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What octane rating should I use in a 2016 Toyota Carola


91 regular is good enough
no e10 mix
if you want a bit more economy 95 will be better but depends on the cost to you

Feb 25, 2017 | Toyota Corolla Cars & Trucks

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How do I get decent gas mileage?


To put it as simple as I can --the faster you go the more fuel you use-- Not rocket science really.-- At the recommended speed the vehicle is in the optimal torque range and is returning the best economy for that speed . any thing over and it takes a big nose dive.. At the recommended speed you have maximum control of the vehicle and it will last the longest time . Now you have to improve the economy by paying attention to the following items
Tyre width , size pressure is critical to economy
Loads being carried at speed is critical to economy
Add-ons such as load racks add to fuel usage so take them off.
Fast take offs at lights uses fuel. If you let the engine bog down instead of changing gears will use fuel.
Not using the cruise control uses more fuel as every time you alter the accelerator pedal position that is extra fuel being used.
Using E fuel mixes will lower economy. So economy is a matter of your driving habits and not of the make of vehicle.
If you want better economy at the speed syou travel at then visit a speed shop and have the CPU re-chipped for more power at the higher rpm's but be aware that it may void your warranty on the vehicle.

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What are some advantages and disadvantages of raising minimum wage rates?


Well the advantages are obvious for the employee. One major disadvantage is it fuels inflation.

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Kilometers liter per


asking for fuel economy
what engine?>
lots of engines, used, on corolla world wide
there are 3 numbers, the mixed i totally ignore.
1: city (horrid stop and go traffic)
2: open road, constant speed, faster less......

the biggest factor is the driver... and speed.
or conditions.
if you drive, up the rocky mountains here, and fill up on top
it will be less. there is no free lunch.
all that counts is who good it can be, ???

my 1.6L EFI engine gets
In metric 8.4Liter /100km

see other factors that can drop MPG here ?
drop fuel economy here.
see 24 reasons.... good list !

http://www.fixkick.com/MPG.html

Dec 10, 2013 | 1998 Toyota Corolla

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Had coolant mix with oil and froth engine. Replaced head gaskets and other gaskets and after starting up, I get a idle surge. Checked for vacuum leaks and have not found any. Replaced EIS but cleaned other...


take the car tothe shop, let them diagnos the problem,find out which sensor is bad and change it your self. you'll have to pay for the diagnosis, but at least you will find out which part to change.

Feb 25, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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Are there disadvantages to gripping my ping pong paddle using a "Chinese" style penhold grip?


You will find that the largest disadvantage is that it will weaken your backhand.

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Best setting for indoor


There are three possible solutions for you:

1. Just use the Daylight (direct sun) white balance setting. Electronic flash is typically close to the direct sunlight setting for white balance. Advantages: it is simple. Disadvantages: if you are balancing electronic flash with ambient light, you are likely to have an odd mixture of lighting, with the ambient lighting tending toward red (if incandescent) or green (if flourescent).

2. Get a Wratten 85 color correction gel that you can cover your flash's head with, and use the Tungsten white balance setting. This will bring your flash output into line with existing incandescent light sources. Advantages: almost as simple as (1), and allows you to come close to matching a common indoor lighting situation. This will produce more natural-looking environmental shots if you balance the flash and incandescent ambient light contributions to the exposure. Disadvantages: large gel filters get expensive. You may be able to obtain something close to the Wratten 85 color correction filter from a theater supply house more cheaply. Roscolux #3408 is slightly weaker and #3411 is slightly stronger than the Wratten 85. If you have to balance flash with flourescent light sources, try a Roscolux in the cyan series leading to #4360. Some experimentation is likely to be required. The place I looked online offered the Roscolux in 20x24" sheets for about $7 per sheet, a bargain compared to the optical-grade Wratten filters.

3. Set a custom white balance. This is not too difficult, and it will definitely provide the best approximation to your desired white balance that you will obtain in the field. Advantages: this will allow you to reproduce white accurately even with mixed lighting sources. Combine with gel over flash of (2) for the very best approach to balanced flash/incandescent lighting situations. Disadvantages: requires a "white" target (can be a neutral gray photo card, for example) and some additional time before a photo session.

You can obtain some striking effects by purposely mixing color temperature light sources. But day in and day out, getting a balanced shot is a skill that it pays to cultivate.

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Power source problem


Gasoline-powered chainsaws use a two-cycle engine (requiring mixing of oil and gas). Mobility and power are the main advantages of gas. Disadvantages include the bother and smell of mixing oil and gas, pull cord starting and the additional overall maintenance needed. Electric saws are great for smaller yard chores. They're quieter than their gas-powered cousins, lightweight, easy to start and require less maintenance. However, they have less power than gasoline-powered saws. They also add the bother of dragging a cord around behind you.

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