Question about Bladez Synapse SX6i Elliptical

when you say it seems to be using too much, that is just a feeling

what you have to do is fill it right up and press the trip meter on the speedo

then you drive/use the vehicle normally until you are around 1/4 tank on the gauge

fill it right up again and record the reading on the trip meter

reset the trip meter and use normally again

repeat the process say for 4 tank fills recording each trip distance

then you will see what the fuel consumption is for example 40 liters for 400 klms is 10 liters per 100 klms or 20 galls for 200 miles is 10 gallons per 100 miles

the requirement to record distance and fuel put in will give you an accurate consumption over traffic, driving and atmospheric conditions from there you can ask --is this consumption figure around right for the car?

what you have to do is fill it right up and press the trip meter on the speedo

then you drive/use the vehicle normally until you are around 1/4 tank on the gauge

fill it right up again and record the reading on the trip meter

reset the trip meter and use normally again

repeat the process say for 4 tank fills recording each trip distance

then you will see what the fuel consumption is for example 40 liters for 400 klms is 10 liters per 100 klms or 20 galls for 200 miles is 10 gallons per 100 miles

the requirement to record distance and fuel put in will give you an accurate consumption over traffic, driving and atmospheric conditions from there you can ask --is this consumption figure around right for the car?

Aug 11, 2016 | Nissan Cars & Trucks

To test a twin ignition coil on a motorcycle you will need a pocket multimeter.

With the meter set to kilo-ohms(1000 ohms) scale,place one test lead into one spark plug cap & the other test lead into the other plug cap.(this is called the ignition coil secondary resistance) The reading should be around 20-40kilo ohms.

If a high reading exists check again with spark plug caps removed(they un screw from the lead) then check caps seperate. Caps typically read 5 to 10 kilo-ohms.

A faulty plug cap is not as un-common as you might think.

To test ignition coil primary resistance set the meter to ohms(lowest scale) Place one meter test lead to the small wire going into the coil & the other test lead onto the coils body(where its metal) The reading should be only 2 to 5 ohms.

With the meter set to kilo-ohms(1000 ohms) scale,place one test lead into one spark plug cap & the other test lead into the other plug cap.(this is called the ignition coil secondary resistance) The reading should be around 20-40kilo ohms.

If a high reading exists check again with spark plug caps removed(they un screw from the lead) then check caps seperate. Caps typically read 5 to 10 kilo-ohms.

A faulty plug cap is not as un-common as you might think.

To test ignition coil primary resistance set the meter to ohms(lowest scale) Place one meter test lead to the small wire going into the coil & the other test lead onto the coils body(where its metal) The reading should be only 2 to 5 ohms.

on Jul 15, 2010 | Motorcycles

school work you should solve by yourself... not by fixya...

you have following data:

v = volume = 320liters

d = distance = 2383km (kilometers is a single word...)

there is several formula to solve this mathematical problem, if you want how many liters per 100km formula is as follows:

(v/d) x 100 = 100km/ltr just substitute your data

if you hear then that vehicle is using 7.5ltr/100km that was the formula. unfortunately - you need to calculate your own data, this was just an example...

another variation is distance per liter, there is formula:

d/v = distance (kilometers) per liter

if you hear that car is driving 11km/ltr - that is again, and example, you need to calculate your own data...

enjoy! and vote...

you have following data:

v = volume = 320liters

d = distance = 2383km (kilometers is a single word...)

there is several formula to solve this mathematical problem, if you want how many liters per 100km formula is as follows:

(v/d) x 100 = 100km/ltr just substitute your data

if you hear then that vehicle is using 7.5ltr/100km that was the formula. unfortunately - you need to calculate your own data, this was just an example...

another variation is distance per liter, there is formula:

d/v = distance (kilometers) per liter

if you hear that car is driving 11km/ltr - that is again, and example, you need to calculate your own data...

enjoy! and vote...

Feb 10, 2015 | Haier DWL3525DDBB 24 inch Built-in Tall...

