or cv joint
If it's rear wheel drive, check the U-Joints.
A car that is in good running condition should not make a clunking noise. If a person pushes the gas and brake pedal at the same time causing a car to make a clunking noise, that is an indication of stain on the motor.
It is the sway bar bushings.
Mercury is more dense than iron, causing it to float on the surface of mercury.
erosion is causing rocks to dissolve
several ford products had a torque converter lock up problem. It would shift in and out at a certain speed. Sometimes changing the transmission fluid will fix it, it did on my crown vic. You might also change the fuel filter. It can't hurt.
When the Earth rotates sometimes we face the sun causing day and sometimes we face away from the sun causing night. )
no because if dropped the mercury can spill causing poisoning, and the fumes are also poisonous
A selenoid is activated from the rotary switch on the dash. This selenoid engages the AWD system causing the slight clunk
There was a recall for the cruise control causing smoking and sometimes burning have you checked to have it replaced? We just had ours replaced we received letter stating the recall. Hope this helps...
easy the changing of the weather
Mercury is highly toxic to humans. mercury is a potent nerve poison, causing tremors, loss of memory, insomnia, depression and personality changes.
causing a neutral object to become charged by touching it with a charged object.
bcause mercury spins slower than earth causing earths days to be shorter and mercurys days much longer.
That sounds suspiciously like a loose suspension part.
Sometimes. It depends on what is causing the knocking.
Mercury(or what ever is in the thermometer) expands when it is heated up causing it to move up, and contracts when it is cooled down causing the fluid to move down the tube.
As tempertature rises, the mercury in the thermometer expands, causing it to go up. As temperature decreases, the mercury in the thermometer contracts, causing it to go down on the scale. However, mercury thermometers are very dangerous if it breakes and gets on your skin. so it it reccomended to use an electric thermometer. these thermometers use thermoelectric current to measure temperature. ergo. they are safe if they break cheers <3 -Eli
by injecting their genetic material into the host cell causing the cell to react and sometimes causing a genetic mutation
Yes but mercury is very massive and it will require a lot of effort with unimpressive result. And then there will be a lot of people MAD at you for wasting a precious commodity and causing serious environmental damage. Mercury is toxic.
you would have to see a mechanic about that problem
When the beak of the toy touches the water it cools the mercury inside the toy causing it to shrink which offsets the balance in the toy. As is rises the mercury heats up and expands, again causing an offset in balance, continuing the cycle.
You could be pregnant. Or your body could just be changing causing your period to be missed.
Biological weathering is when a rock is eroded by an animal or plant (a living thing) but physical weathering is when the effects of changing temperature on rocks, causing the rock to break apart. The process is sometimes assisted by water.