When you turn the steering wheel and hear a popping noise, it could be due to the power steering pump and a sticking valve so there is not enough hydraulic pressure. It could be caused by the steering linkage going out or low power steering fluid.
If a 1992 Honda Civic's speedometer is erratic, the problem could be the speedometer cable. It could also be the speedometer sensor malfunctioning. Check both components carefully.
Check to see where leak originates could be: Leaking pump seal Leaking high or low pressure hose Could be steering rack
power steering pressure hose
Could be a bad speedometer cable, could be an ECM issue, could be just a bad speedometer.
Possibly, the power steering pressure switch changes the idle if there is more pressure due to use of the power steering it will increase the idle. A bad switch could be sending faulty informatioin causing your idle to be wrong and the car could stall. These switches cost about $30-$35 and depending on location take minutes to change with a couple wrenches.
The pump could be making noise, or the steering may not work properly due to low fluid pressure. There could also be a pump leak, indicating a problem.
The normal blood pressure ranges for the average person is between 120/60 to 140/80, however those who continuously have a blood pressure lower or higher than these ranges could be classed as normal too
At normal temperature and pressure, chlorine is a gas and I would be greatly surprised if you could measure 1 tbsp of chlorine.At normal temperature and pressure, chlorine is a gas and I would be greatly surprised if you could measure 1 tbsp of chlorine.At normal temperature and pressure, chlorine is a gas and I would be greatly surprised if you could measure 1 tbsp of chlorine.At normal temperature and pressure, chlorine is a gas and I would be greatly surprised if you could measure 1 tbsp of chlorine.
could be the speedo cable?
Well due to the velocity of that car it could either be pressure building up in that part or a certain liquid is building up/leaking and it is creating technical difficulties such the speedometer to stop working
93 Nissan 300ZX P. Steering/odometerThe odometer stopped but the speedometer still works? I have to belive these are two different problems. There just shouldn't be any connection between the two. Treat it as such. Look at the power steering first. Is the belt intact and tight? Fluid full? Digital readout on odometer or mechanical? If mechanical, and the speedometer still works, then it is just the odometer that's bad. Direct connection speedometer to odometer, with no connection to the power steering as far as I know, and no reason for there to be. Even if digital, the power steering is simply a pump and some hoses with no need for anything electrical. There is no reason for the two to be connected.