if its the 2.4 liter its the exact same motor so yes, this would be possible
In short, no. The pressure rating of the barrel of a .38 gun will not handle .357 pressures reliably. Even if you could somehow find a cylinder that would fit, it would eventually blow up in your face.
check for bent or burnt valve check for bent or burnt valve
It is possible.
It is possible or a cylinder of helium to fill 700 balloons because the helium in the cylinder is compressed.
this is not possible
It is possible for a 2000 Passat 1.8L to interchange with a 1999 version. However, the interchanged numbers must match the older version it is being replaced with.
Possible, but, have a gunsmith check it out.
It's possible to interchange from '96 to 2001 with some minor differences. From 2001 to '05 with a few more differences.
POSSIBLE CRANKSHAFT POSITION SENSOR.
No! A cylinder is a cylindrical hole in the engine block.
No, it isn't.
Given a cuboid it is always possible to have a cylinder with the same volume.
Around 27-29 highway is possible.
These dimensions are not possible for a cylinder.
the gas lines may need to be cleaned. the airfilter may need to be replaced
unplug electrical connector for the fluid level warning switch. remove as much fluid as possible from master cylinder, with a syringe or similar to suck out the fluid. take off the brake lines to the cylinder. pull lines away from cylinder, and cap the ends so you do not loose fluid from the lines. remove the nuts attaching master cylinder to firewall. pull the cylinder off of the studs to remove it. bench bleed the new cylinder before installing it. (that means to remove all air trapped in cylinder). fill up new cylinder with new fluid, and push on plunger of cylinder to release the air. do this until no more air bubbles are presant in cylinder. if no fluid is lost from the lines and all the air is out of the cylinder. there is no need to bleed all the brakes just bleed by remove lines at cylinder if needed. GOOD_DAY!
It IS possible. Tell us more-- does it crank over? Have you checked anything else?
It is impossible to determine the weight of the cylinder without knowing additional details. Such details include the material which the cylinder is made of, as well as any possible contents of the cylinder.
This is very likely to be a possible interchange.See "Related Questions" below for more
a little cut and weld, anythings possible ;)
While anything is possible, such a transplant would be extremely cost-prohibitive and impractical.
It is not possible to draw a cone cylinder and triangular prism in this platform.
No if it were possible you would have learned about it