The oil level will not cause the check engine light to come on.See related question below.The oil level will not cause the check engine light to come on.See related question below.
Having a leak in a radiator hose will have no effect on the engine running or not. However, in time the hose leak will cause the level of the coolant in the radiator to drop below a critical level and the engine will overheat.
Engine could overheat, can bust your radiator hoses. If ran for long while overheated you could blow the engine.
Looking over the passenger side fender the power steering pump on a 1984 to 1986 Chevy Celebrity is on the left side of the engine. On the 2.8L V6 it is below the level of the exhaust manifold near the bottom of the block. It is a bit of a pain to get to. On the 2.5L 4 cylinder engine it is on an arm off of the front of the engine below the level of the intake manifold.
The reservoir has two level lines - one for "cold engine" and the other for "hot engine". If the engine is hot, and the coolant level is low, fill the reservoir to the "hot engine" level. When the engine is cold and the level is low, I usually" top off" the radiator and fill the reservoir to the "cold engine" level.
40 feet below sea level is the answer
Much of the city is below sea level.
if the land surrounding the sea is below sea level
Yes It is 4 meters below sea level
If Belgium was below sea level, it would be underwater.
Code 7 2 is catalytic converter efficiency below required level
Well, that's a tough one,but I'll answer best i can. If there is one level missing then humans and animals we could ALL DIE.
422 meters below sea level
About nine feet below sea level.
No. If it was below sea level, the Mediterranean would flow into it.
I know that the dead sea is below sea level
Death Valley,CA is the lowest point below sea level in North America. It is 282 ft. below sea level.
The Dead Sea is at an altitude of 423m below sea level.add The Salton Sea in US is 69m below seal level.
right above the right foot rest and brake there will be a clear glass about the size of a quarter, you should be able to see the oil level. if not, it needs sum BAD
Front of the engine, at oil pan level.Front of the engine, at oil pan level.
5 feet below sea level is higher. Because if you have 5 feet below sea level then you go from the average height if the top of the water and go 5 feet under it, and if you have 4 feet below sea level then you go from the average height if the top of the water and go 4 feet below, so 4 feet is higher.
Manhattan is below sea level not seal level, however, Manhattan is considered to be about eight to ten feet below sea level, like most of New York city.
For an accurate reading, after the car has been sitting level and cooled off, open the hood, locate and remove the engine oil dipstick (should be on the drivers side of engine). The dipstick will be marked where the full line and add line is. The engine oil level should be anywhere between the full and add mark. Add one quart of motor oil to the engine if level is at or below the add mark.
keep the engine level.
14.7 psi = sea level. 15.2 psi = 1671 ft below sea level