your best bet would be to trade her in and get a real car
I would use a graduated cylinder to measure out 50 mL of water. Graduated Cylinder <--------------------
This is to allow for expansion of the hot water-- otherwise the cylinder would blow up.
Any class A cylinder is adequate.
There is likely a crack in the engine block.
I would think a Probe owners club is for owners of Ford Probe cars.
Through a test plug
A measuring cylinder
simple, you increase the height of the storage tank thus increasing the water head pressure to the cylinder or install a continuous rated pump (but not recommend) for best results change the cylinder to an unvented (output: potentially 22ltrs at 3 bar) :o)
I doubt the gas company will install a water heater. Too much liability.
might have a leak in the clutch lines somewhere check to see if you have any fluid should be by the master cylinder and look like a clear pill bottle change your slave cylinder..it would cost you about $45..i had the same problem last week..now its running new..my 89' probe..
hi! i had the same problem on my '94 SE and it was caused by the distributor.
The density would seam lower.
the air would be trapped in the measuring cylinder. basically, nothing would happen
you would need to get a new ecu that will go to the motor you are putting in, then also get the new wiring harness. make sure you map out the angle of the engine to get the max of horsepower and gas milage.
It may be the water pump.
Installation instructions come with tankless water heater, but would recommend someone experienced enough to install.
that would be the meniscus
One day i would like to probe the bottom of the ocean!
800g of water would be 800mL of water, so a liter beaker or graduated cylinder could hold that volume of water.
You could check with a locksmith to find out if it is repairable. If it were mine I would install a new lock cylinder