It sounds like you have an algae problem. Shock the pool and toss in a dose of algaecide. Take a sample of the water along to your pool shop and get it tested while you are getting the algaecide.
was into production from the year 1992 to 1998 and total number of cars produced :102
On March 31, 1998, it set the record for the fastest production car in the world, 240.1 mph (386.7 km/h)
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The proper name, as in the automobile manufacturer, is Lamborghini.
The lute's strings are arranged in courses, usually of two strings each, though the highest-pitched course usually consists of only a single string, called the chanterelle. In later Baroque lutes 2 upper courses are single. The courses are numbered sequentially, counting from the highest pitched, so that the chanterelle is the first course, the next pair of strings is the second course, etc. Thus an 8-course Renaissance lute will usually have 15 strings, and a 13-course Baroque lute will have 24.
The number of strings a lute has depends on the type of lute; it could have as few as eight or as many as thirty-five, with other possible variations.
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1. Close and lock all doors with the driver's side power lock/unlock switch. 2. Insert key into ignition and remove it from the ignition key cylinder at least six times within 10 seconds. Your Hazard Lamps will flash if you have performed this step successfully. ( Withdraw key completely from ignition cylinder each time ) . If this procedure is performed too fast, system will not enter programming mode. 3. Insert key into the ignition cylinder and turn to the ACC position. 4. Within 5 seconds, push ANY button on the keyless remote. Your Hazard Lamps should flash. ( Do not press the button more than one time in the above step). If the button is pressed more than one time, the programming procedure will not be successful. 5. If there are any remaining remotes (including the old ones), unlock then lock all doors using the driver's side power lock/unlock switch and within 5 seconds, push ANY button on the next remote. Your Hazard Lamps should flash. Repeat this step for each keyless remote (including any existing keyless remotes). 6. Turn the key to the OFF position, remove keys from the ignition, unlock doors using the driver's side power lock/unlock switch and open the driver side door.
72,000 Miles according to the Renault handbook for the car...
I very recently did this so have done a lot of research - my car is still outside waiting for me to put it right. It all seems to depend on who you ask. Many people will tell you that you need to drain the whole system etc etc. However, I have asked a few mechanics and it all depends upon how much petrol you have added. I am told that in cold countries drivers add petrol to diesel to prevent waxing - as long as it is less than 10% petrol to diesel it is OK. I put 7 litres of petrol in a diesel engine. The AA told me I had to have it drained completely, flushed and bled. I could not afford all this so topped it up with diesel and drove it home (about 2 K). Local mechanics told me to dilute it as much as pos and drive it but keep diluting it. I am not taking any chances. i am going to syphon off as much of the petrol and diesel mix as possible and fill it with pure diesel thereby avoiding the very large garage fees involved in drainage, flushing and bleeding. If people add a 10% mix i am sure I can get it down to less than this and it will be OK. I am sorry this is not a more informed answer but after asking a lot of people it is the best I can come up with. Best of luck.
If the car won't start it is usually the battery, starter or could be the altenator. What are the symptoms when you try to start it, is there any power?
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sounds like a suspension bush get a friend to push n pull the strut back and forwards ( not up n down) and look under the bonnet where the suspension strut locates on the inner wing if it moves chances are its the top bush worn and needs replacing( u may need coil spring compressors but its an easy job) if it doesnt moves check the movement of the bottom bush in the same way
The problem could be a number of things. One is that the new battery you installed is faulty and you would need a new battery. i would have a professional check your battery, starting and charging components on your car and make sure they are within spec. If they are all good then I would check for a battery draw on the car. This can be an extremely difficult and expensive problem to find; Suggest having certified BMW service done at this point. Make sure you have all aftermarket electrical stuff disconnected: no aftermarket radio, buzz detectors, nothing, not even anything in your cigarette lighter.
DO NOT try and try again. This leads to a dead battery and/or flooded engine.
Instead, try lightly tapping the accelerator pedal ONCE while cranking the engine. If that doesn't work:
Something is broken. Get it to a mechanic who can understand what is wrong.
Call a MB dealership and give them you vin # and they'll be able to look it up in the national database, or you would have to take out your whole radio and look in the back of the head unit
Jay Leno does own a Bugatti. He actually has two. The first one is a 1937 Bugatti Atlantic Coupe. The second Bugatti he owns is a Bugatti Veyron Grandsport.
In France, along the fronteer between France and Germany.
An electric fan is an electric motor with some fan blades attached to its rotating shaft. As the motor spins, the fan blades rotate. Each blade is angled a bit, and as the inclined plane of the blade moves through the air, it forces the air ahead of it forward. Each blade does this on a continuous basis, and the result is a moving air stream. The fan is taking air from the area behind itself and blowing it out the front. The fan generates a movement of air, causing the warm, less dense air to rise, and the cool, dense air to descend, thus creating a feeling of coolness in the air.
Hi, A cc is a cubic centimeter and is equivalent to the volume of 1 milliliter at 22 degrees Celcius. Therefore in a perfect world, a 1.8 Liter engine will displace 1,800 ccs. Remember, that seldom does the engine exacly displace the stated Liter size. Your actual vehicle specifications (found in your manual) may be slightly less that the advertised engine liter size. They round the liter size to make it easier for the consumer to understand. Hope this helps.
I would suggest that Aluminum is preferable. It is lighter than steel, which can result in a higher performance vehicle (faster acceleration, better braking, improved fuel economy). Furthermore, unlike steel, aluminum will not rust. Aluminum is also easier to recycle. Aluminum cars have a stiffer feel- giving them a sportier feel, and absorb impact about 1.5 times as well as steel, making them safer. The downside, of course, is the high cost of aluminum compared to steel.
Creating LIFT, This is achieved by causing the air moving faster over the top of the wing in relation to the air beneath the wing.
In relevance to cars, luxury brands cover those that are high-end providing comfort, convenience, and top performance and speed through its advanced features, stylish designs, and state-of-the-art technologies used in the overall concept. Several luxury car brands include Rolls Royce, Porsche,and Bentley among others. Sports cars such as Ferrari and even custom-made ones such as the Tulshek are also considered luxury brands of car.
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No Gross Vehicular Weight (GVW) is given in stats., but towing capacity is a maximum 1,360kg braked. This is a highly respectable tow weight for a diesel vehicle. Hope this helps.