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I want to check my psira

wrong site this is fixya not psira

Aug 16, 2017 | Cars & Trucks


How to heat treat metal

Need a suspension bolt but you have the correct size but not the right grade of steel? All you need is a propane torch & a thermometer that reads up to 2000 degrees. The temprature to get the steel hot at first is 1700 drgrees. A thermometer that reads up to 2000 degrees is better to have than one that reads a lower setting. Upon doing so then you use a channel lock or pliers to DUNK & QUENCH THE STEEL TILL COLD. This will take about 30 to 60 seconds. Next you heat the steel up to 700 degrees and let it air cool until cold. A half inch bolt will take about an hour to cool down before using... This process will give you a grade 80 type of rating. 3/8" at this rating will take a stress of 3500 pounds. . Of course this is rated half of the stress rating which is 7000 pounds. To get a higher rating the steel must be oil dipped to get a 100 grade rating which has to be done at a heat treating facility instead

on Dec 17, 2010 | Chevrolet Corvette Cars & Trucks

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I want to check my psira

wrong site need to notify psira

May 04, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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If go from 89 grade gas *which I have used for ions* down to 87 grade for last 3-4 fill ups, can that screw up my fuel pump by chance??

No, because it is still 'gas'. The only difference is the octane rating, the volatile ingredient that goes 'bang'.

Like drinking 100' proof vodka and then going down to 70' vodka. It's still vodka right? :>)

Nov 23, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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we do not have access to that information notify the issuing company or provider ---

Sep 06, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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What type of oil grade should i use in my 2001 audi 2.8 a4 quattro..this car came with no owners manual,and its time to change..thanks

Engine oil capacity with oil filter replacement = 6.0 litres.

Oil grade for 2001 Audi A4 Quattro 2.8
1. SAE 5W-30 / 5W-40, VW 502.00 - all temperatures.
2. SAE 10W-30 / 10W-40, VW 502.00 - all temperatures.
3. SAE 5W-50, VW 501.01 - all temperatures.
4. SAE 10W-50 / 10W-60, VW 501.01 - all temperatures.
5. SAE 5W-30 / 5W-40, VW 501.01 - bellow +15 Celsius degrees.
6. SAE 10W-30 / 10W-40, VW 501.01 - bellow +15 Celsius degrees.
7. SAE 15W-40 / 15W-50, VW 501.01 - above -15 Celsius degrees.
8. SAE 20W-40 / 20W-50, VW 501.01 - above -15 Celsius degrees.

LONGLIFE engine oil:
1. SAE 5W-30, VW 504.00 - all temperatures.
2. SAE 0W-30, VW 503.00 - all temperatures.

Please do rate my response. Thanks!

Jan 26, 2011 | 2001 Audi A4

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Fuel grade

Your Solara requires 89 octane regular unleaded.

Nov 06, 2008 | 2002 Toyota Camry Solara

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Depends on the tempurate where you live,

see this link for some great info:


Viscosity ratings for commonly used motor oils typically range from 0 up to 50. A "W" after the number stands for "Winter" grade oil, and represents the oil's viscosity at zero degrees F.
Low viscosity motor oils that pour easily at low temperatures typically have a "5W" or "10W" rating. There are also 15W and 20W grade motor oils.
Higher viscosity motor oils that are thicker and better suited for high temperature operation typically have an SAE 30, 40 or even 50 grade rating.
These numbers, by the way, are for "single" or "straight" weight oils. Such oils are no longer used in late model automotive engines but may be required for use in some vintage and antique engines. Straight SAE 30 oil is often specified for small air-cooled engines in lawnmowers, garden tractors, portable generators and gas-powered chain saws.

Basically for your car I would run 5W-30, this keeps you covered in warm and cold climates, 10w-30 is the best choice if you live in a climate with temperatures that never go below 0degre''s Farenheight.

Hope this helps

Jul 03, 2008 | 2003 Hyundai Tiburon

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