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How to stop nosebleeding


Decide the cause of the nose bleed
If it follows a blow to the head and the blood is thin and watery it could indicate leakage from the brain.
Fresh bright red blood would indicate a ruptured blood vessel in the nostril.
Sit the patient down
Lean the head forward to allow the nostrils to drain.
Breathe through the mouth
Pinch the nostrils to stem the flow, keeping the head leaning forward.
Hold this position for 10 minutes. Repeat, if still bleeding.
When bleeding stops, avoid exertion and blowing the nose.
If bleeding persists after 30 minutes seek medical advice

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I have a 1992 F150 5 speed, it will not go in gear. You can a screwdriver in the synchronizer and I can get it to work. What do I need to fix it?


hydrocit cluch needs to be bleed. park on hill with bleeder valve as high as you can get it. use baby noses cleaner to pull air bubble out of bottom slave cycender.

Oct 09, 2016 | 1992 Ford F150 SuperCab

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Nose bleeds when blowing it


firstly, do not blow it anymore. simply wipe. putting your head back slightly and pinching your nose gently for a few minutes may stop the bleeding. If you are taking blood thinners (even aspirin), please call your doctor. If it persists, please go to your nearest Urgent Care facility. Other reasons may include getting hit or bumped there recently, a spike in blood pressure, side effects of medications or their interactions, irritation from your environment (atmospheric dryness, especially in your house) or past history of bleeding problems. Even dietary factors can cause it. Don't bother with 'old wives tales' remedies like irrigating your nose with water or putting ice on the back of your neck (where the heck did that one come from). the first one can infect your sinuses and the second one does not work. Never, ever use a netti pot. Don't stick anything in your nose. Nonsterile cotton is filthy. and no physician in his or her right mind would try to diagnose you over the telephone. There is a good cause for what you have and the above 'stop measure' is temporary. Don't ignore this. If you are old it might be something serious. No solution until you see a doctor face-to-face.

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Tools needed to remove master clutch cylinder on 1999 kia sportage


A 10 or 12 mm wrench to remove cylinder and needle nose plyers to remove clip from end of cylinder that connects to clutch pedal.8mm line wrench to disconnect line fom cylinder.After you install,bleed at the clutch slave cylinder,use 8mm line wrench,it's not a open end wrench,it almost covers the bolt,made so you can't strip the head.

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How do you bleed the breaks pumping them dont work


Bleeding brake lines requires 2 people. If you are sure your problem is air in the brake lines then you need to bleed the air out. First step is to be sure the brake fluid reservoir is full of fluid. Then crawl under the car starting at the right rear tire. There is a small fitting that is near where the brake line enters the back of the wheel assembly. You will need a wrench to fit this fitting. Have someone in the car to pump the brake pedal three times and the last time hold the pedal down firmly. At that point you will loosen the fitting at the wheel and brake fluid will spray from the fitting. If there is air in the lines, it will make a popping sound when it escapes with the brake fluid. The person in the car should hold the brake pedal down until you tighten the fitting back. If they let up on the pedal before you tighten the fitting it will draw air back into the lines. If no air pops out, you may have to repeat the process several times per wheel. Move to the other rear wheel, repeat then to the right wheel, then the left front wheel. During the bleeding process, be sure to keep the brake fluid reservoir full of brake fluid. Obviously, don't get the fluid into your eyes, mouth or nose. Also it can cause rashes and reddening of the skin so you may want to wear rubber gloves. It will leave an oily stain if you let it flow onto your driveway or garage floor, so keep them covered during bleeding.

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Have just renewed two front brake noses that were damaged,abs l


ABS System must be obligatory bleeded also using a diagnostic scantool like VAS, VAG-COM, Bosch KTS, ... connected to the Data Link Connector (DLC) of the car. In the ABS Electronic Control Unit (ECU) menu, select the ABS bleeding option, then follow instructions on the screen !!!

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04 dodge ram 1500 HEMI's new brake pads won't fit


what you need to do is line clamp brake hose so you dont push dirty brake fluid back into your system..(you can use a pair of needle nose visegrips if you dont own an actual line clamp) loosen bleeder at this point, remove caliper from attatching bracket, with old pad still installed next to piston use a big C-clamp to compress piston, just make sure clamp is centered and compress slowly allowing brake fluid to escape through loosened bleeder... once compressed tighten bleeder and install caliper and pads remove lineclamp....******NOTE******* no need to bleed the system cause of lineclamp procedure... Make sure upon reassembly you use plenty of brake lube on all sliding caliper parts...Good Luck

Dec 31, 2008 | 2004 Dodge Ram 1500

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