Unless you have very large amount of water in the gas tank, it should not be an issue. Your vehicle is fuel-injected and F/I systems are very tolerant of water introduction. For minor amounts of water, use a gas-dryer (alcohol) such as HEET or Prestone Gas Dryer. For large amounts of water, drop the gas tank, dry it out, remove the fuel pump, replace the fuel pump screen (sock) and pump and reassemble. Be sure to purge the water (if there is any) out of the fuel line by releasing fuel from the service port fitting on the F/I hose once the vehicle has been reassembled. Mark--Raleigh, NC
Put the "O" ring on the line and lubricate it with a little silicone.
Are you sure you're connecting to the low pressure line instead of the high pressure line? The low pressure line should have a blue or black dust cap on it, while the high pressure line should have a red dust cap on it.
If you have a 4 cyl eng, looking down from the front of the car it would be directly under the intake in line with the black breather box on top of the engine. it is attached to the transmission bellhousing.
To remove and/or prevent "Water Hammering" in your water lines.
Install a checkvalve
Remove the top water line from the radiator to the water pump. The thermostat is found there.
Run a fused HOT line from the fuse block to the switch under dash - the other end to the cooling fan
Remove the water return line from your 1998 Chevrolet pickup truck water pump. Remove the water pump belt. Remove the water pump retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new water pump.
Obstruction in the hot water supply line, bad valve, or broken water line. Drain system and remove valve cartridge, open hot supply to blow out line and see if water comes out. If it does than you have a bad cartridge, if not broken line that needs to be repaired.
you have trash in your line take the shower head off and remove trash or possibly in water valve at shower
Your 1996 Chevrolet Corsica cooling system. Remove the water supply line and the water return line. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new heater core.
Drain the water from the cooling system. Remove the water supply line to the thermostat. Remove the thermostat housing bolts. Remove the thermostat. Reverse the process to install the new thermostat.
it is under front bumper below right headlight.you have to remove plastic cover and there is a union in line coming out of condenser.it is in that union
Ransom E. Olds mass produced the Curved Dash Olds Runabout from 1901 to 1904 on an assembly line.
Unfortunetly, you will have to replace the line, or if this is a boiler system, email me for further details.
No. The assembly line was developed by Ford Motor Company between 1908 and 1915. Ransom Olds was not a part of Ford Motor Company.
Henry Ford perfected the assembly line but he did not invent it. The modern assembly line and it's basic concept is credited to Ransom Olds who used it to build the first mass produced automobile, the Oldsmobile Curved Dash. Olds patented the assembly line concept in 1901.
You cannot remove sulfuric acid from water. You must remove water and release the sulfuric acid as a gas. Now how to do that is a great question... I am going to try using a Schlank line with 2 traps to completely dry everything out. If anybody has any other insight it would be greatly appreciated!
Reduce the closing rate on the valve.
A black water line means that you are not cleaning the walls of the pool at the water line tile (if the pools has tile) ( if no tile then the surface of the pool itself) on a weekly basis. The black is scum. Which is probably overlaid with calcium, dirt, body oils, cosmetics, deodorant etc. There is a special tile cleaner for that purpose - a product called Geyser. Not sure of the spelling. However, the tile soap (gyser) will not remove the black on the first several tries. It may take months to remove that line based upon how long it has been neglected.
you should mix antifreeze half and half with clean water and fill radiator to full, then add to cold line in the overflow tank
Remove the water supply line to the thermostat housing. Remove the thermostat housing retaining bolts. Lift the old thermostat out and replace it with the new thermostat.
According to a book entitled Michigan Yesterday & Today authored by Robert W. Domm, the assembly line and its basic concept is credited to Ransom Olds, who used it to build the first mass-produced automobile, the Oldsmobile Curved Dash.Olds patented the assembly line concept, which he put to work in his Olds Motor Vehicle Company factory in 1901.
1901 by the Oldsmobile Company, mass producing the "Curved Dash" Olds from the first assembly line.
Ransom Olds of Oldsmobile had an assembly line method but Henry Ford perfected it.