Light is supposed to come on as soon as the ignition key is turned on. It should not take 20 seconds for the oil pressure to reach enough pressure to turn the light off. Change brands of oil filers you are using and make sure you are using the correct weight oil for this engine. Try a Purolator. If that doesn't help, check the oil pressure sending unit. It that checks out OK, have the oil pressure checked to see if there is a problem with the oil pump.
There is a button under the steering wheel press it in for about 5 seconds and the light will go out. Then your tire pressure is low it will light again check your tire pressure inflate then push the button again.
To reset the pressure light, first inflate the tires to the proper cold pressure (30-32 lbs, or as the sticker says on the door frame when you open the car door), and then hold the button in for five seconds on the pressure light.
1 light year = 31,556,926 light seconds.
Because light travels faster than sound.
About 1.5 light-seconds to the Moon.
Well, let's say it's the fourth of july. you go to a park to see fireworks. You see the colors of the fire works, then seconds later, you hear the loud boom. The light (colors) came first, then seconds later, (barely two or three) you heard the sound. This is how you can tell.
this is 1,200 light seconds from earth. Considering Mars at 20 light minutes from Earth, 20 minutes x 60 seconds / minute = 1,200 light seconds.
Light travels much faster than sound. You will see a flash of lightning, and then hear the thunder some seconds later. I was once told that if I see a flash and then count in seconds. If the thunder is heard 5 seconds later, the storm is a mile away.
Light seconds is a distance not a time.
8 light-minutes, 19 light-seconds. Or; 499 ± 1 light-seconds.
disconnect the battery for 30 seconds to reset the light. It will come back on later when it figures out the catalyst is missing.
Just press the reset button at the fuse panel on the driver side. Press it for some seconds and it will clear the light.
As long as the oil pressure light does not come on it will do no damage. If the light comes on, even for a few seconds, stop immediately.
500 light seconds = 149,896,229 kilometers
The Moon is about 1.3 light seconds from Earth.
A light second is a unit of distance, not a unit of time.
You have to hold the tire pressure button down until the light starts flashing, after 5 seconds press the button again( do not hold it). This will reset the system, and recalibrate it to the new tires
! If you want to turn it off turn the radio off and hold the DISP button for 10 seconds, this activates the setup menu. Scroll through until you see Tire Pressure and reset it. The car does not come with an active tire pressure management system, when it detects low pressure you will HAVE to reset the light.
inflate your tires to recommended pressure (including spare tire) then turn ignition to on (don't have to start the engine) then press the button under the steering column for a few seconds until the light comes out
None. Seconds are a measurement of time and a light year is a measurement of distance.
Conversion: light seconds x 299,792.458 = km
The tire pressure switch is located in the glove box. To turn it off, turn the car on and hold the switch/button down for 3-5 seconds.
1 light year = 5.10827668 × 1012 knots There are 60 Seconds in a Knot, so there are 3.06496601 × 1014 Seconds in a light year.
You hear thunder 5 seconds later for every mile away the lightning has occurred. Two miles away, 10 seconds later. Light travels at 186,000 mile per second, almost instantaneous over short distances. Sound only travels 1 mile in 5 seconds.