In 2007 it was 217000 so it must be getting close too a quarter mil by now
You write it as 217000, exactly as in the question.A decimal number is simply a way of representing a number in such a way that the place value of each digit is ten times that of the digit to its right. A decimal representation does not require a decimal point. Adding zeros after the decimal point is wrong because they imply a degree of accuracy (significant figures) for which there is no justification.
Want to know what our monthly house payment will be owing 217000.00 on a 30 year loan at 4.5%
The best estimate is, obviously, the exact value, which is 217557 since any other estimate will be inferior.Since the operation is multiplication a workable estimate is obtained by rounding one number down and the other one up. This would give 3100*70 = 217000.
1900-9000 1922-145000 1935-251800 1950-443258 1905-31000 1923-154000 1936-260000 1951-468177 1910-57000 1924-162000 1940-300000 1960-496180 1915-83000 1925-172000 1948-402000 1965-825030 1920-12700 1930-217000 1949-431000 1968-106212
I have a Monarch and used the site (bluebookofpianos.com) to approximate its age. They have a listing of serial numbers by years. According to their records, the 1920's started with serial number 127000. The 1930's started with serial number 217000. It doesn't list in between those years, but because they go in order, we can approximate is was made around 1922-ish. So in 2011 its around 89 years old! (older than mine! it was around 1937)
MONARCH A popular piano manufactured by the Monarch Piano Co., of Chicago. The Monarch pianos and player-pianos are desirable instruments of attractive character at moderate prices for unsurpassed values. Perfectly safe to buy. See the Baldwin Piano Co. 1900 - 9000 1930 - 217000 1933 - 238000 1938 - 282000 1910 - 57000 1931 - 223000 1934 - 247000 1940 - 300000 1920 - 127000 1932 - 232000 1935 - 251800 1941 - 302000
This would depend on your nose. A bad CMP sensor may cause improper burning of the fuel and can give a smell out the tailpipe. Will the CMP smell? Never. A Ford camshaft syncronizer will squeek and could cause a metallic burning smell.
changed camshaft and crankshaft sensors in 2005 toyota tacoma 6 clyinder and now it wont start any idea what to try next
I changed only the camshaft position sensor on my 2000 Kia Sportage. So I don't think so.
More than likely it needs to be reset.
They made people aware about how burning happens
Burning is a chemical change because the nature of molecules is changed.
It is a chemical. Chemical because you are burning it and it can't be easily changed back to the same candle before it was burnt.
With a tape measure check the length of the camshaft by either checking the new camshaft or measuring along the top of the engine, now take that length and extend it out from the front of the engine to see if you have a straight shot out the front of the block to remove the camshaft, by default the fan, radiator and ac condenser will need to removed for the actual removal of the camshaft.
it changed like house burning
Simply by burning it, of course.
The camshaft position sensor on a Mazda Miata is changed by disconnecting the wiring harness and unscrewing the sensor using a wrench. The threads can then be cleaned and a new sensor torqued into place.
Burning toast would be a chemical change. The bread would be changed into carbon and the reaction can not be reversed.
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Last year my mechanic changed my broken camshaft in a 3.3 l flex fuel engine in my 2000 Grand Caravan. It was necessary to jack up the van and drop the engine far enough to pull the camshaft out the passenger side. There were quite a few parts to remove to do that.
It greatly depends on the year, make and engine but most can be changed in under 30 minutes.
six-hundred and sixty six degrees eg. 666