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As it turns out the answer is very obvious and frankly quite simple. Consider a 1 meter long plank. Now if you lift up the right side of the plank by 10 cm (0.1 meter), the left side moves a bit to ...

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I'm having a silimar issue with my Toyota Yaris which I'm yet to fix, but I know for sure what is causing it: rust on the ABS sensor. Every wheel has an ABS sensor which reads the wheel speed. During ...

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Using a handful of internet tools such as Google image lookup, I found this Instagram post where one of the tags says "#uaz452". Comparing the picture in the Instagram post and the video of ...

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What Mike said and also: On the highway; letting drivers in front of you know that you're switching lanes. That way they know that you're about to overtake them When parked, oncoming drivers as well ...

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A camshaft can only be attacked to the camshaft sprocket in 1 orientation which you can see when you look at the camshaft sprocket. (See below image for an example) It is important to know the ...

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I'm not entirely sure if this issue can be caused by other brake parts such as the ABS module, but in this answer I've formulated what seems to me the most logical explenation. These are my thoughts: ...

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Pascal's law says that the hydraulic pressure must everywhere be equal. Pressure is defined as a force devided by an area. P = F/a. Thus the force F is equal to the pressure P times the surface area A....

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According to the information I found online, your car as electronic brake force distribution and electronic speed-proportinal powersteering. Both features rely on electric power. The problem is most ...

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Welcome to MVM & Repair! The problem you're experiencing is caused by one of three things: Brake pads are missing, brake disks are missing or brakes shoes (inside the brake drums) are not ...

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According to Pascal's law, pressure must everywhere be equal. Pressure is defined as a force on a surface. Pressure equals force devided by area P = F / a. That is, the area of the master and slave ...

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The Volkswagen Golf Mk6 was produced from 2008 to 2013 in Europe and from 2009 to 2014 in the US. Your car is a 6th generation Golf.

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Well... cars (and car batteries) are made to not spontaniously catch fire. Unless if you have electrical issues, but even that is not likely to cause a fire, especially since you have the battery ...

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You didn't mention the car make and model, but I'm assuming your car uses a vacuum powered brake booster. (See below image) It uses vacuum power from the engine to multiply the force applied to the ...

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I found people asking the same question on a few different sites, these are the answers they came up with: It's a power indicator for a dashcam. It's an indicator that the alarm is active. It's a ...

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Not cranking is not related to a faulty fuel pump. A faulty fuel pump may cause the engine not to start, but it won't stop the engine from cranking. To answer your question: A fuel pump van seize/stop ...

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I've had similar issues when I replaced the rear brakes on my 2004 Toyota Yaris. Here are some things you can try: Most drum brakes have a slot on the backside that you can stick a flathead ...

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A red ABS warning light has no different meaning from an orange or yellow warning light. The warninght light can turn on for a few reasons: One or more wheel speed sensors have failed One or more ...

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Yes. There is a self-adjuster in the drum brake assembly (see image). Most drum brakes have a slot on the back side where you can use a flat head screwdriver to undo it. Most likely you will not be ...

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A leaking clutch slave cylinder may cause the clutch not to fully disengage, but you will most likely have noticed this when changing gear. The clutch slave cylinder has no direct effect on how quick ...

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Shaking / vibrating can be caused by the following things: Tires (Uneven tire wear, improper wheel balance or wrong alignment) Suspension (Worn out ball joints, dampers, springs) Brakes (Uneven brake ...

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According to the answers I got on my question: "What are these hoses sticking out", that rubber hose is a fuel tank overflow hose. "A very full fuel tank can sometimes overflow a bit ...

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The image doesn't show much details, but from what I can see there is no structural damage, just scratches. As long as it's not dented, bent or cracked, you should be fine driving it.

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I'm not very experienced on this subject, but these are my thoughts: The problem may have to do with the air pressure inside the fuel tank. When you remove the fuel cap, the pressure is equalized to ...

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