Anywhere from 80, up to 180, depending on ther compression ration, effective compression ratio, and how many miles on the motor. Lower than about 80, is getting low. Also, you are looking for a cylinder that is really low, compared to the rest. 30 lbs., or more, lower. This would indicate a dead cylinder.
No just run normal regular unleaded in it
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Assuming you have over 100,000 miles, that is normal for that engine. It tends to be worn out before 150,000 miles.
I have a 98 s-10 4 cylinder and I get 300 to 315 miles per tank.
Volume of a cylinder = (pi) x (radius)2 x (length) Volume = [ (pi) x (am)2 x (go) ] cubic miles
i don't know but i have a 88 f-150 with a 4.9 w about 125000 miles on it and it does the same thing rides just to left of the n in normal. i spoke to an employer at a ford dealership and he said that it was nothing to worry about. he said it was just a bad sending unitand the gauges are just idiot gauges and as long as there is some needle movement in the gauge than there is enough oil pressure. that's why they just have the big "normal" area on the gauge and no acual numbers to compensate when a sending unit is putting out a little more or less volts than it should be. the needle remains in the normal area. but is long as the needle moves at least in the normal range there is nothing to worry about. this coming from from a ford dealership mechanic
it depends on the car and the driver. on a 4 cylinder you're going to get anywhere between 25-35 miles per gallon. on a 6 cylinder 15-25. on a 8 cylinder 10-20 and so on.
Yes, if you lower the pressure to about 6.6 kPa (normal atmospheric pressure at sea level is around 101 kPa; you'd find pressures like this at an elevation of about 12 miles above sea level).
The Sun is fairly normal and its diameter is 865,000 miles
I have 182 k on my 1996 4-cylinder Mazda 626
my clutch is not working ..think the slave cylinder is bad ..135 , 000 miles ..
Depends entirely up on the miles per gallon that vehicle gets. All four-cylinder vehicles do not get the same fuel mileage.
A 6 cylinder Toyota Camry LE has a gas mileage of 21 miles per gallon. The highway mileage is 31 miles per gallon.
A 4-cylinder Saturn engine will typically last between 200,000 and 300,000 miles with proper maintenance. It can be further extended through a major overhaul.
No, it is not normal.
Return ports in master cylinder are restricted (fluid expands as it it heated due to pad contact with rotor) Try to shorten connecting rod from brake pedal to master cylinder (some are adjustable) or replace master cylinder
Only the 4 cylinder has a timing belt. On a 1983-97 replace it at 60,000 miles=On a 1998 up, replace at 120,000 miles.=
2.8 to 4.6 billion miles 2.8 to 4.6 billion miles
I have a 1993 Ranger that I bought new and have kept extensive records of everything about it. It has a 2.3 engine and after 82148 miles my overall average has been 22.589 miles per gallon with probably 98% of the miles being driven around town. I have kept a record of every tank of gas that has ever been in this vehicle.
no in normal kilometres
Most cars get 27 miles per gallon. The 2013 Lincoln MKZ AWD with a 4 cylinder gets between 22 and 30 miles per gallon. The same car with a 6 cylinder gets between 18 and 26 miles per gallon. The 2013 Lincoln MKZ FWD with a 4 cylinder gets between 22 and 33 miles per gallon. The same car with a 4 cylinder gets between 19 and 28 miles per gallon. The 2013 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid gets 45 miles per gallon and is the best bang for the buck.