The crank position sensor on a 1993-1997 intrepid with the 3.5 liter is located on the passenger side of the transmission bell housing ( top ) breeze to change and usally fixes the cold starting issue with these automobiles ( usally ) for $40 or less it is worth a try!!!!!
5 liters is 169.07 fluid ounces.
5LT isn't guys?
That is approximately 44, 4ounce glasses of wine
5lt. Both for 1.8, and 1.9D.
NO the 5LT has 500HP and the 4.6 300HP =========================================================== It would depend on WHAT MODEL YEAR of Ford Mustang My 1991 5.0 liter H.O. LX was rated at 225 horsepower from the factory
depending on the size of engine 5.7 lt (350) is duels into the muffler of 3in pipe and single 3in out to the rear of truck 5lt (305) 2in y pipe to cat and duel 2 inch tail pipes (454) 3in same as 5.7lt
www . motorcraft . com ( no spaces ) lists: 1968 Ford Mustang - 289 cubic inch V8 engine Ignition timing is ( 6 degrees BTDC ) Point gap is ( .021 ) Point dwell is ( 24 - 29 ) unless the engine compartment decal shows different
well, I'm a beginner. I have had a male betta in a 5lt jar for 2 months and added an opaline/blue gourami to it, of almost the same size. The same day, the gourami suddenly was super swift, swam around like a maniac, spurted out immense bubbles, dug into the betta's well-established nest. While doing this, it would fall towards the bottom upside down and then get back to life with a repeat action (of the above). We loved these stunts. All this while, the betta would stay to a corner on the surface. And then the gourami lay between the pebbles. After say about 5 minutes, I tried moving (I could only think that it was asleep) but it had passed out. And my betta was relatively more active after the other was removed.
Answer noisy tappets VLdepends on the model some can be done at home with a torqe rench but others can be a bigger pain. Try doing a oil change i recomend the CASTROL GTX3 15w/40 engine oil 5lt under $30 along with the ryco oil filter (for a 1986 VL part number z145a $5) and a bottle of oil flush under $20 as the noise can also be from lack of service or the oil being to thick. drain the oilFollow oil flush directionschange filterPUT SUMP PLUG INfill with oildo this after 5,000ks do it again then after another 5,000 do it again then your tappets should be clean and lubricated enough to adjust them self.for more friendly advice go to your local Holden dealership with a workshop they will give you all the info to do it yourself.
This answer applies to a 2005 Vectra with 3.2Lt V6 engine. The oil filter is on the front of the engine near the exhaust manifold and close to the radiator. It is a fixed canister type with a removeable lid which has a hex shaped head in the middle of it. Use a 15/16" socket to unscrew the lid. It unscrews anti clockwise (ie, it has a normal thread). Use a large flat container or plenty of paper on the ground under the car to catch the oil which will spill out of the oil filter. Once it is unscrewed, withdraw the filter lid complete with attached filter cartridge. Replace the filter cartridge making sure it snaps into place on the lid. Replace the rubber O-ring making sure it goes back onto the correct ring on the lid. Carefully position the lid and attached filter cartridge back into the cannister body - its more easily done by entering from under the car. Screw the lid back onto the cannister and tighten. Change the engine oil at the same time. To do this you'll need 5Lt of good quality 10W-50 engine oil and a torx-tip socket to open the sump plug. Safety notes: - Never work under a car which is on a car jack or on unstable ground. - Make sure the handbrake is on and at least one wheel is chocked. - Beware of touching the exhaust pipe when it is hot - it can cause a nasty burn. - Beware of hot oil which can also cause a nasty burn. - If your skin is sensitive to engine oil, wear rubber gloves.