It depends on which type of motor you have; if it is an interference motor, it should be changed every 60,000 to 70,000 miles. You can write down your vin # and call the dealer to find out. You may also consider changing the water pump if it's driven by the timing belt, as the belt has to be removed for the changeover.

Nov 03, 2010 | 2000 Toyota Avalon

The firing order on your bike is 1,3,4,2. These bikes use what is called a wasted spark system. They fire whenever the piston reaches top dead centre.

That is to say they fire on top dead centre compression as well as top dead centre rock-over( exhaust/inlet ). Each coil has two leads on them.

The left coil goes to number 1 & 4 cylinders.

The right coil goes to number 2 & 3 cylinders.

The GPX 750(like most road bikes) have a resistor type spark plug cap on them that was prone to cause problems.

To test the coils/caps, use a multi-meter to test their secondary resistance.

To do this set the meter to kilo-ohms(1000 ohms), place one meter probe in one plug cap & the other probe in the other plug cap( i.e. 1&4, 2&3 )

The meter should read 10kilo-ohms to 15 kilo-ohms.

If it reads higher than that try un-screwing each cap & test the coils with the caps removed by probing the leads. If the coils(without caps)read about 5 to

10 kilo-ohms, check the caps.

The caps should read 5 kilo-ohms each.

It is very common to find these open-circuited.

Replace any open circuit caps.

I hope this has been of some help.

Otherwise if you can be a little more spacific with your problem I will try to help further.

Regards Andrew Porrelli

That is to say they fire on top dead centre compression as well as top dead centre rock-over( exhaust/inlet ). Each coil has two leads on them.

The left coil goes to number 1 & 4 cylinders.

The right coil goes to number 2 & 3 cylinders.

The GPX 750(like most road bikes) have a resistor type spark plug cap on them that was prone to cause problems.

To test the coils/caps, use a multi-meter to test their secondary resistance.

To do this set the meter to kilo-ohms(1000 ohms), place one meter probe in one plug cap & the other probe in the other plug cap( i.e. 1&4, 2&3 )

The meter should read 10kilo-ohms to 15 kilo-ohms.

If it reads higher than that try un-screwing each cap & test the coils with the caps removed by probing the leads. If the coils(without caps)read about 5 to

10 kilo-ohms, check the caps.

The caps should read 5 kilo-ohms each.

It is very common to find these open-circuited.

Replace any open circuit caps.

I hope this has been of some help.

Otherwise if you can be a little more spacific with your problem I will try to help further.

Regards Andrew Porrelli

Jan 28, 2010 | 1987 kawasaki GPX 750 R

12x60=720 meters in one minute the distance traved is 720 meters in one minute so in four minutes the vechilce has travled 720x4 minutes =2880 meters in four minutes.

Aug 26, 2009 | 1998 Dodge Ram 1500 4WD

I'm afraid I can't tell you how to re-set your scales, but these days the UK is part of Europe, and like it or not, we all need to get used to thinking in kilos (and, for that matter, in metres instead of yards).

1 kilo = 2.2 lbs. So all you need to do is to take the kilo figure and multiply it by 2.2 to get your weight in lbs. So if, for example, your scales show 60 kilos, multiply that by 2.2 and you get 132 lbs.

1 kilo = 2.2 lbs. So all you need to do is to take the kilo figure and multiply it by 2.2 to get your weight in lbs. So if, for example, your scales show 60 kilos, multiply that by 2.2 and you get 132 lbs.

Jul 14, 2009 | Soehnle 63700 Calando Quattrotronic Scale

oil and filter should be every 3,000 miles, that is approx 5,000 kilometers.

Apr 13, 2009 | 1996 Mercury Grand Marquis

u shud get a different assembly of the meters which shows kilometers or else the bevel gear inside the assembly shud be changed so tht it shows in kms

May 26, 2008 | 2007 Chrysler Town & Country LX New Cars

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