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To me that sounds like your torque converter unlocking but your transmission not downshifting. Automatic transmissions have a torque converter in place of a clutch. The way that the torque converter works is by using turbines and stators which get spun using the transmission fluid. This process creates an enormous amount of heat and has the effect of making ...


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According to the 2000 CR-V service manual, under the pressure-test conditions (86 °C, 70 % RH): the low-side pressure should be around 43 psi (compared to 32 psi) the high-side pressure should be around 320 psi (compared to 150 psi) Possible scenarios It seems that there are one or two factors at play here: There is insufficient refrigerant in the ...


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My brother had the same problem with he's 2012 Nissan sunny (versa) all those you mentioned is been done until I found out that the Temperature selector cable is loose so this means its stocked and its no longer select from heating or cooling so maybe yours is on heating still because the cable is loose it wont go back to cooling, it doesn't matter what's ...


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In most vehicles you can find the Manifold Absolute Pressure sensor in the intake manifold. It is the same case with your vehicle. Follow the black tube from the front of the engine and you will see the sensor.


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I also have a Ballade 150i Vti motor and also want to do something about the motor I did some research and found out that the quick way of gaining power is to add a turbo to the motor. I question was that will my motor be damaged easily. I discovered that I Make 67 kw on the wheel at the moment but if I put a T3/T4 turbo on the motor and Software, I will ...


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Your car overheated and the coolant leaked out of the overflow bottle. It happened a couple of times with my Opel Astra Coupe and my Subaru Forester too. If you're really lucky, nothing major is wrong with your car, but I'd advise a compression test just to be safe. The danger here is that BECAUSE the car overheated and all the coolant was lost, you may have ...


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I am thinking an issue with the battery cables. Likely the ground cable. Follow it and see if it breaks anywhere. Get a multimeter. Measure the voltage between the battery terminals, then between an unpainted part of the body or the engine and the positive terminal. If the voltage is about the same, your ground is good. If the voltage is 0, you have ...


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This is the calculation you're looking for. IMAP = RPM * MAP / IAT MAF = (IMAP/120)(VE/100)(ED)*(MM)/(R) Where manifold absolute pressure (MAP) is in kPa, intake air temp (IAT) is in degrees Kelvin, R is 8.314 J/°K/mole and the average molecular mass of air (MM) is 28.97 g/mole. Note that, in the above formula, the volumetric efficiency of the (4-cycle!) ...


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While it is not imperative that it is completely flush together, it will make a difference. You will have a leak possibility there. This is the reason you replaced the weather stripping in the first place. What you need to do is stretch the weather stripping down on both sides so it will come together in the middle. If you start at dead center on the top ...


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First you need to look at all parts and how they work. MAF- uses two different sensors to regulate how much fuel goes into the motor based on the TEMPERATURE and AMOUNT of air going to the motor. MAP- only measures pressure not the temperature. This is pulled from the IAT which measures intake air temperature. That being said how a MAP based system ...


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The screech is from the tension on the belt being too low. Usually it's a worn belt or the pump slipping. On my 2002 civic I am pretty sure the power steering belt was separate from the serpentine and that the pump is also acting as a tensioner. For the leak, check the connections to and from the pump. There should be an o-ring underneath the connector on ...


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Personally if I was doing this I would wire both components (camera and monitor) directly from the positive battery terminal. It'll look cleaner in the long run, as you won't have wires all over the cabin. However, this might make installing a switch more involved. That being said... Grounding (what you referred to as Earthing), without getting into the ...



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