It can be as simple as a defective or loose gas cap or as severe as a bad catalytic converter. It can be a number of things. Have the computer scanned with an OBD2 scan tool. This will give you and idea where to look. Check your oxygen sensors, make sure all wires are connected and no vacum leaks. It could be many things. Check out auto zone if you have one in your area. Some will read the computer code for you i agree with 1st person probably the gas cap. click three times or more when u put it on.
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It is doubtful that an oil additive would cause this, although it is possible. White smoke from the tailpipe is usually an indication of coolant entering the combustion chamber. A blown head gasket is the likely culprit. A cracked head will also cause this. If you are losing coolant, that is another sign of one of these problems. Have this checked out ASAP, as severe engine damage will occur if this is not corrected.AnswerAnother 1988 Honda Accord did the same thing. Any fluids added (oil, transmission fluid, gas treatment, Lucas additive) will billow out as smoke, and then stop until something else is put in. Head gaskets were checked and the shop said they were fine.
This is how to convert a number into standard form:Write the number with the decimal point after the first non-zero digit (without any leading or trailing zeros) followed by "x 10";Count how many digits the decimal point has to "jump" to get back to its original position (if there was no decimal point, it was "hiding" after the last digit);If the decimal point needs to move left, make it negative, otherwise leave it alone (as positive);Write the number found in steps 3&4 as the power of the "10" added in step 1.Examples:123.4561.23456 x 102 digitsto right, so leave alone1.23456 x 102⇒ 123.456 = 1.23456 x 1021230001.23 x 105 digits (decimal point originally "hiding" after last '0')to right, leave alone1.23 x 105⇒ 123000 = 1.23 x 1050.001231.23 x 103 digitsto left, so make negative (3 → -3)1.23 x 10-3⇒ 0.00123 = 1.23 x 10-3That's how to do it, this is it being done to 16107:1.6107 x 104 digits ("decimal point originally "hiding" after the '7')to right, leave alone1.6107 x 104⇒ 16107 = 1.6107 x 104
America is not destroyed. You guys are a lot better off with him than you would have been under the Republicans. I fact most problems in the USA are because the Repulicans blocked a lot of key Obama policies you would have been better off with. Muppet question really. Well... i think we should adopt a Voter IQ policy in favor of the Voter ID... If someone who posts something like this after seeing what Obama has done to this country should be deemed too ignorant to vote... Lockheed Martin is about to lay off 123000 employees due to "policies" instituted under His administration. The reason you do not know this, is because Obama has promised to pay the severance packages for these employees out of us tax dollars paid in by working people, if Lockheed Martin will not make a statement in regards to this until after the election... If Obama is making such good policies for this country, why is this wonderful idea reported before people go to the polls? If you voted for this Obama the first time to prove you were not a racist... vote against him this time... to prove you aren't mentally retarted...
1999 Madza 626 transmission code 1744I have a 1999 Madza 626 that I bought less then a year ago with a rebuilt engine, and have had to replace the timing belt on it and now this Code 1744. It is the Torque Convertor clutch slipping. I am having the same problem and 2 different places said they had to research it. I called someone out of the phone book that I had taken a previous car to and he knew right away what it was. He said you can't feel it but it has something to do with when you go over a large hill and alitude the check engine light will come on, you can't feel it slipping but something inside is not right. You have a bad transmission, bottom line. I wouldn't mess around with it and get it fixed right away. I had another car with a bad transmission and don't want to get stuck again. Here is a link to a site that will tell you the same thing . I am taking my car in today and he said it is a 1 1/2 day job. They charge 275 to take it apart and apply that to any parts it will need. I will keep you up dated on my transmission. I suggest you find a transmission specialist in your area that can tell you right off hand what it is and you'll know he knows his stuff, anyone who says they need to research it doesn't know their transmissions. I have a 1999 Mazda 626 with the CD4E transmission that had the engine code 1744. The transmission in my car would slip after the fluid was warm. My car had 123000 miles on it and had the transmission rebuilt once before. There are brass bushings inside this transmission that were worn out on my car. I bought a newer CD4E transmission from Ebay (40,000 miles) and put a shift kit in in with a new torque cnverter and new gaskets. The shift kit comes with drill bits to increase the size of the lub ports to increase oil flow to bushings. The previous rebuild was $1200 but obviously they did not change all the parts that needed changed or used the wrong parts. These transmissions are expensive and can be hard to find. I got one from a Ford Escape but had to use the old bell housing because the Ford Escape has a different starter mount. I was told they could not be interchanged but for me it worked.
