One contour can not cross another because a contour is one exact elevation; if it crossed another contour it would show that it is higher than the second contour on one side, but lower on the other side.
got the same exact problem.
Most likely, the tank has not quit working. The "brain" of the CNG system on your Contour is called a compuvalve. It is mounted under the car, below the engine. This is the likely failure of your vehicle. Fore more info, visit www.cngchat.com
there is probably a sensor on the transmission that is either gone bad or become loose.
The word contour does not exactly have an antonym, however, it you use contoured, the antonym would be flat.
Notice the pattern around that contour line. Then determine the interval that the surrounding contour lines are increasing or decreasing by. Ex. 50 100 150 200, the contour interval would then be 50
The road followed the contour line around the mountain. The contour line was smooth and created good air flow over the wing.
The wider the contour lines on a map, the gentler the slope.
Contour lines denote the boundaries between levels in whatever data they're representing. For example if a map has height contours plotted on it, then the area between any two contour lines has a height that is above the lower contour value and below the upper contour value. If contour lines crossed that would indicate that the place where they cross has two separate values for the same measurement - in this case the land where the lines crossed would have 2 different heights, which is impossible.
You would just add 10 every contour line you pass until you get to the number 80.
They are almost identical. If the style of contour is the same, i would say yes. IE - Contour GL.
you would draw contour lines, and include a legend, and some landforms such as rivers, oceans, mountains, valleys... etc
contour lines, contour intervals, slopes etc....
When contour lines are close together the land is steep
A one meter contour interval would be more likely to show a shallow1.5-meter-deep depression in the ground than a five meter contour interval, because itshows more frequent changes in elevation.
GL is base model. No such thing as a Contour LS. Contour "LX" was supposed to be more luxurious than the base GL model. Contour SE is "sporty" trim model. Doing a quick read of a search on Answers.com would have saved you the time of asking the question and waiting for a response. Should be enough information there to assist.
Check to see if the bulb in the dash is burned out or not. The answer to your next question is for a mechanic. Remember to disconnect the negative side of the battery before working on the dash.
Contour lines are used in Topography to show the elevation of the land on a map. When looking at a map the contour lines look very similar to how a calm lake would appear.
It would be easy to walk up a slope represented by contour lines that were widely spaced as this represents a shallow gradient / slope.
none, its a ford contour, probably a 4cyl dont waste your time good luck bye
what would it could to replace time belt on a Ford Contour 1999?
If you have a 4cylinder not alot. But if you have a 6 then you can cry the blues like me. A least $1300 dollars.
If the lines in the contour map are very close together then the area would be considered steep. If they are further apart then it would be more gradual.
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