i have oil in my water reservior in 02 volks passat
unplug line at bottom of overflow or bottom of radiator
The water pump on a 2001 VW Passat is replaced by removing the engine accessories, drive belt, draining the radiator, and removing the hoses. The pump is then unbolted and a new pump put into its place.
No, petrol is not soluble in water.
is petrol haver than water
It is possible to replace by lowering tank and warming pipe in hot water.
Water cannot extinguish all fires. But the reason is can't extinguish petrol fires is because petrol as a liquid is less dense than water. As water is thrown onto the petrol, the petrol floats on top of the water and continues to vapourise. It is the vapour which burns, slightly above the surface of the petrol.
Petrol has a similar viscosity to water.
The water pump is timing belt driven and if the timing is off even one tooth you will be paying about $4,000 to replace the WHOLE engine.
nothing different will happen as petrol is a type of oil, the petrol will come on the top of water and water will get settled down.
Water is polar and petrol and grease are nonpolar which makes them insoluble in water.
because petrol is lighter than water and so petrol will flow on it.
Water is a polar molecule, components of petrol have nonpolar molecules.
It's not recommended for your vehicle, as it gives less for the engine to burn, as water is not flammable obviously. pour the water in to the petrol, or pour the petrol into the water. Shake, don't stir.
petrol and water
Yes - Oil is lighter than water. Petrol, or gasoline, floats on water because it is lighter that water.
Petrol evaporates faster than water at room temperature. this is because the boiling point of petrol is 95oC and water's boiling point is 100oC. As the boiling point of water is higher than that of petrol, petrol evaporates faster as it achieves its boiling point before water does.
Water and petrol are immiscible, so they can be separated by decantation.
take the old one out and put the new one in.
pH has NO VALUE in petrol, becuase it is immischible with water.
Yes . That's what makes up the petrol
kerosine oil, water, alcohol, petrol...:)
Because petrol is a combustible substance. Water is inert.