When should you start using 20w 50 oil in a 1997 lancer with 180000km will it do any good to the car?
It isn't a matter of doing it any good, it's more of a method to get more miles out of a worn engine. If you've been regularly changing the oil, the bearings should be good and seldom experience significant wear. Often improper maintenance or extremely high miles will result in worn bearings and a significant reduction in oil pressure. Once the oil pressure starts to signficantly drop, it's time to change to a higher viscosity engine oil.
Usually, the signs will be a very low oil pressure on the gauge or the oil pressure light starts flickering or even turns on solid when the engine is idling and the oil is warm. That is a sign that the clearances between the bearing surfaces and the crankshaft have become too great and that the oil is too thin to maintain pressure. Slightly higher viscosity oil solves that problem, at least for a while longer.
It's not a good idea to change to a higher viscosity oil before it is necessary. The thicker oil is harder to move and slightly reduces fuel economy, and can take a little longer to fill the oil journals on a tight (not worn) engine, potentially causing premature wear.
That's an excellent question, and it's good to keep an eye on the condition of your vehicle.
There is no specific age for using tampons, but they aren't recommended for pre-teens or teens. Younger women are at significantly higher risk of contracting Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS) because their vaginal tissues are more delicate so more likely to tear (allowing TSST-1 toxins responsible for TSS access to the bloodstream), and less likely to have TSST-1 antibodies than older women. Younger women also may not be mature enough to understand the risks of tampon…
open the trunk and inside you should see the rear plastic panel of your lancer's tail lights. undo the screws(should be 3 screws/PC) using Philips screw driver and gently pull the assembly off. you should see 3 light bulbs. replace whichever is busted. make sure you install the correct bulbs for each socket.:) on an 03 lancer there are 2 screws and they are on the outside of the car when you open the trunk…
There's no reason to ever use tampons if you don't want to. It's recommended that pre-teens and teens avoid tampons, at very least they should be avoided for the first few cycles until the individual knows their flow pattern well enough to know what absorbency tampon to use to reduce TSS risks. It's best to use pads at first and if you want to use internal options consider menstrual cups or softcups which are safer…
I tried to install an automatic starter kit on a 2002 Mitsubishi Lancer and it did not work so uninstalled now why will the car not start and dashboard lights not work?
Cars fail to start because of one of four major reasons - no air, no fuel, no spark, or no electricity. Since your dashboard lights aren't working, electricity would be a good place to start. Check that there is a charge in the battery and that the leads are connected. Jump start using another vehicle if needed.
Your 2002 Mitsubishi Lancer requires conventional 5W30 oil. This applies to all options, including the 2002 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution. Always check your owner's manual or the sticker on the inside of your hood to be sure of the recommended oil type for your particular engine. Using the wrong oil could cause engine damage.
Pennzoil's Lube Match says 5W30 is recommended for all 2006 Lancer trims, except for the Lancer Evolution, which is recommended at 10W30. Always check your owner's manual or the sticker on the inside of your hood to be sure of the recommended oil type for your particular engine. Using the wrong oil could cause engine damage.
Should you always start measuring the length of an object using the very botom of a meter stick or metric ruler?
That depends on the pill. If you are taking a Sunday start pill you should start taking the pills the Sunday after your period starts. There should be an information sheet with your pills that will tell you when to start. Otherwise, you might try contacting the pharmacists to make sure you're using them correctly.