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Re: degrees of C
Hold down the recirc button and the (-) button or the (+) button below the temp display (on the left) - one of those combinations will change it. I don't think you have to have the system off for it to work, but I'm not positive - try it out and you'll see which way works.
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nearly impossible but there are some things that you can do to reduce tyre wear.. 1---place the wheels in the straight ahead position. Using a spirit level place it vertical across the front rims touching only the rim top and bottom . adjust to achieve the bubble just touching on the outer line. That should give you about 1/2 to 1 degree camber. next measure with a tape the distance between the left and right rims 1/2 way up on the front of the rim. Record this measurement. Repeat the measuring at the back of the front rims at the same level as the front measurement was taken Adjust the tie rod ends evenly until the front measurement is anout 1/8 to 1/4 " smaller than the rear measurement. This is the toe in/ out measurement. The caster adjustment you will need a caster angle gauge. They are available and they stick on the hub center. and measure the difference in degrees from full left to full right turn. It need to be about 1 to 1&1/2 degrees positive.. It would be cheaper on the tyres to have the alignment done professionally and a sight quicker.
Hello: The following is straight from the 1999 4.6 service manual----Install the bearing caps according to the identification marks. The arrow should point toward the front of the engine. the number indicates the position from the front of the engine and the I or E indicates intake or exhaust camshaft. hand start all bolts. Tighten to 44 lb. in. plus 30 degrees Start from front and work back. A torque angle meter is used to measure degrees.
I don't think that can be done because a torque wrench measures torque, or tightness. A torque angle gauge only measures the amount of degrees that the bolt is turned in relationship to 360 degrees. Auto Zone has a small torque angle gauge that may work in a tight spot.
A linear pair of angles is formed when two lines intersect. Two angles are said to be linear if they are adjacent angles formed by two intersecting lines. The measure of a straight angle is 180 degrees, so a linear pair of angles must add up to 180 degrees.
A pair of angles is said to be vertical if the angles share the same vertex and are bounded by the same pair of lines but are opposite to each other. Such angles are congruent and thus have equal measure