This sounds like the rear differential requires an oil change. A groaning noise is generated by the limited slip discs when the oil has broken down after many miles and can no longer lubricate them properly. Honda recommends changing the diff oil every 48,000 miles or whenever you get this noise when making sharp turns. It is easy to change and took me less than 20 minutes. There are two plugs that have to be unscrewed on the diff. The bottom plug drains the oil and is then replaced. You then fill through the top plug until the oil begins to overflow. Then close this plug. the dealer will tell you how much oil is required. You MUST use the special Honda diff oil as it has a unique formulation. It's not very expensive either.
Pulling the steering wheel too hard can make a completely different "hissing" or chugging noise from under the hood. This is the Power Steering unit and is normal if you force the steering wheel.
A worn, front constant velocity (CV) joint will again make a completely different noise. It will make a clackety-clackety-clack noise.
the person pulling out
Theone pulling out from a stop sign. The parking lot ALWAYS yields to the flow of traffic on the main thoroughfare.
The car pulling from the parking space is at fault
Not required, but not a bad idea.
You should always stop when pulling out of a parking lot onto a road. There may be a car coming fast in one direction as you look in another.
You can perform angle parking by cutting the steering wheel at a sharp angle and then pulling into a space. Keep the wheel cut to achieve an angle.
The object can be stationary and have gravity pulling on it ergo no kinetic energy
Usually their is no fault associated with parking lots. I'm sure your insurance company looks at it as your fault.
The 1992 GMC parking brake release lever can be found on the bottom of the dashboard. Pulling the lever towards the passenger compartment will release the parking brake.
Answering "Pulling out of a parking lot onto a street and you have to back up to avoid on coming car and the car behind you hits you who is at fault?"
To drag something: hauling, pulling, trailing, pulling. Something is taking a long time, dragging: slow
I would have to say that technically it would be the driver pulling out of the parking space. TECHNICALLY speaking that is. The insurance companies would probably try to say it is an equal at fault accident maybe.
no matter where a vehicle is parked, the moving vehicle is at fault every time.
Ejection is the pushing out of something. Extraction is the pulling or taking out of something. Injection is the pushing in of something.
I was pulling into a parking space at Walgreen's at about 1:30pm on 3/4/09 and a white 4 door 1996 Taurus gl was pulling
When pulling out from a curb parking space, you must first check the lane where you intend to go. Put on your indicator so traffic knows what you plan to do. Check your rear and side view mirrors one last time when the coast is clear, and merge into the lane.
Well if u are pushing or pulling something heavy and you are not pulling hard its gonna be heavy for you but if you pull with your energy then its gonna be easy to push or pull that's how you know if you are pushing hard or not
Disconnect your battery and reconnect it and try pulling up on your parking brake.
A force is pushing or pulling on something.
What I know Devein to be is pulling out the vein of something, ie. devien shrimp, pulling out the vein inside it.
Watt hour is a measurement of energy use, something that's pulling one watt during one hour. Tera is a multiplier, 1x10^18, so it's either something pulling one watt for that many hours, or it's something pulling that many watts for one hour or something inbetween.
If you're just stopping, that means you're stopping for something such as a red light or stop sign. Parking is you're pulling into a parking lot, putting your car in park, turning off the motor, and entering a business or house.
backing out- you have considerably less vision
The legality of the spots geneally have nothing to do with the liabilty for the collision, and the decision would likely be made as if they were both legal parking spots.