VW recommends synthetic oil only. In fact, your warranty will become void if you use anything else. There is a factory service bulletin warning about engine oil sludge problems using conventional oil. Don't use blends either, just straight synthetic. VW recommends 5W-40, but 5W-30 works just fine, and that's what I use (since 5W40 isn't as easy to find). Expect to pay $5+ per quart, and you will need almost 5 quarts. Be sure to use the factory MANN oil filter too since it has a large capacity. If you search this site, there is alot of other threads concerning this very issue.
Nissan 18L can you put super4 spark plugs
It takes an experienced mechanic about three hours to change from start to finish. You may be able to find a good used turbo for about $400, the new gaskets will be about $80. A new turbo is around $900. Check rockauto.com for good parts prices, I've had good luck there, also vwvortex.com
18L per 100km equates to 13 miles per gallon!
It is a V-8 18L
18 l is greater.
Since there are 1000ml in a L, that would be 18,000.
18L is 4.76 US gallons.
There are 36 units of 250 ml in 18 litre
it should last between 150,000 and 200,000 miles... mine just went out at 155,000... the implications... depends on what happened... if it seizes... then you will create no boost... and you'll have excess back pressure... if the oil bushing goes out... it'll slip to an angle... and machine the inside of the housing... or it'll just disintigrate... best thing you can do to prevent this... is just use synthetic blend oil... unless its been brought up on full synthetic... I know it costs more... but its worth it... and don't go more than 3000 miles before an oil change... don't go with the dealer recommended 5000...
18000mL is 18L (divide mL by 1,000).1800 ml = 1. 8 liter
I have a 2001 1.8T Passat Station Wagon. My (non-dealer) repair shop suggests that premium gas is only required for city driving. When going on a long trip with mostly high speed interstate driving, mid-grade gas is okay according to them. I have been following their advice for the last year and have had no change in gas mileage or performance. As a once owner of a 2000 Passat wagon, a brother-in-law who has spent over the last 20 years as a VW dealer tech and he too still owns his 2000 Passat wagon 1.8T has never used anything but regular unleaded gas in his car. He says there is no reason that he has ever known or experienced in his many years as a tech and owner to use premium gas in this car. With the 1.8T you should only be using a full synthetic oil. there is no way around this. Using conventional motor oil WILL cause sludge in your engine, void the extended warranty on this engine and cost thousands to fix.
Use the radio's volume and frequesce setting buttons next to the clock.
1800 mL. There is 1000 mL in 1L. To get the answer, multiply 18L by 1000 and you'll get 1800 mL.
only 1 small gold fish but they really should be cept in an 18l tank or more
The Jetta engine should fitAnswerAny four-cylinder watercooled VW engine will FIT in the car; every watercooled inline-4 Volkswagen engine has the same bellhousing pattern and mounting bolt hole locations. The question is, which engines will work? And really, because of all the electronics in your car I wouldn't guarantee anything but another 1.8 Turbo would work.
I found this site, http://installdr.com/InstallDocs/Acura/Integra.html, hope it helps.
there is no difference unless you are referring to the Northrop Grumman F-18L and the McDonnell Douglas F/A-18
The best solution is to purchase and install a clamp on block heater which is available through a Suzuki dealer. To my knowledge, you can't install a normal type of block heater (installs in frost plug). Dave Saskatchewan Canada 96 Suzuki Sidekick Sport
Three minutes from the time the first aircraft takes off.
The width of the room is equal to twice the Length. Suppose Length = L, width = W, and A = areaW = 2L from the information in the questionNow we know area, A is equal to length times widthW*L=A, plug in 2L for W and we get 2L*L=A or 2L^2=ANext, we see that when 6 is subtracted from both length and width A becomes 108 less.So (2L-6)*(L-6)=A-108Multiply (2L-6)*(L-6) out and the result is (2L^2-18L+36) Set that equal to A-108(2L^2-18L+36)=A-108. We found out that A=2L^2 earlier so we can substitute the terms.(2L^2-18L+36)=2L^2-108. Now solve for LSubtract 2L^2 from both sides(-18L+36)=(-108)Subtract 36 from both sides(-18L)=(-144)Divide by (-18)L=8We know W=2L so W=16Now lets test our answer.16*8=128(16-6)*(8-6)=10*2=20128-20=108So the answer of L=8 and W=16 is correct.
It is the degree measure of the runway. If the runway is going due south, then it is 180 degrees on the compass. Remove the 0 to get runway 18. Then if there are other 18s, then they are labeled Left, Center, Right. 18L, 18C, 18R.
The F-18 was based on the YF-17 (the aircraft that "lost" the USAF LWF [Lightweight Fighter Program] ). The YF-17 was a development of the P-530 Cobra (which, in turn, was a roundabout development of the F-5 Freedom Fighter). All of these aircraft were a product of Northrop, with McDonnell-Douglas providing much input at the stage between YF-17 and F-18 as completed. The agreement between the two firms was that MDD would produce the naval variants (F-18, which became the F/A-18) and Northrop would produce the land-based versions (F-18L). Unfortunately for Northrop there were no orders for the F-18L.
The bypass hose is a pain in the butt to replace. requires access from top and bottom, about an hour and the patience of a saint. I cut the old clamps off with cutters to speed removal, installation is still a pain...
if u havn't changed the fuel filter that might be a place to start Have you tried checking the lambada probe?
As long as you don't add a lot of basil and garlic or pour off a lot of liquid, the puree operation doesn't change the weight of the raw materials. So 181 pounds of tomatos makes 181 pounds of puree. That's 2,896 ounces.