Here is the address to the International Full-Size Jeep Association website: http://www.ifsja.org/index.shtml Plenty of info, know how, etc.
A blood pressure cuff (sphygmomanometer) works by exerting pressure on an artery. Together with a stethoscope you will be able to hear the Korotkoff sound. The Korotkoff sound is heard if the pressure exerted by the cuff is equal to the systolic pressure and disappears if the pressure exerted drops below the diastolic pressure. So the start of the sound will signal the Systolic pressure and its disappearance the Diastolic pressure expressed in mmHg (millimeter Mercury)
Hard starting is typically a sign of a bad fuel pressure regulator. If the car starts and runs fine after a few cycles of the key, that would be a good indicator of this problem. The regulator should hold pressure in the system, when they fail, the pressure drops and the fuel pump has to cycle when the car is cranked to build pressure back up. Replacing this part is a good place to start.
Presuming this is on an early xj40, the brakes system operates at very high pressure as it also operates the self leveling suspension. Low pressure could be caused by faulty accumulator, esp if accompanied by ticking sound from start up as the pump tries to build pressure. It should clear by pressing the `clear` button on the computer, but will reappear if problem persists. Generally, not much to worry about but due to the safety critical nature i would seek a professional opinion immediately.
In the atmosphere we have air pressure. Low Pressure systems allow for cloud formation, the lower the pressure the more intense a storm can be. So you would get storms around Low Pressure systems. This does not mean that as soon as the pressure in the atmosphere drops cloud start forming immediately, that takes time.On the other hand we have High Pressure Systems, in high pressure systems do not allow for cloud formation, thus, you would have sunny weather around these systems.
no this will only make it worse, that is if you are talking about pressure. if you are talking about sound then sure go for it but you could seriusly hurt your ears. a good tip for pressure in airplanes is chewing gum. another one is holding your nose and blowing out through your nose. you will feeel wour ears start to clear up
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