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Why you smell gas in gmc jimmy engine compartment

You have a gasoline leak. Unless you want this car to catch fire and burn up, have this looked into by a professional. Do not park this vehicle in a garage until you get it fixed. Your house may burn down if the vehicle catches fire.

You have a gasoline leak. Unless you want this car to catch fire and burn up, have this looked into by a professional. Do not park this vehicle in a garage until you get it fixed. Your house may burn down if the vehicle catches fire.

What prints do impression evidence consist of

The prints that impression evidence consists of is footprints. This is when a professional takes prints of someone's footwear at a crime scene to determine their foot size, brand of shoe they were wearing, and gender.

What action should the fire investigator take with supplemental restraint systems to prevent injury during the examination of a vehicle involved in a fire

Verify that the system is rendered safe before starting an investigation

How the fuel system work on a semi truck

Fuel is pumped from the tank, through a spin-off fuel filter and water separator, from there is is pumped to either individual cylinders or to a common fuel rail and is injected using high pressure oil (roughly 3000psi) to actuate the injectors.

What is fire spread

fire spread is the rate of time and area a fire can move or grow

What is the name for hidden fingerprints

latent fingerprints

Which engine type relies on heat compression to ignite the fuel

Diesel engines rely on heat and high compression to ignite fuel.

For a hot surface to ignite a liquid fuel the surface temperature may have to be how much over the published ignition temperature of the fuel

200 degrees

What is the difference between the origin and cause of a fire

The origin of a fire is the original site of the event. e.g. in the switchboard.

The cause is the mechanism that created the fire. e.g. an accelerant was used to start the fire - arson is deduced.

The melting temperature of an alloy is generally

The melting temperature of an alloy is generally lower than the melting temperature of the highest melting temperature of all of its constituents. The eutectic melting temperature is the lowest melting temperature of an alloy system and is in fact sort of defined by that optimal set of percentages of those constituents. The next obvious question is whether there are calculation methods or approximations to determine the melting range of less than "eutectic" percentages.

What is the surface area of a catalytic converter

what is the surface area of a catalytic converter

Where is the fire wall on a 1998 Dodge Dakota

The firewall on any vehicle is the panel separating the engine compartment from the passenger compartment. On a Dakota (and any other front engine vehicle) it pretty much goes from the bottom of the windshield to the floorboards, fender to fender, at the back of the engine compartment.

What properties are of significance on the ignition of a liquid fuel released in spray form

boiling point

What is the origin of common fuels

the origin of fuels is from decomposition of dead animal bodies

Do Leaks in a valve cover or gasket may allow engine oil to come into contact with which component in the engine compartment capable of causing ignition

The exhaust manifold.

When was International Association of Wildland Fire created

International Association of Wildland Fire was created in 1990.

What is an anabatic wind

An anabatic wind is an upslope wind - when the wind is blowing up a hill or mountain as a result of local surface heating.

Extensive damage to a vehicle is not a definitive indicator of an intentionally set fire due to

recent civil court decisions

Is an arc a typical ignition source in vehicle fires

An electrical arc, yes.

What components continue to be powered when the vehicle is not running

fuel pump

What information would an open engine control fuse provide an investigator with

Engine running

Where is the fuel pump on late model vehicle with pressure fuel-injected system

The fuel pump on most gasoline injected vehicles is in the fuel tank.

Is The bulkhead partition between the engine and passenger compartments is designed to prevent compartment to compartment fire travel.

Yes

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