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Not all snakes lay eggs--70% of them do, while the rest give live birth. Snakes that give birth to their young without laying eggs are called viviparous. These snakes live in colder climates, where eggs would not incubate as well. Snakes that lay eggs fall into two categories, oviparous and ovoviviparous. The eggs have a hard shell that protects them, and they are usually placed under leaf litter or loose soil, or within a hollow stump or burrow.
As a retired policeman, I can say I've never heard of this. Sounds like urban legend, there's so many ways they can get you to stop without wasting an egg or counting on their throwing arm to actually hit you. I've seen eggs on cars for vandalism or an attempt to damage the paint. When in doubt roll the window down and keep driving, call 911 and tell them. If an unmarked police car tries to pull you over tell them through a closed window that you'll drive to the nearest place with lots of people, a Wal-Mart, police, fire or even a gas station.
The jar was a makeshift to allow the vacume to build up. Without this vacume when you put a load on the engine the air condition stops cooling. till the load is removed. (not acellerating,or going up a hill)
If, by sub oil, you mean "oil substitute", there are many different types. One example would be to substitute applesauce for oil when baking. Would you be baking or frying, though?----------------------------------------------------------------------------- tacho pro 2008
Not sure if engine coolant smells like rotten egs when it burns inside the cylinders , but it sounds like you may have blown a head gasket. Coolant and/or oil could be getting inside combustion chamber. Another possibility is that the catyletic converter might have broken up and colapsed onto the screen where it goes into the exhaust. Might give the rotten egg smell and block the exhaust enough to cause backpressure sufficient to cause the engine to run poorly too.
Try putting your palm over the exhaust pipe , if the exhaust is coming out in pulses (pop ,pop,pop) thats normal , if it is just slowly flowing out with no noticable pulses , I would check into the cat converter problem.
key will not stay programmed for long ,disconnect battery .starter relay can be made to work quite easly same as fuel relay,but try by-passing the ECU to get the dammed thing to spark ????its an impossibility without a wiring diagram for the ECU so you can solder a switching transistor to join the collector and the emmiter .Call the main dealer and hope you dont lay the golden egg ,re-programming a car thats lost it memory from a dead battery sould not cost more than 200€ but i have have headr of cases where its the old golden egg job ,,,,,,new ECU 800+€ can fit a secondhand one only new ----???---¡¡¡ repair cost more the value of the car