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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: find the capacity of the tank

420 +X/8 = X/2 420 = X/2 - X/8= 3X/8 X= 8/3 * 420 X = 1120 Tank capacity

Posted on Sep 20, 2008

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SOURCE: How do I change the starter in 1994 Silverado 350?

Man, your in luck, the '94 starter is fairly easy to change. Two bolts are that holds it on. Just disconnet the solenoid wires, take out bolts. Reverse for installation.

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Posted on Oct 11, 2008

SOURCE: I cant put more than 6 gallons in the 20 gallon

Every fuel tank has a breather pipe. If this gets blocked or the pipe is kinked, you will really struggle to put fuel in the tank.

Posted on Feb 22, 2010

SOURCE: firing order for 1966 ford mustang 200 cubic inch

The engine is a 200 CID straight six, the firing order is 153624...

Just pop the distributor cap and have someone crank the engine while you
watch the rotor.

How I can determine which hole in the distributor is assigned to the #1
plug wire.

Pull the number one plug. Turn the engine over slowly (with a wrench)
while holding your finger over the plug hole. When the air builds (a lot
of) pressure you are coming up to the number one spot on the
distributor. (the rotor will point to the location of the #1 hole in the
distributor.)

Quick methods to disable the engine I have seen people do on the
classics:

Close the points by loosening the set screw

Pull the rotor cap

Connect a wire from the coil to ground. (effectively closes the points.
Can damage the coil if key is left on.)

Pull the main ignition wire

And there are some tricks at the starter solonoid involving the ballast
resistor bypass that is used to provide a hotter spark while cranking.
(Two little wires at the starter solonoid - one is crank the other is
the ballast bypass.)

Might give those a look-see. Best of luck (rememeber rated this help).

Posted on May 17, 2010

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SOURCE: Honda Civic -2001. Gas fill more than tank capacity?

There is about a gallon additional capacity in the filter, hoses, filler tube, etc.

But I have never seen anyone let it get low enough intentionally to ever notice. Don't wait for the light to come on. That is not very accurate, and you could easily find yourself stranded out of gas.

Posted on Jul 22, 2010

Volume in cubic feet = 3.14 x diameter x diameter x height รท 4

Sep 17, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

Come on, where's your school boy maths? Formula is Pi R Squared x Height. Therefore 3.142 x 2.5cm(radius) squared x 15cm = 294.56 cubic centimetres, call it 295.

Water weighs 1kilo at 1 litre so approx 295cc's will be 295 grams, if thats any help? If not substitute the true weight per mL or cc of paraffin because there are various grades of paraffin If you do it in old imperial, 1 english gallon of water is 10 lbs.

Water weighs 1kilo at 1 litre so approx 295cc's will be 295 grams, if thats any help? If not substitute the true weight per mL or cc of paraffin because there are various grades of paraffin If you do it in old imperial, 1 english gallon of water is 10 lbs.

Apr 08, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

1000mm = 1 liter

volume of tank = area of base by height

pye ( 3.1417) X radius squared X height

the volume should come out around 5,000 liters

volume of tank = area of base by height

pye ( 3.1417) X radius squared X height

the volume should come out around 5,000 liters

Jul 25, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

Hi Wayne:

For my curious mind, what is the project that you need this for?

To solve the problem, the volume of the pipe is the cross sectional area times the length.

Area = pi r squared.

= 22/7 times .75 / 2 squared

= 3.1428571 times .375 times .375

= o.4419642 square inches

The pipe is 10 feet long, times 12 equals 120 inches long.

The pipe volume is 120 times 0.4419642 equals 53.035704 cubic inches.

The next part of the question is to convert cubic inches to gallons.

I use my Texas Instruments TI-1889

53.035704 to metric, in cubed to cm cubed = 869.09608

Divide by 1,000 equals .86909608 litres

From Metric, imp gal (I'm in Canada) to L = 0.1911781

Ta Da!

Cheerfuls

For my curious mind, what is the project that you need this for?

To solve the problem, the volume of the pipe is the cross sectional area times the length.

Area = pi r squared.

