It directs the enegry of a crash around the passenger compartment to reduce injuries the the passenger and it is made to hold it shape and prevent the part of the frame that is absorbing the impact from coming into the passenger compartment.
Filter installed in some vehicle to filter the air coming into the passenger compartment.
Water on the floor that is not coming from the heater core is coming either from rain water leaking around a windshield seal or one of the firewall seals where hoses, wires or other components enter from the engine compartment.
yes In the case of a weak tornado a closed window can prevent damaging winds form entering the house. Though if a tornado is coming do not waste time with the windows. Take cover immediately.
The engine control computer is on the passenger side of the engine compartment. Its got a black cover covering the wires that are coming out of it
Windows are best left closed in a tornado. If you are not hit hard, the windows can prevent interior damage. If you are hit hard by a strong enough tornado some windows will break anyway. But if a tornado is coming it is best not to waste time opening or closing windows. Take cover immediately.
Yes, it could come out of the ac drain on the passenger side.Yes, it could come out of the ac drain on the passenger side.
looking from front bumper into engine compartment it is passenger side of engine,kinda below fuse/battery compartment next to oil filter.Black looking cylinder with 2 hoses coming out.
If you have water entering the passenger compartment, especially on the passenger side front floorboard, the A/C condensation drip tube is possibly plugged with road tar. Running the A/C produces moisture that has to go somewhere, and when it cannot, it backs up into the passenger compartment. One symptom is foggy windows and a swampy damp smell inside the car. Next time you get an oil change, walk out to the guy doing the work and ask if he'll check the condensation tube. If he says yes, make sure you slip the guy a few bucks.Good Luck : )
Your heater core is leaking. This is the part of your car that creates heat for the passenger compartment of your car. There is no fix for a leaking heater core except to replace it.
My question, I didn't finish. Water intrusion into battery storage compartment in rear seat, which spreads to passenger side floor mats. Where's it coming from?
If the exhaust leak is allowing the fumes to come into the passenger compartment of the vehicle then you could very well get carbon monoxide poisoning. Very bad headaches, dizzyness, nausea, apathy, loss of consiousness which will cause an accident, and from prolonged exposure without relief; death. Fix the leak. If it is not coming into the passenger compartment then it will cause excessive noise and probably get you a ticket. Fix the leak.
After Windows Seven, The newest one coming out is Windows Seerophine and then Seerophine Pro X.
On passenger side of the engine compartment, you'll see a see thru container with 3 small hoses coming out of it and a black cap. This is the coolant recovery tank and this is where you put antifreeze/coolant in.
No. If a tornado is coming you will not have time to board up your windows.
DO NOT GET MACINTOSH! windows XP IS VERY GOOD. DO NOT GET WINDOWS VISTA. ALSO DO NOT GET WINDOWS 7. OH AND FINALLY WINDOWS IS COMING UP WITH WINDOWS 8. ALSO DO NOT GET THAT.
The green house affect can be compared to one of the following: A car with its windows closed parked in the sun. A person lying on a sunny beach. Steam coming off a pot of boiling water. Heat coming off a fire. You choose.
Bad heater core >>> Check for coolant on the passenger side front, just under the glove compartment floor. Bad head gasket >>> Check for coolant mix with the motor oil.
if you have cruise try the gray/black wire coming from the cruise control module, in the engine compartment... it should be on the passenger side fire wall, it will also have a black cable going to the engine throttle body.
Windows 8 was released world wide 26/10/2012
on the passenger side of the engine compartment at the back of the firewall there will be a dipstick tube coming up beside the exhaust manifold the dip stick will have a loop on top to pull it by this is the setup on Chrysler v-8
common fault on corsa combo, it the passenger door seal fella.
Yes Its Coming out in 2010!
26. oktober 2012
Because Windows 8 is the latest version of Windows, not Windows 7.