Yur car has a "VATS" system - the key has a little 'chip' in it near the top. This is a resistor, which is read by the car computer when you try to start. The wires that connect the connector in the switch to the ECM are VERY thin, and often break. There are two ways to fix this. 1) The right way. You have to change the ignition switch. This is a royal pain involving disassembling the top end of the steering column. 2) The easy way. Put a mulitimeter across the chip and read the resistance, then disconnect the wires between the ignition switch and the ECM, and put that value of resistor in there. Here.... http://vats.likeabigdog.com/ is the detailed instructions on how to do this. Richard
Normally (as the saying goes) you get 15 minutes of fame.
Yes, it is correct
It depends on whether you mean a saying which has the same meaning as YOLO, such as "Carpe Diem", or another saying that functions like a mneumonic device, such as IDGAF. :)
The answer is insinuation but I'm not sure that it's a rhetorical device.
Ten minutes to nine on digital clock would be the same as saying it is Eight Fifty.
What the message is saying is that the program or device is not supported by your computer and cannot be used so the computer is exiting or quiting out of the trying to use the program or device.
Absolutely nothing was accomplished during the 70s...just saying!
A mnemonic device is a saying that someone might make up to remember a specific fact. One example would be a nickname given to someone that has each letter of their name in it.
If she is dry and not aroused or it's too hard or fast it can be a painful nightmare. Just saying a certain amount of minutes means nothing.
He was the head of the team that invented, the handheld cell phone. Cooper has been quoted as saying (of the first such device) "The battery lifetime was 20 minutes, but that wasn't really a big problem because you couldn't hold that phone up for that long" (it weighed about 2.5 pounds).It's probably worth noting that this was not the first cellular phone; it was just the first one that was "small" enough to be practical as a handheld device (prior to that, they'd been intended for installation in cars).
If you are saying "What are speackers used for" then the answer is to hear the sound from the device. In some cases, it is to pronounce the sound so it can be heard better
It's litotes (or meiosis), as in saying 'It wasn't bad' to mean "It was very good"
No difference. Though usually when saying photo they mean a printed one not one on a device or etc.
Head over heels is an idiom because the meaning does not match what the words are saying.
Reviews of the iPhone 4g were largely favorable. The Wall Street Journal said the device was "the best device in its class" and Engadget called it the "best smartphone on the market".
In the case of spamming: 30 seconds. In the case of saying bad words: 10 minutes.
you dig and in 5 minutes or higher you will resive a letter saying you got somthing
Shrek said "for 5 minutes, will you be quiet FOR 5 MINUTES"?, because Donkey wouldn't stop talking and Donkey kept saying "are we there yet?".