= 22/7 times .75 / 2 squared

= 3.1428571 times .375 times .375

= o.4419642 square inches

The pipe is 10 feet long, times 12 equals 120 inches long.

The pipe volume is 120 times 0.4419642 equals 53.035704 cubic inches.

The next part of the question is to convert cubic inches to gallons.

I use my Texas Instruments TI-1889

53.035704 to metric, in cubed to cm cubed = 869.09608

Divide by 1,000 equals .86909608 litres

From Metric, imp gal (I'm in Canada) to L = 0.1911781

Ta Da!

Cheerfuls

Jun 03, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

0.23 gallons. Figured out by assuming the pipe is .75 inches inside diameter. To get the volume, calculate the area of the cross-section with the formula Pi times the radius squared. Which is 0.375 squared times Pi = 0.441786. Multiply that times 12 inches per foot times 10 feet = 53 cubic inches. One gallon = 231 cubic inches.

Jun 03, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

the manufacturer may have a record of the tank size

maybe you will have to revert to old school maths and measure it ( length X width X height ) which equals the cubic capacity of the tank

If you measure it in centimetres then you will get a cubic capacity answer which will convert to litres easily

maybe you will have to revert to old school maths and measure it ( length X width X height ) which equals the cubic capacity of the tank

If you measure it in centimetres then you will get a cubic capacity answer which will convert to litres easily

May 28, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

You are really pushing the memory and you may need a memory older than mine but from what I recall around 180 cubic inches . It should have a single cylinder started by the steering wheel stuck in a fly wheel and could run in either direction depending at which point the engine fired . They mostly ran on diesel oil and used a blow torch under a cover at the head to get the combustion temperature hot enough to fire . Is that your tractor or am I too early. Any way you can work it out by finding the cylinder diameter and multiplying it by 3.14 and then multiplying that by the length of the stroke ( TDC to BDC ) and that will be the capacity in cubic inches.

Mar 16, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

Hi bro,

Cubic centimeter ( cc) is equal with 1/1000 liter (l). This means 28 liters = 28,000 cubic centimeter ( cc).

Regards,

Cubic centimeter ( cc) is equal with 1/1000 liter (l). This means 28 liters = 28,000 cubic centimeter ( cc).

Regards,

Oct 12, 2011 | Ferrari Cars & Trucks

I ~think~ the 1999 is the same as the 2000 (mine is a 2000 P71)

The 2000 CVPI (Crown Vic Police Interceptor) owners manual recommends the following:

Engine Oil - Motorcraft SAE 5W-30 Super Premium Motor Oil 5.0 quarts

Transmission Fluid - Motorcraft Mercon V ATF 13.9 quarts (fluids Mercon & Mercon V are NOT INTERCHANGEABLE, DO NOT MIX)

Fuel Tank - 19.0 gallons

Break Fluid - DOT 3

Rear Axle Lubricant - Motorcraft 80W-90 Premium Rear Axle Lubricant 3.75 pints (add 4 oz of Additive Friction Modifier C8AZ-19B546-A or equilavent meeting Ford Spec. EST-M2C118-A for complete refill of Traction-Lok Rear Axles)

Engine Data - 4.6L V8 Engine

Cubic Inches - 281

Required Fuel - 87 Octane

Firing Order - 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8

Spark Plug Gap - 1.3-1.4 mm (0.052-0.056 inch)

Ignition System - Coil On Plug

Compression Ratio - 10.0:1

I hope this helps!

The 2000 CVPI (Crown Vic Police Interceptor) owners manual recommends the following:

Engine Oil - Motorcraft SAE 5W-30 Super Premium Motor Oil 5.0 quarts

Transmission Fluid - Motorcraft Mercon V ATF 13.9 quarts (fluids Mercon & Mercon V are NOT INTERCHANGEABLE, DO NOT MIX)

Fuel Tank - 19.0 gallons

Break Fluid - DOT 3

Rear Axle Lubricant - Motorcraft 80W-90 Premium Rear Axle Lubricant 3.75 pints (add 4 oz of Additive Friction Modifier C8AZ-19B546-A or equilavent meeting Ford Spec. EST-M2C118-A for complete refill of Traction-Lok Rear Axles)

Engine Data - 4.6L V8 Engine

Cubic Inches - 281

Required Fuel - 87 Octane

Firing Order - 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8

Spark Plug Gap - 1.3-1.4 mm (0.052-0.056 inch)

Ignition System - Coil On Plug

Compression Ratio - 10.0:1

I hope this helps!

