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# How do you change kilometers to miles like in a tennis match?

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one kilometer = 0.62137110 miles one mile = 1.609344 kilometers Here's a quick trick for converting Kilometers to miles: multiply by six and throw away the last digit. Example: 40 KPH = 40 x 6 = 240 = 24MPH. 70 KPH = 70 x 6 = 420 = 42 MPH. It is not exact, but it's a rough enough rule of thumb. Yeah, ok... so 45 KPH would be 6 x 45 = 270 = 27 MPH

# 99 Oldsmobile bravada For a while when you have it on heat it wouldn't get warm until you moved the temperature gage to cold and then back to hot what is wrong with your heater?

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This issue may be due to a faulty heater control valve or a problem with the heater blend door. These components control the flow of hot coolant to the heater core. It is recommended to have a mechanic inspect and repair the heater system to ensure proper functionality.

# What is the mass of 1 cubic meter of grass?

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The mass of 1 cubic meter of grass can vary depending on factors such as moisture content and grass type. On average, the mass may range from 300 to 500 kilograms.

# What are the basic differences between laminar air flow and biosafety hood?

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Laminar airflow provides a highly controlled, uni-directional flow of clean air to maintain a sterile environment, ideal for working with materials that require a sterile environment. Biosafety hoods, on the other hand, provide containment to protect the user from exposure to potentially hazardous materials by creating a barrier between the user and the materials. Biosafety hoods also incorporate HEPA filters to protect both the user and the environment from biological contaminants.

# Why is the passenger side of your car floor soaked when it rains but there are no wet spots on the roof or windows?

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Simple, you have a leak. Suspect that it is leaking from the cowl. Check the drain for the condenser and see if it is plugged. Check for debris below the window in the channel.

if you have a sunroof, sometimes the drain hose gets clogged and water will back up into the car. It can run down the inside of your A pillar and end up in the floor board. Similarly, if it happens when you run the A/C, the condensation drain hose could be clogged and backing up into the floor.

# What is the difference between a mass air flow sensor and a mass air flow meter?

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The mass air flow (MAF) sensor measures the mass of the air entering the engine. Because air mass varies with air temperature (cold air is denser than warm air), measuring air mass provides the PCM with a very acurate way of determining the correct amount of fuel to obtain the ideal fuel/air mixture. - Haynes Repair Manual #36071

# What can keep a car from starting?

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Dead battery and no gas are near the top of the list. There is also the possiblilty that you are in the wrong car so the key wont work. And since many cars have computers now there are many things related to that too.

# Why is your car defrosting on the inside and coolant leaking on the passenger side?

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the heater core, heater core hoses or heater control valve is leaking

# Where is the mass air flow sensor in the ford expedition?

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Mass Airflow Sensor Operation The Mass Airflow (MAF) sensor directly measures the mass of air being drawn into the engine. The sensor output is used to calculate injector pulse width. The (MAF) sensor is what is referred to as a "hot-wire sensor". The sensor uses a thin platinum wire filament, wound on a ceramic bobbin and coated with glass, that is heated to 200*C (417*F) above the ambient air temperature and subjected to the intake airflow stream. A "cold-wire" is used inside the (MAF) sensor to determine the ambient air temperature. Battery voltage from the EEC power relay, and a reference signal and a ground signal from the PCM are supplies to the (MAF) sensor. The sensor returns a signal proportionate to the current flow required to keep the "hot-wire" at the required temperature. The increased airflow across the "hot-wire" acts as a cooling fan, lowering the resistance and requiring more current to maintain the temperature of the wire. The increased current is measured by the voltage in the circuit, as current increases, voltage increases. As the airflow increases the signal return voltage of a normally operating (MAF) sensor will increase. Testing 1. Using a multimeter, check for voltage by back probing the (MAF) sensor connector. 2. With the key ON, and the engine OFF, verify that there is at least 10.5 volts between the VPWR and GND terminals of the (MAF) sensor connector. If voltage is not within specification, check power and ground circuits and repair as necessary. 3. With the key ON, and the engine ON, verify that there is at least 4.5 volts between the SIG and GND terminals of the (MAF) sensor connector. If voltage is not within specification, check power and ground circuits and repair as necessary. 4. With the key ON, and the engine ON, check voltage between GND and SIG RTN terminals. Voltage should be approximately 0.34-1.96 volts. If voltage is not within specification, the sensor may be faulty. Removal & Installation (4.6L & 5.4L) 1. Disconnect the negative battery cable. 2. Release the air cleaner clamp and separate the air cleaner halves. 3. Remove the grommet from the air cleaner housing and slide the grommet down the hardness. 4. Remove the (MAF) sensor plate and (MAF) sensor from the air cleaner. 5. Detach the (MAF) sensor from the harness. 6. Remove the retaining nuts and remove the (MAF) sensor. 7. Installation is the reverse of removal.

