You have a bad temperature sensor probably over the thermostat. It needs to be replaced. The computer thinks your car has overheated when it has not. The temperature sensor that goes to your computer is different from the one that goes to the gage on your dashboard.
As water is cooled its density increases until it reaches about 4 C and then it decreases.
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When liquid water is cooled, it contracts like one would expect until a temperature of approximately 4 degrees Celsius is reached. After that, it expands slightly until it reaches the freezing point, and then when it freezes it expands by approximately 9%
2 1/2 quarts of 30 weight engine oil
A hot tank oil system is one, in which returning oil in not cooled when it comes back to the tank . In a cold tank it is cooled before it reaches the tank.The only difference is the location of the oil cooler whether its downstream or upstream.
No. A stick of butter is one half cup, so half a stick is equal in measurement to a quarter cup of vegetable oil. If used as a substitute for vegetable oil, the butter should be melted and cooled before added to the other ingredients.
It continues to cool until it reaches it's boilng point. At which it will condense then cool further until it reaches it's melting point. It will then continue to cool until it's entropy is minized at absolute zero.
Air cooled water cooled oil cooled Totally enclosed fan cooled Refrigerant cooled
premature recrystallization will cause the %recovery of the the said sample to be significantly low since some of its substituents has already cooled down before it reaches the filtrate that is to be analyzed
That's entirely dependent on what transmission you have and whether or not you already have fluid in it. Once it's cooled down, fill it until it reaches the crosshatching on the dipstick.
it annot be cooled because it cannot be cooled
water cooled is better
no all 77 and 78 are air cooled
Liquid cooled. The last "sport" bike to be air cooled was the WAY out of date Katana
Yes, once-molten rock that cooled on the surface had been extruded from the earth. That is why it is classified as extrusive igneous rock.
Its both air and water cooled.
Air cooled, water cooled and ground cooled
Metals contract when cooled.
What happened when paper cooled
I/We/You/They have cooledHe/She/It has cooled
when solids are cooled they stay as a solidwhen liquids are cooled they turn into a solidwhen gases are cooled they condense into liquidshope this helps ;)