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Most new generation cars has this feature to warn you that something is wrong. To explain further when your auxiliary fan
is not working on the engine is hot, this causes the high pressure side on your ac system to reach around 350 psi and thru a sensor cuts off the ac compressor. This causes the ac not to work until the pressure goes back to normal.

Motorsports | Answered on Jun 13, 2016


OH&S issue
issue warning about conduct being contrary to code of conduct if you have one if not warning about conduct being contrary to expectations and bringing company name into disrepute
as well as making the workplace unsafe for other employees
as the OH&S act states that the workplace should be a physiological
and psychologically safe enviroment and his or her conduct is contrary to the legislation further occurences lead to dismissal

Bradford... | Answered on Mar 06, 2016


With a growler and a hacksaw blade cut to the correct length

Motorsports | Answered on Mar 06, 2016


remove fuel pump relay run engine till it stops (no fuel pressure in line remove clamps with hose clamp pliers wqe7ruull fule lines from filter then undo the clip at the other end of the two short pieces of fuel line and discard insert the two new pieces of fuel line in the kit put the 4 hose clamps on the new fuel hoses 2 on each insert the filter into the flexible hoses and refit the two hose clamps replace the fuel pump relay turn on ignition and wait for fuel pump to stop
start engine + check for fuel leaks at filter or hoses

Motorsports | Answered on Mar 06, 2016


pressure plate
clutch plate
thrust bearing
pilot bearing or bush (really important}
slave cylinder or clutch cable (if not hydraulic}
brake fluid
brake bleeder (vacuum or pressure}
lubricant for the bearing (HTB grease} or
lubricant for the bush (engine oil ~ soak for 24 hours before inserting
lubricant for the clutch cable if not hydraulic (10w oil}
Clutch Alignment tool (old 1st motion shaft} / universal alignment tool
an assistant ~ someone who works for love beer or money
workshop manual for specs eg torque setting for pressure plate bolt

Motorsports | Answered on Mar 06, 2016


Sensor is out of range as the signal is not being reflected directly to it some tin foil on the wall of the garage in the right spot will do the trick

Motorsports | Answered on Mar 06, 2016


need more info please to wot the problem is ! wot engine etc ! how does the problem start etc ? P.....

Motorsports | Answered on Mar 06, 2016


Simple
Assuming the cars are of equal calibre, just hold the pedal to the metal for longer, brake later & accelerate as fast as possible if not braking or cornering. That is the winning formula. Otherwise get a faster car

Motorsports | Answered on Mar 06, 2016


Look at your gas cap. There is a seal. You are looking for cracks that will allow air into the tank. This causes the vacumn that captures fuel fumes to not occur. The empty tank gives a larger volume to have to lower the pressure making the problem show up.

Motorsports | Answered on Feb 08, 2016


Could be a lot of things, sounds like a coil, when it gets hot enough it shuts down. Could be a lot of dirt in the gas tank and plugging the filter, try changing the filter again and see if it keeps running

Motorsports | Answered on Feb 03, 2016


Sounds like fuel vaporization check the heat of the fuel pump it can be warm but not hot the fuel from the tank which is cold should be cooling the pump, check for air leaks or loose connections on inlet side of the pump if there is a leak on the pressure or outlet side of the pump it will be obvious. then check fuel the pump relay by swapping it with another relay.

Motorsports | Answered on Jan 28, 2016


Same amount of turns on both sides adjust with both wheels off ground and go until right then 1/2 to 1 turn and lock it

Motorsports | Answered on Jan 28, 2016


I hope he does. I use to kinda like him but got tired of his rude obnoxious attitude.
Now he mu#der someone and got away with it. The power of the $$$ from all his sponsors and followers was the reason he walked away, funny how that works.

Motorsports | Answered on Dec 25, 2015


Sounds like an intermittent starter solenoid. Look for loose connectors or wires on the solenoid itself. Unplug them and then replug them. Check the connection of the connectors themselves to the wires. If they are loose you normally can repair them with a soldering iron. If the problem persists after you have tried these fixes than it's possibly the solenoid itself wearing out and will need to be replaced. Determining root cause on Intermittent electrical problems is often times very difficult to determine. Yours could be any number of things from a battery going bad to any device in the circuit from the ignition switch to the starter itself. Your best bet is to take it to an expert. Autozone will run the diagnostics for you for free to determine if any faults are registered in your computer. Give them a try.

Motorsports | Answered on Dec 05, 2015


Lucas , Sea foam and Royal Purple are popular brands of fuel system cleaner. You may also want to consider replaceing the fuel filter.

Motorsports | Answered on Dec 05, 2015


check the relay and fuse if they are ok check the power coming from the ignition switch make sure it is powering up that circuit if it is check the fuel pump

Motorsports | Answered on Dec 05, 2015


Smoke in the exhaust is a result of either too much gas or something other than gas being burned and there are a couple possibilities of what else could be burning. So there's a chance that either you mixed something in your gas you put in, or your engine is burning oil, you are burning antifreeze, or you're just burning too much gas but the engine wouldn't run very well. You didn't say anything about other issues...like how overall the engine is running but the engine could just need a tune up?

But antifreeze usually burns white so because you said it was black smoke (usually more blue colored when oil is the cause) I don't think it's antifreeze.

Black smoke can appear due to an engine that needs a tune up but it's usually not that noticeable.
The most common reason for heavy smoke coming out the tailpipe is because you're burning oil.

If you find you have to add a lot of oil regularly to the crank case and there are no obvious leaks (look for spills on the pavement where the bike is parked) then you're probably burning that oil and with the smoke you see...that just about nails the cause of the smoke.

How do you fix it? Usually you have to change the rings on the cylinder/s. Cold be one Cylinder or all of them. But generally if you do one cylinder you do them all since while you're doing it...why not do them all?

So based on what you've said...that's the best I can do.

Factory Effex... | Answered on Oct 06, 2015


probably can if they are available from the service agent parts
if not consider using stockings cut to size in their place

Red Defy Helmet... | Answered on Jul 14, 2015

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