No it should not, It is now hooked to direct vacuum witch is wrong. It should be hooked to ported vacuum. That means that it only has vacuum when you speed the engine up and not when it is idleing.
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It should fit as long as both engines are the 3 cyl 1 litre types, but you will need to swap flywheels.
when its speed becomes greater than the synchronous speed.
TH125 three speed.
Maximum design speed: 110 kph Average speed between stations: 45 kph
The max speed is 100mb on Cat3 cable. We have it here and have hooked a fluke up to it as well as plugged a laptop directly in switch at a gig speed.
Bearing failure. Have the alternator tested. describe the whine - is it proportional to the speed? It oculd be because of the load and the charging - how is your battery condition? Did it do this before? Bearing failure. Have the alternator tested. describe the whine - is it proportional to the speed? It oculd be because of the load and the charging - how is your battery condition? Did it do this before?
Well when you are driving the alternator is at a constant speed then when you slow down the alternator sort of skips a beat causing the lights to dim!
becouse it's not underground.
manually under the hood.
That depends on the speed at which one is traveling.
Yes, you most certainly can. Just don't try it with a transmission from a 1.3L - you'll be missing the shifter brace!
Top speed is about 100 mph... unfortunately that would be freefall out of an airplane. on the street you can get about 86-88mph in an automatic and slightly more with a 5 speed.
An alternator or synchronous generator is a machine where the frequency of voltages induced, currents produced maintains the constant relation ship with the synchronous speed.
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It should be by the tall houseing ether on the driver or the pasanger side. It is a electronic sensor so there won't be a cable hooked up to it just 2 wires.
Alternators should produce around 14 volts. I say around because this can vary with temperature, engine speed and the age of the alternator. If you think yours is kicking out too much it's probably the voltage regulator. If you think its not enough it could be the brushes. The easiest thing to do is to pull it and take it to a parts store; most of them will test your alternator for free.
Simply open your cars Hood and find out which engine you have, on top of the engine you should see , DOHC for Dual Overhead Cam, or Twin cam, if you do not see this you likely have a Single overhead Cam engine SOHC. also carefully write down your cars VIN number (vehical Identification Number) it contains an engine code and the parts dealer should be able to supply your alternator from that. Good luck
Dubai do not have any bullet train. Dubai has started Metro on 09/09/09. Current speed of Metro is 60-80 KMH. The Metro shape is same as used in Beijing, and Singapore.
There is a plug with either 2 or 3 wires plugged in to the side of the alternator that can be unplugged. With the engine running at slow idle unplug that plug and note whether engine speed picks up slightly and then plug it back in and notice if engine speed slows down slightly. If engine speed increases and decreases as I've described your alternator is working because when it is actually charging it uses more horsepower. If the engine speed does not change your alternator is not working. Another simple way to to test the alternator with a volt meter at the battery with the engine running. If you read between 13.5 to 16 volts it is more than likely good. Less than 13.5 and it is defective.