You have a proble with the OD. Take it to a professional.
1,000,000/10 = 100,000 minutes
With a scan tool, or try turning key on, off, on, off, on and counting the blinks of the check engine light. blink, blink, blink, pause, blink would be 31.
It would be impossible for a human to blink 5 or more times in one second so the correct answer is once
it might need a new bulb - they often blink when they are about to die.
first you nee to check and see if your car is referred to as OBDI or OBDII if its ODBI then you start with the car off.. turn the key to run but do not start the engine.. at this point you have less that 5 seconds to push the gas pedall all the way to the floor and press the overdrive button five times... then the check engine light will stay on.. and then blink... next its going to blink out the code for you for ex. blink-pause-blink blink-pause blink blink blink-pause blink n that would mean the problem code is 1231 just Google BMW problem codes and use that dcode to find out what the issue is..
I'm thinking that this is easy to test and find out.When you blink, the only part of you that moves is your eyelid. The rest of you stays still.So if you move your eyelid faster than the speed of light and it goes back in time,then your eyelid would disappear, because the rest of you would stay here in thepresent time.You could try it any time, wherever you are, and see what happens.But how fast would you have to blink ?If your eyelid moves a whole inch during a blink, then in order to move at the speedof light, you'd have to move it fast enough to blink 11,802,827,520 times in one second.That's about 590 thousand times faster than that high squeal you hear froma mosquito's wings.Do you think you can do that ? Good luck on your experiment.
700 blinks per hour x 16 hours per day x 7 days per week = 700 x 16 x 7 = 78400 Therefore, you would blink 78,400 times.
On some if you turn key on, off, on, off, on. The check engine light may start to flash the code. blink, blink, bink, pause blink would be 31.
it has a malfuction so its setting a code
A blinking Check Engine light indicates a serious problem with the emissions system. Have this repaired immediately.
Probably because you need to check the engine.
If a person blinks an average of 16 times a minute, then in 90 years it would be 756,864,000 times
Computer has detected a problem with the transmission.
The computer has detected a fault in the airbag circuit.
Possibly, but not likely. Have a compression test run.
Less than the blink of an eye; about 0.0107 second.
The most likely cause is the turn signal flasher.
u need to replace the flasher unit in the vehicle
The average person tends to blink between 10 and 30 times per minute. Therefore, taking an average of 20 blinks per minute, this would mean 1200 blinks per hour (20 x 60) and lets say the average person is awake for 14 hours a day (we don't blink in our sleep) then on average we blink 16,800 (1200 x14) times a day!
the camshaft sensor may be bad. It is connected to the driver side of the engine block, and you can check to see if that is the problem by turning the ignition on/off three times. On the third time, leave it in the on position, and the "service engine" light will begin to blink. It will blink twice, pause, then blink three times to indicate a "23", which is a code that can be called in to the dealer, or easily accessible in a Haynes automobile book.
Ckean bith ends of the battery cables.
Should be under warranty- go to the dealer and get it checked.
This light is warning you that there may be a problem with your battery. Have it checked.
Normally a sensor has detected a fault in the engine operating system. The light comes on when the ecu. or computer has went into a limp in mode. If you turn the ign. sw. on and of three times normaly, the light will blink a code. If you have a code readers manual it will tell you what is failling.
The tail light bulb is probably okay, it's the front signal light that is burned out, this would cause the rear light to blink rapid.