From my experience with ford and holden to say a faulty map would only mean that after power is remove from system (battery) for more than 10 seconds this allows the ecu to dump its memory (map) and on first start up a procedure can be used like holden first start take revs to somewhere around 2500 and with attention to keeping the accelerator pedal position still at all times as once the revs level at 2400 2700 and keeping accelerator still you will notice the revs and even the timing alter a number of times the will sound tighter or loser as the ecu reads sensors and maps (tunes) the engine this is normally 60 sec in the manual i allways let 1min30sec go by OR the car will remap itself over the next 100klm or as written in manual THIS should be done after any parts replaced or repairs have been done as the ecu will not igknowlege this untill after this procedure or driving 100klm at wich point a lot of people wonder why its not much different and tinker again only to give change for the ecu to detect I recommend to know the first start procedure as you know the car has new parts from performance and smooth idle MAKE sure to have your coded radio code first you will need to enter this I recommend anyone doing their own work buy a workshop manual like Ellery,s or such you need it even to set idle my 5lt ford you unplug one loom of intake certain size feeler gauge behind adjuster screw set 750rpm when hot then turn off replace plug and done idle set for the ecu to manage and how to check sensors and sender units I hope this helps some one even after a dead/ flat battery this will make idle smooth again Darren
The 343 by NameAJoseph Agnello, Lad.118Lt. Brian Ahearn, Bat.13Eric Allen, Sqd.18 (D)Richard Allen, Lad.15Capt. James Amato, Sqd.1Calixto Anaya Jr., Eng.4Joseph Angelini, Res.1 (D)Joseph Angelini Jr., Lad.4Faustino Apostol Jr., Bat.2David Arce, Eng.33Louis Arena, Lad.5 (D)Carl Asaro, Bat.9 Lt.Gregg Atlas, Eng.10Gerald Atwood, Lad.21BGerald Baptiste, Lad.9A.C. Gerard Barbara, Cmd. Ctr.Matthew Barnes, Lad.25Arthur Barry, Lad.15Lt. Steven Bates, Eng.235Carl Bedigian, Eng.214Stephen Belson, Bat.7John Bergin, Res.5Paul Beyer, Eng.6Peter Bielfeld, Lad.42Brian Bilcher, Sqd.1Carl Bini, Res.5Christopher Blackwell, Res.3Michael Bocchino, Bat.48Frank Bonomo, Eng.230Gary Box, Sqd.1Michael Boyle, Eng.33Kevin Bracken, Eng.40Michael Brennan, Lad.4Peter Brennan, Res.4Capt. Daniel Brethel, Lad.24 (D)Capt. Patrick Brown, Lad.3Andrew Brunn, Lad.5 (D)Capt. Vincent Brunton, Lad.105F.M. Ronald BuccaGreg Buck, Eng.201Capt. William Burke Jr., Eng.21A.C. Donald Burns, Cmd. Ctr.John Burnside, Lad.20Thomas Butler, Sqd.1Patrick Byrne, Lad.101CGeorge Cain, Lad.7Salvatore Calabro, Lad.101Capt. Frank Callahan, Lad.35Michael Cammarata, Lad.11Brian Cannizzaro, Lad.101Dennis Carey, Hmc.1Michael Carlo, Eng.230Michael Carroll, Lad.3Peter Carroll, Sqd.1 (D)Thomas Casoria, Eng.22Michael Cawley, Lad.136Vernon Cherry, Lad.118Nicholas Chiofalo, Eng.235John Chipura, Eng.219Michael Clarke, Lad.2Steven Coakley, Eng.217Tarel Coleman, Sqd.252John Collins, Lad.25Robert Cordice, Sqd.1Ruben Correa, Eng.74James Coyle, Lad.3Robert Crawford, SafetyLt. John Crisci, H.M.B.C. Dennis Cross, Bat.57 (D)Thomas Cullen