Safety hazards that may be encountered during a tornado include:Collapsing buildingsInjury from wind-driven debrisInjury from being carried away by the wind
Blizzards do not usually suddenly occur even in polar regions. These blizzards are driven by forces like the wind for example.
Security lights flashing on a car that won't start indicate that the system has partially disabled the vehicle. The security system must be reset to allow the vehicle to be driven.
classification of aircraft confined spaces where hazards are driven by atmospheric exposure risk.
You can't. The power steering is driven by the motor. If the motor stops, there is no power assist for the steering.
They say that one way to determine whether is a green light is "stale" is by the flashing pedestrian "do not walk" sign. Not all intersections even have a walk or do not walk sign. Also, I have driven through intersections with flashing do not walk signs and the light remained green. The previous answer was a poor one.
it is a warning that there is a major problem with your engine, and if you keep driving it, catasrophic engine damage can occur. it's in your owner's manual Bottom Line - FLASHING CEL, Park the car and TOW IT it the repair Place. STEADY CEL, Drive it to any place that can pull the code and then decide. not quite. we have 2 99's, and i have driven both with flashing cel. it helps to know what is going on, and not push it, but they can be driven. in one case, it was a fuel injector. easy change. another time, coils. actually, several times, coils. but you should drive it home, and then fix it.
what is an alternator driven by
It is belt driven
No it is driven by a drive shaft. The cam is driven by a chain.
There are a number of Decision Support Systems. These can be categorized into five types:Communication-driven DSSData-driven DSSDocument-driven DSSKnowledge-driven DSSModel-driven DSS