Is it possible to convert a 1984 Nissan 300 zx from a double belt drive to a serpentine system; changing from a single keyway to a dual keyway crankshaft if necessary?
It would be difficult. I would not attempt it unless there were parts from a later model that would interchange with it.A salvage yard might be able to answer interchangability issues.
You had to have disrupted something else while you were changing the serpentine belt. I've driven a short distance without the belt at all so just changing it shouldn't have any side effect like not starting. Check all your electrical connections and be certain you didn't dissconnect anything while you changed the belt. It's possible that your battery is dead if you drove a distance without the belt in place. The belt is needed for…
Is it possible to assess the quality of software if the customer keeps changing what it is supposed to do?
To replace the AC belt which is separate from the serpentine belt on a Chevy 2500 V8 6 liter do the following: Turn the AC switch on the dash to the off setting. Remove the bottom cover under the engine. Remove the air intake pipe from the filter box to the top front of the engine intake. Loosen the serpentine belt by putting a wrench on the idle pulley bolt on the front top of…
Who said Those who believe no explanation is necessary those who do not believe no explanation is possible?
Yes it is possible to have a changing velocity at a constant speed. Velocity is defined as the rate of change of position therefore if the direction of the constant speed changes then that constitutes a changing velocity. For example driving in a circle means that the speed is constant but the direction changes as you drive :) Betlehem Semahge
How do you know if a gay person who asks for help in changing his or her sexual orientation is acting of his or her own free will?
First and foremost, sexual orientation cannot be changed. In spite of that, there are still many people who believe this is possible and/or necessary, including some gay people. It's not easily possible to know if a person would seek this of their own free will, but regardless, it is a path that can only lead to disappointment and psychological damage.
CRANKSHAFT? Very unlikely. The crankshaft is an integral part of, and contained entirely within, the engine. The engine would have to have been virtually destroyed in order to damage it. However - If you mean to ask about the DRIVESHAFT - the rotating shaft under the vehicle that transfers power from the transmission to the rear wheels - yes it is entirely possible that a driveshaft or its component parts could be damaged in a…