You have a leak in the radiator, and you are overheating your engine- could blow a gasket so follow this advice NOW. First, get two 1-gallon jugs and fill them with water. Add about 2 cups of water to the radiator. Then, turn the car on. Fill with another two cups of water. This should give you enough protection to get to a nearby gas station. Go to a gas station where they sell radiator fluid. Purchase. At your car, raise the hood and take off the radiator cap again. Turn the car on. Then, pour about half the fluid into the radiator. Then fill the rest with 1/2 gallon water. If overfills, let it go down and pour some more until it stops. Replace cap. This should keep you for at least 50 miles. Now, go to Autozone or a similar store and get "Stop Leak." Pour in and it fixes the leak temporarily. You will need a repair soon to permanently fix the leak. Let that thing cool down totaly before you touch that rad cap or you will BURN your hands and face very bad with steam! You may have a leak in the Radiator or somewhere else in the cooling system. You could also have a stuck thermostat. Do not follow the advice of the person that posted first. It may work but then you spend a lot of time that you may not need to. He/She was correct by saying to not drive the car in this condition. After the car has cooled down, take the radiator cap off and see if the radiator is full. If it is then you most likey have a seized thermostat. If it is empty then you have a leak somewhere. Fill the radiator up with water. Don't worry about antifreeze as it costs more than you need to spend and it will get on the ground everywhere. Put the cap back on and start the car up. You should be able to see where the leak is. It could be as simple as a split radiator hose.
Around 4 minutes depending on the tempo.
It is tempo.
It is possible that the temperature gauge has stopped working in a 1992 Tempo due to a blown fuse. It is also possible that the temperature gauge stopped working do to the temperature sensor in the engine having a short.
the average tempo is 15.6C
A good tempo would be moderato, around crotchet=80
Tempo. A songs tempo is measured in beats per minute - bpm
a tempo 38 minutes or so. I have a somnolent rendition at 42 minutes not for the impatient.
Depending on tempo and interpretation of the performer, possibly five minutes on the average.
In the Bob Stevens /Jim Cox 4 Mile Run the quickest time was a 37 year old male in 22.58 minutes.I ran a 4 mile tempo in 22.15 minutes. The world record is more around 17 minutes.
The tempo is around 60 on the quarter note. It can be slightly varied according to the performers.
Dancing for 20 minutes at a moderate pace burns about 100 calories.
Presto is faster with a tempo usually starting at 220 bpm
To pace yourself for a tempo run, you need to gradually increase your speed and distance. You should start running 1/2 a mile within 12 minutes. From there, run 3/4 of a mile in 11 minutes, and so on.
The root word is actually tem- or tempo-. Some other words with this root word are temperature, tempo, extemporarily, contemporary, etc.
somewhere around 105
somewhere around 92 bpm
Tempo and key are completely different components of a piece of music. Tempo is how quickly or slowly the piece is being played, whereas the key is which scale the piece is centered around. No matter which notes you play, they can be played at any tempo you wish!No, key refers to the music scale or chords that are dominant in the music. Tempo refers to how fast (or slow) the music 'moves'.Tempo and key are completely different components of a piece of music. Tempo is how quickly or slowly the piece is being played, whereas the key is which scale the piece is centered around. No matter which notes you play, they can be played at any tempo you wish!
tempo was sentenced in 2002 for 24 years.he was a "drug dealer"bad boy!!!
I believe it is around 120 to 121..
Tempo is the speed at which a piece of music is played. A moderate tempo would mean not too fast but not too slow, either. This would be considered Andante, or around 120 beats per minute.
Tempo primo: first tempo. You changed tempo earlier, now go back to the original tempo
It's around 59-60 BPM