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Q: What is the spark plug gap for a 94 2L sunbird?

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It is important to remember the gap when changing the spark plugs of a car. For the 1987 2L Mitsubishi L200 Pick up, the gap size is .045.

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Hi I had the same fault on my golf 2l apk and after spark plags replacement it solve the problem. as i been told the cause is one spark plug has a leak . Moshe Keren

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Bottom of the oil pan.

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2L = 200cL

2L

2l add 1200ml = 1202

2L is Bigger.

your spark plugs are in the middle of motor, you pull off the heat shield and then the intake air pipe and in the middle of the valve cover you have a second removable cover under which lay the plug wires, two bolt in and two push on.. order is important , number them and remove. spark plugs are in the head at the end of these wires, hope this helps

There are 2000 ml in 2L. And eat a pb and jelly sandwich

About 212 grams per 2L

2l + 2w = P Subtract 2l from both sides: 2w = P - 2l Divide both sides by 2: w = P/2 - l

2L is bigger.

2L is the literal constant for a long (int) type with the value 2.

this is a particularly easy question, you woul find this by doing, 2l+2(18)=42 then 2l+36=42 and then 2l=42-36 making 2l=6 after that l=6/2 which is 3 meaning the length is 3

2,000 mL are in 2 Liters 1L= 1,000mL 2L= 2,000 mL

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20ml

=Use a balloon and a 2L bottle :]==Use a balloon and a 2L bottle :]=

2 L is 2,000 ml.

No the 2l bellhousing wont bolt up to the 1kz if you are using the 2l box you will need clutch, clutch fork, flywheel, bellshousing all off the 1kz, you may also need to move your engine mounts back, assuming you are doing a engine conversion from your 2l motor

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.

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