Depends on what you mean by "normal". Generally lobe piercings are an 18 gauge.... so going up to a 4 will probably rip... I would suggest talking to a piercer to find out what gauge you should use
A common cause for a gas gauge to stop working in a 1994 Ford Aspire is a defective fuel gauge. Lose wiring in the dash is another cause.
I would suspect the thermostat is stuck open. Replace the thermostat.
is the coolant disapeering at all ?
Depending how high the temperature is going- maybe normal engine is working harder climbing hills Does it stay in the Normal range on gauge?
Because that's the way it is.
The normal pH range would be like 6.5 to 7.5, pretty much neutral most of the time
A potential bad gauge or sender unit in the tank would cause it to read full all the time.
its on the left side of the motor..you get to it through the wheel well..i change alot of them
A low coolant level could cause the temp gauge not to read correctly. A faulty temp gauge sending unit could also be the cause. The coolant leak, you would have to find the source of the leak to determine the cause.
It would cause a mountain range and possibly volcanoes in that mountain range.
A malfunction in the range sensor could cause the cruise to be inoperative.A malfunction in the range sensor could cause the cruise to be inoperative.
Cause it doesn't have one
you tell me then we will both know.
temperature gauge not working can be caused by a bad temp sensor in engine, a bad gauge in dash, or a bad fuse
There is not "set size" that one can say is the point of no return. Everyone has different bodies and they all heal and react differently. That being said, many people agree that a range that one could call a point of no return would be between 4 Gauge - 00 Gauge.
Several things can cause your fuel gauge not to work. The most common cause is a bad ground wire. A malfunctioning float in the fuel tank can also cause the problem.
i would say slightly low.
A faulty thermostat might cause the temp gauge on the 2000 Nissan Altima to raise to hot when the car is not overheating. A faulty thermostat can cause the gauge to move up and down and might even turn the fan on.
You need a new fuel pump
No, low coolant would cause the opposite.
If your blood pressure is 105 over 64, it would be considered normal.
There are a couple of reasons this could occur.One could be that the temperature sender is defective and needs to replaced this is what makes the gauge on the dash show a reading.Two is if the temp sender is not defective then it could be a faulty gauge meaning the gauge needs to be replaced.Also a short in the wiring or bad connection can cause this.As long as you have normal heat temps when in the vehicle I would not think it is ur thermostat being bad.The only thing that may cause the needle to not be in the normal position is extreme cold but the gauge should show a reading.If the gauge does not move at all, I say it's more than likely the temp sender is bad in most cases.I would not rule out other issues but,most typical is the sending unit,and not the gauge or short or bad connection.I could elaborate on checking lots more but,this is alot to begin with.
Normal would be in the range of 80 - 120 bpm for an infant.
Well, kinda need to know if it did anything else. If the vehicle continued operating at normal, probably a fault voltage gauge or regulator. If you actually lost all power, the whole thing would shut down. If it was a temporary loss of power, then it kicked back to normal, you're probably looking at a loose or faulty ground wire.