III, Sqd. 41Robert Curatolo, Lad.16 (D)DLt. Edward D'Atri, Sqd.1Michael D'Auria, Eng.40Scott Davidson, Lad.118Edward Day, Lad.11B.C. Thomas DeAngelis, Bat. 8Manuel Delvalle, Eng.5Martin DeMeo, H.M. 1David DeRubbio, Eng.226Lt. Andrew Desperito, Eng.1 (D)B.C. Dennis Devlin, Bat.9Gerard Dewan, Lad.3George DiPasquale, Lad.2Lt. Kevin Donnelly, Lad.3Lt. Kevin Dowdell, Res.4B.C. Raymond Downey, Soc.Gerard Duffy, Lad.21ECapt. Martin Egan, Jr., Div.15 (D)Michael Elferis, Eng.22Francis Esposito, Eng.235Lt. Michael Esposito, Sqd.1Robert Evans, Eng.33FB.C. John Fanning, H.O.Capt. Thomas Farino, Eng.26Terrence Farrell, Res.4Capt. Joseph Farrelly, Div.1 Dep. Comm.William Feehan, (D)Lee Fehling, Eng.235Alan Feinberg, Bat.9Michael Fiore, Res.5Lt. John Fischer, Lad.20Andre Fletcher, Res.5John Florio, Eng.214Lt. Michael Fodor, Lad.21Thomas Foley, Res.3David Fontana, Sqd.1Robert Foti, Lad.7Andrew Fredericks, Sqd.18Lt. Peter Freund, Eng.55GThomas Gambino Jr., Res.3Chief of Dept. Peter Ganci, Jr. (D)Lt. Charles Garbarini, Bat.9Thomas Gardner, Hmc.1Matthew Garvey, Sqd.1Bruce Gary, Eng.40Gary Geidel, Res.1 B.C.Edward Geraghty, Bat.9Dennis Germain, Lad.2Lt. Vincent Giammona, Lad.5James Giberson, Lad.35Ronnie Gies, Sqd.288Paul Gill, Eng.54Lt. John Ginley, Eng.40Jeffrey Giordano, Lad.3John Giordano, Hmc.1Keith Glascoe, Lad.21James Gray, Lad.20 B.C.Joseph Grzelak, Bat.48Jose Guadalupe, Eng.54Lt. Geoffrey Guja, Bat.43Lt. Joseph Gullickson, Lad.101HDavid Halderman, Sqd.18Lt. Vincent Halloran, Lad.8Robert Hamilton, Sqd.41Sean Hanley, Lad.20 (D)Thomas Hannafin, Lad.5Dana Hannon, Eng.26Daniel Harlin, Lad.2Lt. Harvey Harrell, Res.5Lt. Stephen Harrell, Bat.7Capt. Thomas Haskell, Jr., Div.15Timothy Haskell, Sqd.18 (D)Capt. Terence Hatton, Res.1Michael Haub, Lad.4Lt. Michael Healey, Sqd.41John Hefferman, Lad.11Ronnie Henderson, Eng.279Joseph Henry, Lad.21William Henry, Res.1 (D)Thomas Hetzel, Lad.13Capt. Brian Hickey, Res.4 Lt.Timothy Higgins, S.O.C.Jonathan Hohmann, Hmc.1Thomas Holohan, Eng.6Joseph Hunter, Sqd.288Capt. Walter Hynes, Lad.13 (D)IJonathan Ielpi, Sqd.288Capt. Frederick Ill Jr., Lad.2JWilliam Johnston, Eng.6Andrew Jordan, Lad.132Karl Joseph, Eng.207Lt. Anthony Jovic, Bat.47Angel Juarbe Jr., Lad.12Mychal Judge, Chaplain (D)KVincent Kane, Eng.22 B.C.Charles Kasper, S.O.C.Paul Keating, Lad.5Richard Kelly Jr., Lad.11Thomas R. Kelly, Lad.15Thomas W. Kelly, Lad.105Thomas Kennedy, Lad.101Lt. Ronald Kerwin, Sqd.288Michael Kiefer, Lad.132Robert King Jr., Eng.33Scott Kopytko, Lad.15William Krukowski, Lad.21Kenneth Kumpel, Lad.25Thomas Kuveikis, Sqd.252LDavid LaForge, Lad.20William Lake, Res.2Robert Lane, Eng.55Peter Langone, Sqd.252Scott Larsen, Lad.15 Lt.Joseph Leavey, Lad.15Neil Leavy, Eng.217Daniel Libretti, Res.2Carlos Lillo, ParamedicRobert Linnane, Lad.20Michael Lynch, Eng.40Michael Lynch, Lad.4Michael Lyons, Sqd.41Patrick Lyons, Sqd.252MJoseph Maffeo, Lad.101William Mahoney, Res 4Joseph Maloney, Lad.3 (D)B.C. Joseph Marchbanks Jr, Bat.12Lt. Charles Margiotta, Bat.22Kenneth Marino, Res.1John Marshall, Eng.23 Lt.Peter Martin, Res.2Lt. Paul Martini, Eng.23Joseph Mascali, T.S.U. 2Keithroy Maynard, Eng.33Brian McAleese, Eng.226John McAvoy, Lad.3 Thomas McCann, Bat.8Lt. William