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Need to calculate thickness of wood needed for a span across two posts, posts would be 100mmx100mmx2000mm, top piece of wood would need to be 2000mm between posts with a v8 5 litre engine hanging off


What type of wood, which way is the grain going, how many knots in the wood? Normal safety factors double the load weight so you should plan for a 1100kg load (Approx 1.25 US tons). Wood is not really a predictable load bearing item and you want it over a 6 foot wide gap with a potential of just over a ton in the middle? Yes you can make calculations if you know your material but even the uprights at 4ins square seem rather small.

Feb 07, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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Need to span a LVL beam 14ft. with only 2x6 joists to carry and no other loads on a interior wall< so I can open up a wall


Hi Dave:
Cars & trucks section so you may not get many answers.
I'm a retired Building Inspector so have a general idea of what you are talking about.
There are several variables that come into consideration.....
- Supported joist length
- Load on those joists
- You'll find the required beam size in the appropriate tables.
Your local Building Inspector should be able to assist you.
Cheers

Mar 28, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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No power to right side (PS) headlight low beam plug socket, new bulb, fuse is good. High beam works, blinker works, park light works. just no low beam and doesn't register any voltage on volt meter.


check low beam fuse when switched on if it has voltage registering across the fuse ,if there is voltage across the low beam RHS fuse then it is possibly a pinched wire from the headlight running back towards inside of the car

Jan 30, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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Fuse box layout for 2005 honda crv


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30 Power Window Relay
Fuel Pump
ACG
ABS/VSA
Heated Seats*
Front Fog Lights*
Not used
Rear Wiper
ODS (Occupant Detection System)
Meter
SRS
Right Headlight High Beam
Left Headlight High Beam
Small Light (Interior)
Small Light (Exterior)
Right Headlight Low Beam
Left Headlight Low Beam
Main Headlight High Beam
Small Lights MAIN
TPMS
Headlight Low Beam
Not used
Not used
Moonroof*
Door Lock
Front Left Power Window
HAC Option
Rear Accessory Socket
Accessory
Front Right Power Window
Accessory Power Socket on the Center Table*
Rear Right Power Window
Rear Left power window
ACC Radio
ACC Key lock
HAC
Daytime Running Lights
Front Wiper * If equipped

Dec 06, 2013 | 2005 Honda CR-V

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2006 Hyundai Tycson GL Headlight Problems


Could be a defective headlight relay, Located in the fuse block in engine compartment,

Nov 29, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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Dash says bulb failure dipped beam


The car runs self checks on everything that carries a current as it starts up. It 'thinks' one of your bulbs has gone.

Put your dipped beams on and visually check to see if the bulb has indeed blown. It can however make mistakes if there is a poor connection (emery paper on the contacts and try reinstalling the 'blown' bulb) or even that the load was just 'off' from what was expected.
Chances are though - you just need a new bulb!

Dec 05, 2010 | 2000 Volvo S80

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I cant get my high beams to turn on. New bulbs.


the problem could be in your fuse control....check on the fuses related to your high beam and get back

Aug 15, 2009 | 1993 Chevrolet Corsica

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Low Beams keep burning out! Sometime both sides. I replaced approx. 6 bulbs in the past 3 months. All other lights are working fine. No short indicated. 2002 Toyota RAV4


Hmm, That is rather whacky.

You'll need 2 (two) people, probably, unless you have a Volt-Ohm meter with really long leads.

Attach VOM (20v range DC across low beam circuit (ex: pull the bulb out and push the probes into the low beam slots). Start vehicle. Note voltage. Should be somewhere between 13.5 and 14.4 Volts DC. (If you read neg voltage, you've got the leads reversed!!!). If too high, voltage regulator may be shot.

Have someone rev the engine to, say, 3500 RPM. Measure voltage at that RPM to see if still in nominal (<14.5 VDC) range. This could also indicate faulty voltage regulator.

return everything to normal.

Oh, one other by-the-by: You're not using those HID look-a-like bulbs sold at auto parts stores, are you? They are notoriously cheap and have notoriously short lives.

Good luck.

Start vehicle, turn on low beams. with Volt-Ohm meter (VOM), m

Mar 05, 2009 | 2002 Toyota RAV4

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