you have to buy a timing light from your local parts store and hook it up into your electrical system...not sure how tho and turn the top wheel (CLOCKWISE) that your timing belt hooks up to and when your timing light, lights up.... your number 1 piston ( the first one closest to your belts) is at TDC
(top dead center) and that is where is will stay and be the best performance un hook the light put on your belt and dont let the wheel turn after unhooking make sure the belt is on snug... and it wont fall off because these 1.5 litre engines are the interference type and if your belt breaks or falls off you will most likely damage your valves if you engine is above an idle by bending them and possibly cracking your piston and this job costs at least $1500 to repair make sure your belt is in top condition and not about to break or fall off becaue this happend to me and my car is now as good as scrap.. i recommend changing the belts every 60 000kms or if you really care about your car then doing it more often is better because you can never be too careful because these belts can break anytime and do extremly bad damage... next car you buy... make sure it is not interference and if the belt breaks then all you have to do is buy a new belt ... and not a new car.. GOOD LUCK
I'm not 100% sure but I think it's adjusted automatically by the computer.
It is 0.09375
That is 15,000 ml.
what is the molecular weigh of a gas if 15L of its vapor at 100C and 1 atm weigh 68g
A tablespoon is 15 ml.
0.03% of 15L is 0.0045L
60 percent of 50L is 9L
15 L is greater by 13.6 L
15L an hour?
Neither one is greater they are equal to each other.
15 litres of water weigh 15 Kg.
10 - 15L per hour
15L is 3.3 UK gallons or 3.96 US gallons.
change the oxygen sensor on the exaust manifold. When it starts going bad it delivers incorrect fuel amounts at start up.
7.3L powerstroke takes 15L of oil.
model 04562-15L Jenny Lind Conv Crib Oak
It is 15/160, which you can simplify if required.
KTM recommends .15L-.20 L of Motorex ATF Super.
1 litre = 1,000 mL so 15L = 15,000 mL 0.6L = 600mL so 15.6L = 15,600mL
15L, which is exactly ten times as large as 1500mL (or 1.5L).
First, you start by listing all of your givens; this will help you know what you have, and what you need to find. V1 = 2.8 L T1 = 25 C + 273 = 300 K. The temperature always has to be in kelvin; so, if you degree Celsius, you have to convert it to kelvin by using the equation K= degrees Celsius + 273 V2 = 15L T2 = ? V1/T1 = V2/T2 By looking at our given, we know you have to use this equation. 2.8L/300K = 15L/T2 We have to cross-multiply. (Basic Algebra) T2 2.8L/2.8L = 4500KL/2.8L T2 = 1607 K 1607 K = 1334 C
though the avg salary is 15L p.a. but then one can even get much better depending upon their performance in pre-placement offers.