I do not think these have a cable. Mine has a sensor wich is located on the driver side, there is a small ( 13 mm? ) bolt, undo that, mark the position of the unit and pull that out look at the plastic gear inside if it is worn replace it, if not change the sensor. Mine was doing the same thing I contacted mechanic and that is what he told me, the sensor is about 25 bucks at rock auto, or a few more $$ if you have a Baxter auto store where youre at. Hope this helps.
Speedometer can determine a car's normal and maximum speed.
To some extent, it can be used as a speedometer. However, it is nowhere near as accurate as your cars speedometer. There will also be a greater delay in the changes in speed than with a normal speedometer.
Well for me it is normal.
It was normal,a little bit hotter,but normal.
There is only one "Cherokee Reservation" in existence, that is located in North Carolina and held by the Eastern Band of Cherokee. It is not a 'normal' reservation however, in that it recognizes a line and defines land holders within 100 miles of that line to be 'in' the reservation. The "Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma" has jurisdiction over several counties there, but it is NOT a reservation. The state of Oklahoma is in itself a 'reservation' to indians.
150 1bs, to 180
Modern Cherokee blend traditional healing with normal medical practices (Doctors, Hospitals, etc).
Normal cause is the intake manifold itself.Normal cause is the intake manifold itself.
It will normally say on the CD itself or on the case that the CD was manufactered in. The normal size capacity of a CD is 700 MB or 800 MB and about 70 minutes.
525600 minutes in a normal year525600 minutes in a yr
should be 195 to 210 normal operating temp
Loose power wire . You might want to check the output on the voltage regulator. Sometimes the voltage will be too high and the radio will protect itself from the voltage by turning itself off, only to turn itself back on when the voltage returns to normal.
There are 525,600 minutes in a normal year and 527,040 minutes in a leap year.
The factory thermostat is 192 degrees.
normal coagulation time= 3 to 8 minutes.
A normal Anaconda lives so that means that it protects itself
I think the answer speaks for itself.......
It depends on the setpoint of the thermostat.
Somewhere around 215-220 degrees F.
Normal engine compression would be 100-125psi
20 Minutes is enough for normal life style