Check your coolant level. The coolant overflow reservoir/bottle is located on the passenger side of the engine compartment and is clearly labeled and topped with a pressure cap. Do not remove the cap when the engine is hot, or even warm, and never with the engine running. The system is pressurized and can burn or otherwise injure you. If the bottle is empty, have your cooling system pressure tested, leak checked, flushed, and filled, and you should have no more lights going off for that. If the bottle is full, your water pump may be failing or you may have serious engine problems like a blown head gasket, cracked head, or cracked block. Check your oil also, if it's milky or frothy, you are looking at major engine work. If it's clean, let's hope for something simple like a small hose leak.
Pikachu doesn't learn Flash at any level but you can teach Pikachu the TM70 Flash.
At the level at which the atmospheric pressure on Saturn is the same as the pressure on earth, the temperature is around 134°K (-139°C). Earth's average temperature is 287°K (14°C). Earth is 153°C warmer. Saturn gets warmer as you move closer to the core.
The temperature at the top of Saturn's clouds averages -285° F (-175 °C). The core of Saturn is much hotter, estimated at around 11,700 °C.The planet gives off about 2 ½ times as much heat as it receives from the Sun. Many astronomers believe that much of Saturn's internal heat comes from energy generated by the slow sinking of helium through the liquid hydrogen in the planet's interior.(see related link for more information) The temperature of Saturn is -270 degrees Fahrenheit or -168 degrees Celsius-292Fº -9The temperature of Saturn is about 134 K at the 1 bar level, and about 84 K at the 0.1 bar level. The mean temperature of Saturn (from the clouds) is between -178 degrees Celsius(-228 degrees Fahrenheit) to -185 degrees Celsius (-290 degrees Fahrenheit). It is very cold on Saturn. It is -150 degrees on Saturn. The temperature on Saturn is -270 degrees Fahrenheit. Saturn is the sixth planet from the Sun. Over 150 The average temperature of Saturn is -170 c! (220 F)The temperature on Saturn is -250 degrees Fahrenheit.It's actually minus 176 degrees Celsius (C), minus 220 Fahrenheit (F)-184° Cor 363 degrees Fahrenheit
Saturn is a gas giant, so we can measure its temperature at depths and pressures. At the 1 bar (14.7 PSI or 1 Earth atmospheric pressure at sea level), the temperature is 134 K (-139 C or -218 F). So, Saturn is actually very cold. This is mainly due to its vast distance from the Sun.
When a roar apears count how many seconds,for example 40 seconds,then the storm would be 40 miles away. You see the flash. You then count the seconds in between the flash and the thunder. For every second, there is one mile. Actually, this isn't true. It's roughly for every *5* seconds between the lightening and its thunder - that's 1 mile. So for this example, if the thunder came 40 seconds after the lightening flash, the storm would be about 8 miles away. Sound travels at about 344 metres per second at sea level.
he is in gotham beach You get flash in level 14
its about -312 degrees Fahrenheit at the top of the atmosphere down a bit where the pressure is the same as at sea level on Earth it is about -200 °F
it can only learn flash by using a tm
The theoretical speed of sound in AIR is 767 mph, but air is a horrible mixture. If you want to know the distance to a lightning flash, a good rough calculation is that the thunder will be delayed by five seconds for every mile or three seconds for every kilometre. Don't expect accuracy, because you probably don't count seconds very accurately.
The highest cloud tops, right at the edge of space, are colder than -190°C But, being a gas giant , there is no real "surface" at which to measure the temperature. When the pressure is 1 bar (the pressure at sea level on Earth) the temperature is about -140°C
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It depends on temperature, humidity and pressure, but at sea level the speed of sound in air is around 340 metres per second, or approximately a Kilometre in 3 seconds or a Mile in 5 seconds.
It's probably when it gets low - to warn you of freezing conditions. Sounds like your coolant is low. check that the coolant level is right.
The temperature of boiling water at sea level is 100 The temperature of boiling water at sea level is 211.149°F.
The light you are describing indicates low coolant level in the coolant reservoir.
if you see level editor click on it.
In the expansion tank.
The fire ball reached a temperature over 10 million degrees. Within 17 meters, the explosion temperature was 300,000 degrees Celsius. Within 50 meters it was 9,000-11,000 degrees, and at ground level beneath hypocenter the temperature exceeded 6,000 degrees. After the blast, which was like a flash the temperature went back to normal.
Because sound travels through the air at approximately 1100 feet per second (340 m/sec) at sea level, five seconds is about equivalent to one mile (1.7 km) away.
It learns it at level 80
Low coolant level or faulty coolant level senser. Did a radiator flush and replaced water bottle with sensor... still nothing.
Raichu can learn Flash either by the HM in earlier games or the TM in later games. Either way it can learn Flash at anytime.
When you are on the game, click on Level Editor and there you go!!!