Asked in Cars & Vehicles
Cars & Vehicles
Why does your handbrake indicator light come on when you accelerate in first and second gear?
Asked in Citroen Saxo
How do you tighten a handbrake on saxo?
Asked in Toyota Corolla
What does it mean when the brake ligh comes on in a Toyota carolla?
Asked in Vauxhall Vectra
Are there any recall notices for 2005 vauxhall vectras?
Asked in Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Titrations
Why is a small amount of indicator added during titration?
An indicator shows when we have added just enough of the second reagent to react with the first. If you mean why do we add only a small amount of indicator, it is to keep the answer accurate. Some of the reagent is used changing the indicator so the answer is always slightly bigger than perfection, and the more indicator you add, the larger the error.
Asked in Physics, Isaac Newton, Newtons Laws of Motion
Can you explain what happens when you accelerate in car in terms of newton's first law?
Asked in Toyota, Toyota 4Runner
How do you adjust your Toyota Tazz handbrake tension?
First make sure the the rear brakes are correctly adjusted. Next thing is to make sure the front wheels are choked so that the car does not roll during adjustment. Now release the handbrake. Next to the handbrake you will see two nuts on a threaded shaft. The bottom one is used for adjusting the handbrake whilst the top one is just a lock nut to stop the bottom nut from working loose. You will need to loosen the top nut and then turn the bottom nut to adjust the handbrake. The handbrake should be adjusted so that it holds the car when clicked 4-7 times.
Asked in Science
What are some results about big and small objects and which reaches the ground first?
Asked in Cars & Vehicles, Car Sounds
Your car makes a grinding noise between 1st and 2nd gear?
Asked in Isaac Newton
What first law of motion tells us that if an object is sitting at rest?
Asked in Physics
Explain what has to happen for an object to accelerate?
Acceleration is a rate of change of motion. It's usually measured in x squared, or x per second, per second. Acceleration may be a rate of change (not a change, a rate of change) such as: Zero to 50 miles per hour may be ten miles per second, per second. The first second, he was going 10 mph...the second second he was going 20 mph... the 3rd second he's going 30 miles per hour.... So...the acceleration is 10 exponent 2 or 10 miles per second squared. For acceleration to happen, an object must continue to increase it's speed. It has to go 10 then 20 then 30 then 40 then 50 miles per hour to accelerate. A RATE of change of speed.
Asked in Cars & Vehicles
Would shifting from first second to third on an automatic damage the car while accelerating?
Asked in HIV and AIDS, Autoimmune Diseases
When can you tell if you have aids?
There are two conditions you must meet. First is being positive for HIV infection, and you determine that through a blood test. The second is having an "indicator disease" like Kaposi's sarcoma or pulmonary tuberculosis. If you are HIV positive without an indicator disease, you're just HIV positive. For instance, Magic Johnson is HIV positive, but he never developed an indicator disease so he doesn't have AIDS.
Asked in Boats and Watercraft
Which is a common first indicator of an approaching thunderstorm?
Asked in Thunderstorms and Lightning
Which is a common first indicator of a approaching thunderstorm?
Asked in Astronomy, Physics
The rate for which all objects accelerate towards earth?
The acceleration of gravity is 32 feet per second per second, or 9.8 meters per second per second. So, an item dropped from a tall building will fall 16 feet in the first second (accelerating from zero to 32 feet per second), and 48 feet in the next second, reaching 64 feet per second. (This, as usual, ignores air resistance; if it is a dandelion seed, it might have dropped a foot or two in that time. )
Asked in Physics
Why doesnt a heavy object accelerate faster than a light object?
You must be talking about the effect of gravity on the two objects. It takes more force to accelerate a more massive object, and less force to accelerate a less massive one. You know that if you've ever tried to push a bicycle first and a battleship second. Gravity attracts a more massive object with greater force, and a less massive object with less force, so the result is that they both fall with the same acceleration.
Asked in Math and Arithmetic
What is 1 7583837563728283727847372784829390493848728378183783748375564752748829?
Which is a common first indicator of an approaching thunderstorm on a boat?
Asked in Anime
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