# Where is the Mass air flow sensor on a Lincoln Town Car?

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On a 1997 Lincoln Town Car :

The Mass Air Flow Sensor is between the engine air filter and the big engine

air intake tube

# What is a ecu on a VW sharan?

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When you open up the bonnet, the E.C.U should be on the right in a black plastic box that is screwed to the body.

# What is the most accurate flow meter?

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# Missfire on a sharan?

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If it is a VR6 engine it might be a cracked coil pack.

You can check this by spraying a mist of water over the coil pack while the engine is running.

If there are cracks sparks will run on the outside of the coil pack.

If you do this while it is dark the sparks are often easy to see.

# What is that loud rattling noise under the front end of my car on the passengers side.?

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Heat shield on catalytic converter? Loose shock or strut mount? Pebbles caught in hub cap? Lug bolt fell off in hub cap?

# What is the horizontal flow of air called?

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a dialomgram

# Why 1998 Olds aurora heater half cold and hot?

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# How would you clean the 2 resisters on the Mas air flow for a 1995 2.0 Mercury mystique Or should you just replace it How do you replace it Where is it located?

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YOU DON'T , REPLACE IT ... IMEAN THERE ARE TIMES THAT PEOPLE SAY CLEAN IT, BUT THATS A COMMON MISTAKE, YOU WOULD HAVE TO REPLACE IT.

# How do you calibrate mass flow meter?

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# How mass customisation differs from traditional flow production?

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Mass customization enables a customer to decide the exact specification of a product or service, and have that product or service supplied to them at a price close to that for an ordinary mass produced alternative whereas traditional flow production relies on standardized production of large amounts of products through the uses of an assembly line.

# What happens when an air flow sensor goes bad?

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You will get a warning light on dash and motor will probaly run rough and rich, meaning fuel ,air mixture will be out of wack and motor will put more fuel into compensate and to make sure motor does not run lean. the exhaust pipe will be very black and maybe black smoke. The hotter the motor gets the rougher it will run until spark plugs are clogged with excess carbon from unburnt fuel.

# How to install a Dump Valve on a Scoupe turbo 93?

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not quite sure yet but im in the process of installin one with the help of x-speed here in Perth w.a so watch this space and i will tell you very shortly

# What is flow of air during the day from plat?

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# What happens when a mass air flow sensor goes bad?

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High Fuel Consumption

Halious-Other problems are, severe drop in power, inability to accelerate, stalling out, & your wallet gets a lot lighter(Cheapest one we ever replaced at my shop was \$298 at cost.) Despite the important sounding name it's easy to replace. It lies somewhere between the air filter & the throttle body buy a new one and compare it to parts you see along the air intake system(A lot of German cars like VW & Audi put them in the air filter box bolted to the top section that you lift off to see the air filter. Chevy likes to put them right in front of the throttle body. Usually prettty easy to find & work on.). A few bolts, & a couple wires. At least save yourself some money on labor costs.

Note: Mass air flow sensors can be cleaned to restore performance in most cases without having to replace them. The hot wire variety can be cleaned with isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol, electrical contact cleaner, or aerosol cleaners specifically designed for Mass Airflow Sensors . NEVER use carburetor or throttle body cleaner as these are too harsh for the delicate platinum wires. There are many cleaning methods that can be found by an internet search. In rare cases, your car may have a Karman-Vortex type air sensor and these cannot be easily cleaned and are more often found on cars that are either turbocharged or supercharged. When your mass air flow sensor goes bad, it cannot react properly to changes in the air entering your engine, so it will provide either too little or too much gas for your airflow, causing issues such as hard starts, rough idle, sluggish throttle response, and pinging.

# What is gyroscopic mass flow meter?

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# What is an upward flow of air?

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An upward flow of (warm) air is known as a Thermal .