You must mean the head not the block. Yes it can but use Teflon tape.
schedule is the thickness of the pipe and class is pressure/temperature rating of a fitting or pipe
It is on the firewall side of the motor and can be accessed on the passenger side of the car. I believe it is on the thermostat housing. There is a coolant line that connects to a fitting right next to the sensor in the housing.
Jic is a 37° Flared Fitting sae is a 45° Flared Fitting
Drainage fittings have pitch and are not pressure rather
front passenger side, look for the fitting on the line .
curve fitting is a very difficult and time wasting method while regrresion is more to use as compare to curve fitting
Fitting of bathroom is the process of setting all kinds of water points like shower, basin and other water points for controlling the flow and temperature of water.
Sweat a female fitting on the copper or use a compression coupling between the two.
what is the difference between A105 and A105 Nace
You mean the low pressure line. Open the hood, look straight down between the radiator and engine. You should see a metal line with a quick-connect fitting on it. Might be a screw-off cap on the fitting. That's it.
a105 is forged carbon steel fittings and are used in ambient temperature or low temperature service whereas, a234 is wrought carbon steel/low alloy steel fitting used in moderate or elevated temperatures.
A tube connector is the standard fitting that goes on a tube or hose. A tube adapter fits to a tube or hose and enables it to connect to a fitting of a different size to its standard.
Perhaps slave cylinder, line or fitting leaking?
A coupling is a threaded or soldered solid fitting, a union is a fitting that joins two pipes and can be taken apart with wrenches.
I've been trying to find the same fitting for my 95 unit and may be on to something. On the AC compressor there is a fitting labeled H, which I assume is the High pressure side, which is NOT what you seek. I found an aluminum tubing that comes out of the firewall turns right and the follows the passenger side fender all the way to the radiator. There is a female fitting on that tubing that takes the recharge fitting, so after a little more investigation I hope to try that on my car. I hope that this helps you, and me.
Fittings receive the male joint.
If its a CA20E engine, you will find it on top of the inlet manifold at the front, it has a blade type fitting on top...
Yes, need one between the two dissimilar metals.
If you are wondering where to add R134a on the low side, the fitting is located on the passenger side of the car, near the compressor and towards the headlight from the drive belt (fairly close, about a foot away, to the radiator). There should be a black cap (screw) just like a valve stem cover on a tire covering the valve. The high side connector is located in the engine compartment, passenger side, near the fender well back towards the alternator and very close to the drive belt. The high side fitting is much harder to find (see) than the low side- the low side is right out in the open. The fitting you have for adding R134a from the can will not fit on the high side. The high side fitting is larger than the low side fitting.
The difference between a compression fitting, and a capillary fitting is: in plumbing, are two types of fastening pipe together. Compression is the squeezing of a material around that of another material to secure a leak proof joint. A capillary fitting is a fitting usually involving a heat source as in copper pipe being soldered together. Soldering two pieces of pipe using a gas propane torch and a joiner which is simply another small piece of copper pipe that is made larger at both end to allow the pipes to enter each end of the joiner. After cleaning the ends and applying a flux to the ends you are ready to fasten the pipes together by just heating the joiner when the temperature is hot enough the solder will melt around the pipe. In a vertical position the top will solder easily, with gravity and heat. The bottom will use capillary action which is a sucking up of the solder due to the heat and flux.
MIP ==> Male Iron Pipe thread (i.e. threads on outside of fitting) FIP ==> Female Iron Pipe thread (i.e. threads on inside of fitting)