Scientific notation is used to express [very] large and [very] small numbers. By using scientific notation very large and very small numbers are written in a compact and easy to read form. To convert a number from standard form to scientific notation: 1) Write the number by writing the first non-zero digit followed by a decimal point 2) write the rest of the digits of the number stopping after the last non-zero digit of the number. 3) write "×10" 4) Now write a power for the 10. To work out the power count the number of digits the decimal point needs to move to get back to where it was in the original number (if there is no decimal point in the number it is "hiding" after the last digit of the number). If this movement is to the right leave it positive, otherwise if the movement is to the left make it negative. If the decimal point does not need to move, the power is 0. examples: 123000 = 1.23×10^5 0.00123 = 1.23×10^-3 1.23 = 1.23×10^0 0.0120 = 1.2×10^-2
Numbers in scientific notation have two parts: a mantissa and an exponent which are multiplied together.The mantissa has a value that is greater than or equal to 1 and less than 10 (ie it has a single non-zero digit before a decimal point).The exponent is a power of 10 by which the mantissa is multiplied so that it has the same value as the original number.When multiplying (or dividing) by a power of ten the digits of a number shift in the place value column table; however, on paper this is not easy to do (or visualise) so the (relative) effect on the decimal point is considered instead:Multiplying a number by a power of 10 shifts the digits left which has the effect of shifting the decimal point to the right;Dividing a number by a power of 10 shifts the digits right which has the effect of shifting the decimal point to the left.Note that if the power is negative it reverses the direction of the shift as a negative power indicates a reciprocal and multiplying by a reciprocal is the same as dividing by the original number (and dividing by a reciprocal is the same as multiplying by the original number). If a number is followed by a unit (metres, litres, grams, etc) then the number is converted and the unit follows the converted number.To convert a number to scientific notation:Put the decimal point after the first non-zero digit;Count how many digits the decimal point has to move to get back to its original position;If the decimal point has to move left make this count negative;Remove trailing zeros;Put the number with the decimal point after the first non-zero digit and without the trailing zeros multiplied by 10 to the power of the count (made negative if necessary).Remember that a number that has no visible decimal point has it "hiding" after the last (units or ones) digit. Also, if the number is not quite in scientific notation, that is, it has a number which does not have the decimal point after the first-non-zero digit but is multiplied by a power of 10, follow the above on the number before the x 10^... and then multiply the ten to the powers together by adding the powersExamples:123 → 1.23 × 10^2123000 → 1.23 × 10^512.3 → 1.23 × 10^11.23 → 1.23 × 10^00.123 → 1.23 × 10^-10.000123 → 1.23 × 10^-412.3 × 10^5 = (1.23 × 10^1) × 10^5 = 1.23 × (10^1 × 10^5) = 1.23 × 10^(1 + 5) = 1.23 × 10^6123 × 10^-3 = (1.23 × 10^2) × 10^-3 = 1.23 × (10^2 × 10^-3) = 1.23 × 10^(2 + -3) = 1.23 × 10^-1To convert a number from scientific notation to normal notation move the decimal point the number of digits that is the power of the ten, inserting zeros if the digits run out. If the power is positive move the decimal point to the right; if negative to the left.Examples1.23 × 10^1 = 12.31.23 × 10^5 = 123001.23 × 10^0 = 1.23 (the decimal point moves 0 or no digits)1.23 × 10^-1 = .123 = 0.123*1.23 × 10^-5 = 0.0000123* a zero is normally written before a leading decimal point to highlight the decimal point being there as leading zeros are not normally written.Metric units include a multiplier in the letter preceding the unit, for example in km (kilometres) the k prefix means kilo- which is "× 1000" or "× 10^3".To convert SI units to scientific notation, they are effectively in "not-quite" scientific notation and so the above is used by fist converting the unit multiplier to a power of 10. Examples:1.23 km = 1.23 × 10^3 m12.3 km = (1.23 × 10^1) × 10^3 m = 1.23 × (10^1 × 10^3) m = 1.23 × 10^4 m123 mg = (1.23 × 10^2) × 10^-3 g = 1.23 × (10^2 × 10^-3) g = 1.23 × 10^-1 gThe most common Si prefix multipliers are:pico- (p) = × 10^-12nano- (n) = × 10^-9micro- (µ) = × 10^-6milli- (m) = × 10^-3centi- (c) = × 10^-2deci- (d) = × 10^-1deka- (da) = × 10^1hecto- (h) = × 10^2kilo- (k) = × 10^3mega- (M) = × 10^6giga- (G) = × 10^9Tera- (T) = × 10^12
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