Not if you have posted this question under the correct firearms topic. The military doesn't buy their weapons from Sears Roebuck, and I can't think of any other organization that would have a "training model". The selector lever keeps the next round in the magazine from chambering when you cycle the action, making it in effect a single shot. Hope this helps.
It is so easy. Just follow this procedure Turn the ignition to the ON position -Press the selector button so that the warning is showing -Press and Hold the selector for 10 seconds, the display will flash. Once flashing let go of the button -Press and hold the selector button for 5 seconds, the display will reset.
The gauge could be bad, the fuel gauge sending unit in the gas tank as part fo the fuel pump could be bad you could have a bad ground wire you could have a broken wire in the harness runnign from the fuel tank to the gauge.
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Could be temperature sensor Could be gauge
If the temperature gauge is not working, one thing it could be besides the gauge itself is a blown fuse. Another possibility is a loose or broken wire on the gauge.Ê
The gage fuse Should be located in a compartment behind the driver's side kick panel.
it is not recommended because the 14 gauge wire is not capable of carrying the same amount of load as the 12 gauge wire which could result in a fire.
12 gauge wire is rated for up to 20 amps. Typically you could go by this 14 gauge = 15amps 12 gauge = 20amps 10 gauge = 30 amps 8 gauge = 40 amps
as a noun: Will you please check the amount of rain on our rain gauge? as a verb: I could not gauge his understanding by the look on his face. (as a verb, gauge means to evaluate, estimate, judge, or measure)
You probably could A) replace the gauge or B) take it to a dealership and have them look at it
Check with manual gauge - if pressure normal - could be defevtive oil pressure sensor or gauge
The reason for the failure could be a failure in the connection or the gauge itself. Alternatively, the temperature sensor could have failed.
There could be several things wrong with the system that the thermostat gauge is connected to. You could check to see if the gauge is working correctly. If the gauge works fine, then it could be the housing that the thermostat is mounted to. It could also be a faulty bypass valve near the thermostat which prevents the engine from heating up. Check these places to see what may be wrong with your escort.
could be a bad sensor a bad gauge or a broken or disconnected wire
A faulty fuel gauge sending unit in the fuel tank could cause that.
There are several reasons why a gas gauge could stop working. A short in the wire from the sending unit could be the culprit. The computer that controls the dashboard gauges could be going out.
Clutch could be skipping
Could be wrong sensor or new sensor could be faulty or the gauge it self is bad
your float could be stuck
either the fuel gauge needs replacing or the fuel gauge sending unit in the fuel tank is stuck
Could be bad gauge or float stuck in fuel tank
Bad gauge Bad float in tank
it might be a fuse
Improper readings could result because of rain being diverged from the gauge by the trees leaves, or dripping water could also affect them.