hi if ur gage keeps dropping and u run out of juice in ur battery it could be one of two things 1) bad battery or 2) bad alternater
Weak battery, or weak alternator.
Sounds like the alternator is going bad, Need to check charging system with a volt meter.
A battery gauge "moves up and down" while running because of fluctuations in the voltage output of the circuit which it is connected to. This may be because of equipment on the circuit.
More information is needed before this question can be answered. Is that "temperature"? Are you talking about the temperature gauge? And what is it on? A car? A refrigerator or freezer? The thermostat? The world outside?
the EPIGLOTTIS is the structure in which prevents food from going down the windpipe.
it means like mountains are going up and down up and down and keeps going
an esophagus keeps food from going down your airway.
Can be loose connections or the alternator is failing.
Are you SURE your car is 16 volt?? I've seen 6 volt systems and 99.9% of the cars are 12 volt. So double check you numbers. I have NEVER seen a 16V battery in a car.
The amperage gauge will go down when you turn on your lights, because there is a sudden draw of electric power from the battery. The alternator should equal out the power surge.
The battery will run down and he engine will stop. You will not be able to start the engine. The alternator keeps the battery fully charged.
If the battery is defective get a new battery. If you just left something on and ran it down, charge the battery and keep going.
The fuel cutout light has nothing to do with your battery level....if the level keeps flucuating (gauge needle going up and down) more than likely the alternator has a problem or you could have an electrical or grounding problem somewhere. I have all of the above at the moment. My gauges kept dancing up and down and then the alternator went. (Oh, the voltage regulator is built into the alternator, so you'll be replacing both at the same time if that's the problem.)
the Air conditioning would have to work harder - its a guess depends if the gauge is showing Battery Life or Battery Output
This depends how you are perceiving this "pressure going up and down" . I've repaired and replaced toilets for years and couldn't imagine how I'd gauge pressure doing this. Maybe you are mistaking pressure for flow rate and something is plugged up somewhere in your toilet.
If the battery were not securely fastened down Any speed could possibly crack the battery. If the battery is securely fastened down it would depend on where the vehicle was hit in the accident.
The epiglottis covers the "wrong pipe" (larynx) to keep food (and fluids) from going down it when we swallow.
Peristalsis keeps your food going down into the digestive system.
because it keeps going down then up
interia keeps going in a straight line but with friction it will slow down