Yes I purchased a 1991 Ford exploder and it did the same heated up rapidly but did'nt chatter. I replaced the thermostat, nope did'nt fix it so I went futher no flow? It was the water pump the propeler came off the shaft, It didnt leak just over heated because no flow. Hope that helps you.. I have known Fords to get a loose distributor shaft causing the engine go out of time. This will cause it to run hot and rough.
if it is losing it thru the overflow pipe you need a new radiator cap
the ice caps r melting due to global warming
Polar bears are losing their habitat because global warming is sea ice melt and polar bears live on ice like it is land.
Since most penguins live in the poles, and global warming is warming the planet, the snow and ice in the poles are slowly melting because of the harmful rays of the sun. Penguins are losing their lives, because of this.
Cons: Eventually run out, global warming, hurting earth, losing our resources. Pros: cheap
No, the sun is actually slowly losing heat. Solar flares on the surface of the sun are caused by explosions of hydrogen which can't go on for ever. It is still expected to last for billions of years. Global warming is being caused by the increase of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. More gases retain more of the sun's heat and this is causing global warming.
it is chemical change because it loses liquid and gas while heating
Magnesium has two valence electrons and becomes stable by losing both of them.
They are being hunted. Invasive species have also harmed them. People say global warming kills them, but that isn't true. They also are losing there habitats.
Yes, it can. NASA's Grace satellite shows that Antarctica has been losing more than a hundred cubic kilometers (24 cubic miles) of ice each year since 2002. The latest data also shows that the rate that Antarctica is losing ice is accelerating, too.
No. I think you may be confusing the change in the state of H2O (solid,liquid, vapor) with the actual concept of losing mass.
two common examples of losing magnetism in a magnet are :- 1) by heating a magnet to red heat. 2) hammering it repeatedly.