We fix up a leaking wheel seal and find some weirdness alone the way!
He is replacing the chamber I could not believe this thing just quite on me
At first, you will hear a drum sound yet it is not an air leak. however, in no time given you will start to hear the air leak sound and if you do prolong this you will see you needle drop little by little
brake chamber indicates a leaking diaphragm, and this condition must be remedied before operating the vehicle
Upon starting the engine, the driver makes a note of the position of the second hand of his watch – or begins counting, and notes the time it takes for the air to build up to a certain value – the end of the gauge’s “red zone,” is a good one. The air pressure of the system, assuming it’s starting at Zero, must reach the end of the “red” zone of the gauge – 80 psi – within 90 seconds. It must continue to build to 120 psi, according to BC DOT regulations, within 3 minutes
In this video, an air bag is removed from a car. The vehicle is old, 1997. It is a Ford Contour, also known as a mercury mystique. It has a really cool airbag installed, if I say so myself.
First disconnect negative battery terminal wire. Wait a few hours. Then remove plastic covers surrounding steering wheel, 5 screws to be removed. Now you are ready for this video.
Matthumanpizza is not responsible for anything anybody does to their vehicle, thank you
Electrically sourced harmonic oscillations originate in the crank bearings and are amplified by the gyroscopic responses to of the vibration dampener and flywheel. The gyroscopic responses transform micro vibrations into rotation torque that is fed back into the engine transforming the circular rotational forces in your crank bearings into orbital forces. the orbital forces lead to the shaking of the entire engine block and vehicle as well. when the engine is defrictionized the crank and bearing babbitt surfaces both become negatively charged. this creates a repelling field that eliminates the source of harmonic oscillations as well as all of the side effects of these electrically sourced vibrations. vibrations allow combustion gases to escape past the piston rings leading to blow by and pollution of the oil. when the vibrations are removed there is often a noticeable reduction in blow by.