Dust build up on pads/shoes (squeal) Worn pads/shoes causing metal to metal contact (grinding) Suspension fault, movement of faulty component when the brakes are applied (knocking).
Probably because of the missing insulation from the wire leading from the solonoid on the transmission, causing the bare wire to contact a metal surface, thus creating a short circuit and blowing the fuse.
The metal reacts with oxygen, causing a chemical reaction which makes it turn brittle and orange
No it does not. If one can afford to do so. Get the pipe replaced. Putting oil on it could make the metal supple causing it to burst.
A few things could be causing a grinding sound when turning. It could be a cv axle, ball joint, tie rod end, or bracket pin steering.
no only metal to metal contact will do it, You will whine if you drive metal to metal and lose the brakes while driving..
The atoms that make up the metal are loosened up by the heat, therefore causing the metal structure to become more flexible.
yes, calcium could be metal oil.
Light causing electrons to be released from the surface of a metal.
He is dumb the acid reacts with the metal causing to do diffrent things. alliminion in Hydrolic acid fiizzes and then dissolves !
Metal is colder therefore causing a change to occur?(ps:I am fun)
Runners do not sit on metal chairs after a race because their muscles are warm and metal can cool them off too quickly causing cramps.
The instruments of the brass family make sound by causing the player's lips to buzz in a metal cup-shaped mouthpiece.
She was hit with a metal weight at age 12, Causing a farctured skull.. Causing her to have uncontrollable blackouts the rest of her life.
The tarnish on a metal is highly likely to be the oxide of that metal.
What could you do to prevent the metal coroding paint it with a thick paint or spray
Name one metal the nail could be made from?"
The copper particles gain energy therefore vibrating faster and causing expansion to occur.
This is a phenomenon known as the photoelectric effect. Light arrives at the metal and gives energy to the electrons, causing them to be ejected from the metal.
Tin could be used to coat another metal. It is done to prevent corrosion.
Could be the brakes are metal to metal.
By their force of attraction to eachother, their force of attraction is very high, causing the metal to be very strong in its solid form.
Probably your brake pad came off.
The lightest 'non-metal' could be Hydrogen and Helium! Both are gases, and therefore, not a metal.
It could be a metal or non metal. most of them are metals.