Jun 27, 2009 | 1999 Ford Crown Victoria

You did not give your engine size or other information, but here is a list from the handbook...

Cooling System Capacity (Approximate)

VORTEC

4300 V6

Automatic 12.6 quarts (11.9 L)

VORTEC

4300 V6

Manual 12.9 quarts (12.2 L)

VORTEC

4800 V8

Automatic 13.4 quarts (12.7 L)

VORTEC

4800 V8

Manual 13.7 quarts (13 L)

VORTEC

5300 V8

Automatic 13.4 quarts (12.7 L)

VORTEC

5300 V8**

Automatic 14.9 quarts (14.1 L)

VORTEC

6000 V8

Automatic 14.8 quarts (14 L)

VORTEC

6000 V8*

Automatic 14.4 quarts (13.6 L)

VORTEC

6000 V8

Manual 15.2 quarts (14.4 L)

VORTEC

6000 V8*

Manual 14.8 quarts (14 L)

VORTEC

5300 V8**

Automatic 14.9 quarts (14.1 L)

VORTEC

6000 V8

Automatic 14.8 quarts (14 L)

VORTEC

6000 V8*

Automatic 14.4 quarts (13.6 L)

VORTEC

6000 V8

Manual 15.2 quarts (14.4 L)

VORTEC

6000 V8*

Manual 14.8 quarts (14 L)

Crankcase Capacity (Approximate)

VORTEC

4300 V6

W 4.5 quarts (4.3 L)

VORTEC

4800 V8

V 6.0 quarts (5.7 L)

VORTEC

5300 V8

T 6.0 quarts (5.7 L)

VORTEC

6000 V8

U 6.0 quarts (5.7 L)

Fuel Tank Capacity (Approximate)

Short Bed 26 gallons (98 L)

Long Bed 34 gallons (128 L)

Chassis Cab 34 gallons (128 L)

Cooling System Capacity (Approximate)

VORTEC

4300 V6

Automatic 12.6 quarts (11.9 L)

VORTEC

4300 V6

Manual 12.9 quarts (12.2 L)

VORTEC

4800 V8

Automatic 13.4 quarts (12.7 L)

VORTEC

4800 V8

Manual 13.7 quarts (13 L)

VORTEC

5300 V8

Automatic 13.4 quarts (12.7 L)

VORTEC

5300 V8**

Automatic 14.9 quarts (14.1 L)

VORTEC

6000 V8

Automatic 14.8 quarts (14 L)

VORTEC

6000 V8*

Automatic 14.4 quarts (13.6 L)

VORTEC

6000 V8

Manual 15.2 quarts (14.4 L)

VORTEC

6000 V8*

Manual 14.8 quarts (14 L)

VORTEC

5300 V8**

Automatic 14.9 quarts (14.1 L)

VORTEC

6000 V8

Automatic 14.8 quarts (14 L)

VORTEC

6000 V8*

Automatic 14.4 quarts (13.6 L)

VORTEC

6000 V8

Manual 15.2 quarts (14.4 L)

VORTEC

6000 V8*

Manual 14.8 quarts (14 L)

Crankcase Capacity (Approximate)

VORTEC

4300 V6

W 4.5 quarts (4.3 L)

VORTEC

4800 V8

V 6.0 quarts (5.7 L)

VORTEC

5300 V8

T 6.0 quarts (5.7 L)

VORTEC

6000 V8

U 6.0 quarts (5.7 L)

Fuel Tank Capacity (Approximate)

Short Bed 26 gallons (98 L)

Long Bed 34 gallons (128 L)

Chassis Cab 34 gallons (128 L)

Apr 03, 2009 | 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

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