I would suggest you try to find the manufacturer of your tachometer on the web and check out their support site and email them if needed for your particuliar vehicle. For instance below is a link to Autometer's Tech Tip web site however unless you own an Autometer Tach this may be useless to you. There are so many different ignition systems today that it would be difficult to explain each. So its best to get the info from the pro's. , EzForJesus
As long as the Mac in question has a wireless adapter, it should connect.
it should be able to with a wireless adapter
A person should install a PCIe network adapter in the PCIe network slot on a pc. The PCIE network adapter allows the PC the ability to connect with the Internet.
The Wireless USB network adapter delivers powerful wireless AC technology to the notebook or the desktop computer. To connect a computer to a high speed internet connection the adapter should be plugged in the available USB port.
If the original 6 volt 300mA adapter is a DC output adapter, NO the new AC output adapter will damage and possibly destroy the device being powered.If the original 6 volt 300mA adapter is an AC output adapter, the new AC adapter adapter will probably work fine.Not only does the output voltage (should be same) and output current capacity (should be same or larger) of the replacement adapter matter, but the output waveform (AC or DC, should be same) and polarity if DC output (should be same) matter for proper operation of the device and to avoid damage to the device and/or adapter.
The oxygen sensors that connect to the exhaust system. There should be two, and they should screw into the side of the exhaust.
This is a universal adapter a should work.
It depends on what you are wanting to connect the iPod to. If you want to connect it to a wall outlet to charge, then you have to by an iPod wall adapter (includes adapter and iPod to USB connection wire). If you want to connect it to a computer to download music, photos, videos, etc., then you just use the iPod to USB connection wire that should already be provided when you buy your iPod, and connect it to any USB 2.0 port on your computer.
You should be able to connect your components with no problem using the PTC Premium DisplayPort Male to HDMI Female Adapter.
Should be located on inner fender Connect + battery terminal to one of the large posts Connect cable from starter to other large post Connect smaller "trigger" wire to either of the small posts
if the tank has been converted to a quick connect tank then the adapter should simply unscrew from the female threat of the cylinder..(the threads are left hand threads.. this means that they are reverse so you will want to twist the the right to loosen it) if the tank is a factory quick connect the only way to switch it to a twist on would be to have licensed professionals switch the valve which is not worth the money
When you cant connect to live, it will mostly mean that your network isnt working correctly. What you need to do is do a network test in the network settings on the Xbox 360, this will tell you if everything is working correctly. If not, just reset your router/hub and try logging on. If you are using a wireless adapter, you can look at the light on the adapter. If red, this means the adapter isnt connected to any wireless (yet). If green, this means its fully working and you should not no problems connecting.
Yes, but you will need a Mini Display to HDMI adapter.1Connect the mini display side of your mini-display-to-HDMI adapter to the back of your iMac.2Connect the other side of the mini display cord to the corresponding port in your adapter box.3Connect your HDMI cable from your Xbox HDMI port to the HDMI port of your adapter.4Plug in the adapter box and turn on any power buttons, if applicable. Turn on the Xbox.5Press "Command-F2" to switch from the iMac display mode to the Xbox display mode. Your Xbox interface should now appear on your iMac screen.There are multiple mini-display-to-HDMI adapter boxes on the market; before you purchase one, check any available reviews to make sure it is compatible with the iMac, or use Apple's "About Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Adapters" page to find out if the adapter you want to use will work with your iMac.
Yes, but with fabrication work. They have different floor pans, and it is not a "bolt out, bolt in" operation. Actually, 1 or 2 companies make adapter brackets so that they are a bolt out, bolt in operation. Can't think of the company names, but if you research it, you should be able to find it.
I just recently bought one of these and it's really quite simple. All you do is take you the usb from the adapter and connect it to the back of the console by the ethernet port. Then you hook it onto the little slots right above the port(if you want to). Then you go to connections, Xbox Live connection, and it has a few options to find a network and you should be able to connect.
The speaker system should have an amp or control until (maybe inside one speaker or the subwoofer) that has a mini jack (like headphones). Get an RCA (red&white) to minijack adapter from RadioShack or somewhere else and connect the RCA jacks on the back of the DVD to a minijack cable using your adapter. That cable then goes into the 2.1 systems amp or control unit.
Connect the USB wireless adapter to the rear USB port.Be aware tho, it has to be one without drivers! If it needs to install drivers it won't work. Microsoft has their own version for around $100 US.It should be able to be setup via a computer then just plug and play on the X-Box. Just like a repeater or router is setup.
Well, if you have a wireless adapter, then you should just plug it into the internet cord slot with the adapter on and all, then go to network settings, and if it is plugged in and it is a wireless adapter, your xbox will reconize it as one, and you can look for networks and set up networks, etc.PS I do not use an official xbox adapter and it works fine, but the official one is very simple and works perfectly, so if it still doesnt work, then the official one is something to look into! See you on XBL!
If your laptop doesn't have Wifi included you can buy a USB Wifi adapter at any computer store. The adapter is the size of a standard USB memory stick, with the exception that it has a 802.11 chip and antenna in it. The setup is pretty simple. Simply install the driver that's included onto your laptop, plug in your adapter and your should be ready to connect! :-)
a 2005 mustang GT . You are talking about ford Shelby right?
The speaker has a microUSB port, which I assume is for charging its internal battery. If that is the case any USB AC adapter and a USB to microUSB cable (see image) to connect them should work just fine.
On American cars the positive lead from your cigarette lighter is in the center of your socket. The adapter plug has the positive lead on the tip of the adapter and the negative lead on the side of the adapter. You need to use a volt-ohm meter to find out which wire comes from each lead. (You may be able to open the adapter and follow the wires that way).On the c.b. radio the positive lead should be red. This will connect to the positive lead on the adapter. The black lead on the c.b. radio is the negative lead. This will attach to the negative lead on the adapter.P.S. Usually the adapter will have a fuse built into it to protect from incorrect wiring.
There is no router on a PS3. There should be a router connected to your computer to give you wifi. The IS a network adapter built inside the PS3 that will connect to your router. For connecting: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NC7aPylbI3M
Yes, there is a huge difference. If you use a valve thread for an adapter instead of valve outlet, you'll be in a world of hurt. That's because the adapters have the correct threads! If you use the outlet, you might cross-thread and you don't want to do that. If you turn around twice hopping on one foot and clap your hands twice, it should be ok. But that's only if you spit on the valve outlet before you thread in the new valve adapter.The preceding is a JOKE. Please post intelligently to get intelligent replies.I don't know if you're talking about a CAR or a WASHING MACHINE or a SPACE SHUTTLE.Answer 2Actually, a valve adapter should connect directly to a valve thread, that is what the adapter is for. Usually, the valve outlet connects directly, but if you don't have a plug you need the adapter to connect two outlets together. Of course, you really should just use the assembly properly with the plug end connecting to the outlet.
To connect the lg shine to your computer, you need a bluetooth adapter on your computer (like bluetooth usb or card), and the correct software. Once you got those. Enable bluetooth on your computer and search for it on your phone, and you should get connected.