McGinn, Sqd.18B.C. William McGovern, Bat.2 (D)Dennis McHugh, Lad.13Robert McMahon, Lad.20Robert McPadden, Eng.23Terence McShane, Lad.101Timothy McSweeney, Lad.3Martin McWilliams, Eng.22 (D)Raymond Meisenheimer, Res.3Charles Mendez, Lad.7Steve Mercado, Eng.40Douglas Miller, Res.5Henry Miller Jr, Lad.105Robert Minara, Lad.25Thomas Mingione, Lad.132Lt. Paul Mitchell, Bat.1Capt. Louis Modafferi, Res.5Lt. Dennis Mojica, Res.1 (D)Manuel Mojica, Sqd.18 (D)Carl Molinaro, Lad.2Michael Montesi, Res.1Capt. Thomas Moody, Div.1B.C. John Moran, Bat.49Vincent Morello, Lad.35Christopher Mozzillo, Eng.55Richard Muldowney Jr, Lad.07Michael Mullan, Lad.12Dennis Mulligan, Lad.2Lt. Raymond Murphy, Lad.16NLt. Robert Nagel, Eng.58John Napolitano, Res.2Peter Nelson, Res.4Gerard Nevins, Res.1ODennis O'Berg, Lad.105Lt. Daniel O'Callaghan, Lad.4Douglas Oelschlager, Lad.15Joseph Ogren, Lad.3Lt. Thomas O'Hagan, Bat.4Samuel Oitice, Lad.4Patrick O'Keefe, Res.1Capt. William O'Keefe, Div.15 (D)Eric Olsen, Lad.15Jeffery Olsen, Eng.10Steven Olson, Lad.3Kevin O'Rourke, Res.2Michael Otten, Lad.35PJeffery Palazzo, Res.5B.C. Orio Palmer, Bat.7Frank Palombo, Lad.105Paul Pansini, Eng.10B.C. John Paolillo, Bat.11James Pappageorge, Eng.23Robert Parro, Eng.8Durrell Pearsall, Res.4Lt. Glenn Perry, Bat.12Lt. Philip Petti, Bat.7Lt. Kevin Pfeifer, Eng. 33Lt. Kenneth Phelan, Bat.32Christopher Pickford, Eng.201Shawn Powell, Eng.207Vincent Princiotta, Lad.7Kevin Prior, Sqd.252B.C. Richard Prunty, Bat.2 (D)QLincoln Quappe, Res.2Lt. Michael Quilty, Lad.11Ricardo Quinn, ParamedicRLeonard Ragaglia, Eng.54Michael Ragusa, Eng.279Edward Rall, Res.2Adam Rand, Sqd.288Donald Regan, Res.3Lt. Robert Regan, Lad.118Christian Regenhard, Lad.131Kevin Reilly, Eng.207Lt. Vernon Richard, Lad.7James Riches, Eng.4Joseph Rivelli, Lad.25Michael Roberts, Eng.214Michael E. Roberts, Lad.35Anthony Rodriguez, Eng.279Matthew Rogan, Lad.11Nicholas Rossomando, Res.5Paul Ruback, Lad.25Stephen Russell, Eng.55Lt. Michael Russo, S.O.C.B.C. Matthew Ryan, Bat.1SThomas Sabella, Lad.13Christopher Santora, Eng.54John Santore, Lad.5 (D)Gregory Saucedo, Lad.5Dennis Scauso, H.M. 1John Schardt, Eng.201B.C. Fred Scheffold, Bat.12Thomas Schoales, Eng.4Gerard Schrang, Res.3 (D)Gregory Sikorsky, Sqd.41Stephen Siller, Sqd.1Stanley Smagala Jr, Eng.226Kevin Smith, H.M. 1Leon Smith Jr, Lad 118Robert Spear Jr, Eng.26oseph Spor, Res.3B.C. Lawrence Stack, Bat.50Capt. Timothy Stackpole, Div.11 (D)Gregory Stajk, Lad.13Jeffery Stark, Eng.230Benjamin Suarez, Lad.21Daniel Suhr, Eng.216 (D)Lt. Christopher Sullivan, Lad.111Brian Sweeney, Res.1TSean Tallon, Lad.10Allan Tarasiewicz, Res.5Paul Tegtmeier, Eng.4John Tierney, Lad.9John Tipping II, Lad.4Hector Tirado Jr, Eng.23VRichard Vanhine, Sqd.41Peter Vega, Lad.118Lawrence Veling, Eng.235John Vigiano II, Lad.132Sergio Villanueva, Lad.132Lawrence Virgilio, Sqd.18 (D)WLt. Robert Wallace, Eng.205Jeffery Walz, Lad. 9Lt. Michael Warchola, Lad.5 (D)Capt. Patrick Waters, S.O.C.Kenneth Watson, Eng.214Michael Weinberg, Eng.1 (D)David Weiss, Res.1Timothy Welty, Sqd.288Eugene Whelan, Eng.230Edward White, Eng.230Mark Whitford, Eng.23Lt. Glenn Wilkinson, Eng.238 (D)B.C. John Williamson, Bat.6 (D)Capt. David Wooley, Lad.4YRaymond York, Eng.285 (D)