enough?
The engine has a crankshaft that is connected to all the pistons in the engine. When the engine is running the pistons are moving up and down and are turning this crankshaft. The crankshaft in turn is spinning a shaft connected to the transmission. The transmission is turning a driveshaft that is connected to the differential which in turn is turning an axle connected to the wheels.
No, just as long as you are turning it counter clockwise when standing behind the headlight.
The Earth rotates towards the east. Or, if you were looking down on it from above the North Pole, it would rotate counter-clockwise.
There is a square hole it the tensioner in which to insert a 1/2 inch breaking bar or socket wrench end to pull on and release the tension. - update - Are you turning the tensioner bolt clockwise? You have to turn it clockwise for it to relieve tension. You turn counter clockwise to remove the tensioner bolt. Turning counter clockwise will not relieve tension.
remove cable from transmission with turning counter clockwise with pliers next reove bolt. pull gear assembly out replace outer seal and orings reinstall all parts avable at trans shop.
Get a spark plug socket and wrench that fits the plug body and remove it by turning counter-clockwise.
counter clockwise. It is almost impossible to remove it with a wrench unless you can keep the engine from turning with it when you try to remove it.
it is turning around a center.a shape that turns around a center point or dotThe Answer to Your Question:The word rotation in an Algebra 1 class course means to move the pre-image around by degrees depending on if it is supposed to be clockwise or counter-clockwise.turning
Depends on whic direction you turn. Turning counter-clockwise will make you face starboard.
In a track cycling the riders cycle around the track in a anti clockwise directionTrack cycling (on a velodrome or banked bicycle racing oval) is always counter-clockwise, turning left. This is the standard direction for racing throughout the world. -
Are you asking why it isn't turning? Well, there could be a number of reasons. First thing you'd want to see is if the driveshaft turns or not. If it does, but your drive axle doesn't, good chance that your differential is toast.If the driveshaft doesn't turn, it's probably in the transmission.... perhaps a bad torque converter, or perhaps the transmission isn't engaging, which could be a vacuum issue, bad/damaged gears in the transmission, a bad torque converter... you really have to diagnose this a little more in-depth.
Assuming that you have released the gear lock inside, and the windmill arms are turning, the only reason would be if it is turning the wrong way : it has to go counter-clockwise to open the dome.