Tire damage in the form of uneven wear, find a good tire shop and get it fixed.
It depends on the type of eclipse... Solar Eclipse - No, It can damage your eyes, like looking at the sun always can. Lunar Eclipse - Yes, harmless Mitsubishi Eclipse - Only the red one.
A lot.. and you probably spend more later. I totalled my 97 eclipse by hopping a foot tall curb and hitting a tree doing forty five. If you have a friends a lot less. If you don't. it depends on the damage.
If you have coolant in the oil, it will cause the rod and main bearings to fail.
There could be bent and/or broken valves. Possible damage to the cylinder head and valve guides. Could be damage to the top of the piston. Or you could br lucky and nothing happened.
Yes, looking at the sun can cause optic nerve damage. This damage is most easily detected by noticing a loss in peripheral vision. If you notice tunnel vision or a decrease in your wide angle vision after viewing a solar eclipse consult an eye doctor immediately for treatment.
These can damage your penis and cause lasting damage to you penis.
The eclipse itself cannot damage your retinas. However, looking directly at the sun, as one might be tempted to do during an eclipse, can indeed cause damage.
Yes it is an interference engine and if the belt breaks you will have internal engine damage. But you will not have to replace the engine. The damage can be repaired easily and is much cheaper than installing another engine. To prevent this replace the belt every 60,000 miles as recommended by Mitsubishi.
No. There is no risk of damage your eyes from watching a lunar eclipse. It is during a solar eclipse that you require eye protection.
No it can damage your eyes
The valdivia earthquake caused a lot of damage. But I am not sure what kind of damage it caused.
It caused a lot of damage like destroying buildings
It is damage caused by the sun.
The damage is caused by the powerful winds of the tornado. The rest of the damage is caused by debris.
NO! You can cause PERMANENT EYE DAMAGE if you look directly at a solar eclipse, even a total eclipse.
It could damage your eyes if you look at it.
Yes. Looking directly at a solar eclipse, except during totality, can damage your eyes
they have caused a widespread damage in Texas
A tsunami caused most damage in 2004
You can get permanent damage to your eyes, or in the worst case get blind.
No, a lunar eclipse occurs when the moon passes into the Earth's shadow. There is no adverse affect of this. However, when the moon passes in front of the Sun, a solor eclipse occurs, and the concentrated light of the corona can cause retinal damage.
No. The only possible danger would come from looking directly at a solar eclipse, which can damage your eyes.
Probably. It depends on the weight and how much you use the weights.