It's below the rear seat on the right side, were the all of the accesories for changing tires are.
Locate the switch and turn it on.
Use a compass to identify its poles. The compass needle always points to the south pole of a magnet because unlike poles attract.
A magnet can be demagnetized in several ways, such as heating the magnet, hammering the magnet, dropping the magnet, etc.
No - you can retrain them if you have lost the postitions. GM specifies a TPS training tool, that is simply a strong magnet. Buy a strong magnet from radio shack or harbor frieght etc. Get the tire-training up on the DIC (RTM) Hold the magnet next to one of the sensors and proceed with the instructions on the DIC - using the magent when instructed to train LF etc.
To get a magnet.Magnets are available in nature.You can make a magnet by tying a piece of iron to a strong magnet for some time.You can also get a magnet by making an Electo-magnet or solenoid.
if you have a magnet and a magnetic matereal, rub the magnet from one end of it to the other. do this several times and it will eventualy be a magnet.
A dumbbell shaped magnet is called which type of magnet?
A magnet that isn't always a magnet.
A magnet can move a car, if the magnet is strong enough.
No, a magnet is a physical object. However, a magnet can EXERT a force.
magnet which we get naturally from earth is called natural magnet e.g: lodestone.. while magnet made from magnetic material is called artificial magnet ...
A horseshoe magnet is a magnet shaped like a horseshoe.
A compass is a magnet. It reacts like a magnet.
YES , a magnet can be broken, but it will remain a magnet forever........
A paperclip attracts a magnet ,a magnet attracts a paperclip.
PermanentThere is no source of current in a compass, therefore the magnet is a permanent magnet.
Bar magnet, ball ended magnet, cylindrical magnet,horse shoe magnet, round magnet
between a horse shoe magnet and u shaped magnet?
If it has been magnetized by another magnet, then it is just a temporary magnet, but if it uses an electric current, then it is an electro-magnet.
It depends on the strength of the magnet and the area of contact between the magnet and the object.
Put the magnet back on the fridge.Kevin liked to play with a magnet.
Does silver stick to a magnet? NO Does gold stick to a magnet? NO