About 45 minutes 36 seconds. This is the actual driving time at that speed and does not include slowing, accelerating or stopping during the trip.
Driving 66 meters in 3.7 seconds means you've averaged 64.2 kilometers per hour during that time.
Driving over the curb during your driving test is a reason for disqualification
The alternator will not draw power from the battery but the rest of the vehicle systems will. If your alternator is not functioning properly the battery takes the toll.
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Yes, you can.
Could likely be a dying battery or bad alternator. I would have your battery checked out. This just happened to me and turned out that my battery was bad.
About 21 minutes 18 seconds. This is the driving time at that speed and does not include slowing, accelerating or stopping during the trip.
About 57 minutes 36 seconds. This is the driving time at that speed and does not include slowing, accelerating or stopping during the trip.
i am guessing you meant driving at the speed of 110 km/h if you meant something else then disregard this answer: i believe you traveled 30 meters
I would assume this is a Stratus, and that the battery had been disconnected during water pump replacement. 1. Disconnect the battery again for 30 seconds. 2. Reconnect battery. 3. Turn key to "run" position, (not start), for 5 seconds. 4. Start car. 5.. Idle relearn should be complete.
Sure you can! Before and during, but during your driving test it should be 'in your heart' (silent); but do concentrate on what you are doing!
Yes, it is important to use an AC adapter than a battery during installation because you want to make sure you can complete the installation before the battery runs out.
Perform a pulse check for 10 seconds.
No, you can't wear glasses during the vision portion of a driving exam. That's the reason for the test... to see if you require corrective lenses while driving.
you just took the battery out
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Only if you could develop a battery chemistry that (similar to the Lead Acid battery) corroded one copper plate during charging and not the other, without generating lots of hydrogen gas, and was reversible during discharge. I have never read of any such battery chemistry. I'd have to say no.
Check to make sure nothing was on during the night and if not then your battery is weak (your cells in the battery) are weak...get a new battery.
No, it is not necessary.
The battery will melt over a period of a week. If you put a mold around the battery you can make a donut during this period of time. Very tasty (I tried it!) jerk
unplug the negative wire from the battery for a few minutes. if this doesnt work it has to be cleard with a scaner(shop)!