Is there an alternative fuel source besides oil?

yes there is it could be water or something else like that

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What is da best Tire Shine 2 make da tires really sine and stay shined 4 a long peiord of time?

Armor-All Tire ShineEdit, 8/31/08: Actually, Armor-All Tire Shine may leave your tires looking shiny for a little while, but can be harmful to the rubber.When seeking a tire shine product, find one that has no solvents or VOC's (look at your tire shine, does it have acetone in it? Think about tha...

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If a Peugeot 106 Quicksilver is not lowered but the back tires rub on the inside of the car body what could be wrong?

Have you changed your wheels to wider style? Have you got a boot full of crap? Are the wheels standard width? Are the tyres the correct size (height width depth etc etc? most likely blown shocks

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What can you reuse?

plastic bags , tires , books, clothes , shoes , and old toys and other can be reuse

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Can you reuse same head bolts1996 Geo Tracker?

You can, but I would advise against it. The old bolts have streatched and you should install new head bolts.

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How can you persuade you to recycle?

you can reward the people and just sort of let them know its the right thing to do -Jein P.

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How many garbage men in one truck?

Depends on what type. A traditional rear loader usually ends up being two people per truck. however, trucks doing dumpsters (whether they be front loaders, side loaders, or roll off trucks) only require one. Likewise with barrel loaders such as the ones made by AMREP and PendPac - only one person...

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Where are all the recycled parts on Build-a-Bearville?

The roof but not the car body just the roof. the spare tyred can berecycled but not the others-for childrens swings this spare tyre can be used. in all only 5% can be recycled this is very sad and due to this our earth will in fact blow up!!!!! we bnot kiddin wot do u think happend to mars. every...

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What items can be reused?

Tires, rims, and steering wheel

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Why are plastic water bottles bad?

plastic water bottles are bad for the environment because first they START decomposing after 700 years, all the chemicals in the plastic go into the air we breathe and the places where they make water bottles (factories) are putting toxic fumes in the air plus they have to go get the oil used to ...

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What is primary recycling?

the most common examples of primary recycling (reuse) are with glass containers, where milk and drinks bottles are returned to be cleaned and used again. reuse is not widely practiced in relation to plastic packaging - plastic products in general end to be discarded after first use. however, ther...

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What is the current price paid for scrap to junk an automobile in Pennsylvania?

Contact a local wrecking yard for current prices.

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How much trash can a garbage truck hold?

it depends on how big the truck is

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What is the scrap metal from a bus worth?

Scrap metal prices change almost daily. Call your local scrap metal yard for current prices.

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How can you reuse?

You can reuse stuff by using it again. Example: You use a gallon of milk, you can reuse the container it came in to hold water to water your plants.

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What holds waste from homes when a sewer lines is not available?

They have a septic tank. It is a tank underground, roughly 4x6x6 feet and a lateral field which is a series of perforated pipes that let the water seep into the ground.

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Is it best to make cars from Aluminum or Steel?

I would suggest that Aluminum is preferable. It is lighter than steel, which can result in a higher performance vehicle (faster acceleration, better braking, improved fuel economy). Furthermore, unlike steel, aluminum will not rust. Aluminum is also easier to recycle. Aluminum cars have a stiffer...

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How long does it take for a car to be sold at auction?

Frequently it takes from 1 till 14 days auction time. The car is sold till the days, which is set from the seller, are not over. Also the car is sold only when the reserve price is reached. When you go to an online car auction there you can see the time, how much remains.

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What is the scrap metal from a car worth?

Unfortunately very little.Iron, which makes up quite a bit of a modern Car, is only worth about 10 cents a pound. And most cars way between 2 and 4 thousand pounds.Alluminum is what most of non-body components are made of I.e. your engine, carborator all that good stuff. (note that it's an alumin...

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What are all the parts of a car?

This is too general a question to entertain an answer.

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What problems may occur if your car hasn't been driven for about a year?

Gas in tank can go bad, the octane can degrade. Battery can need a charge or replaced. Spark plugs can loose conductivity, should be replaced. Fuel filter should be replaced. The oil can degrade, replace it and the oil filter. If the engine does start, the piston chambers can be stuck so before s...

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How does recycling help your community?

by saving trees, saving land that is used for TRASH storage, less pollution (garbage smell)

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Are plastic water bottles biodegradable?

No. No plastic is biodegradable unless it's made from vegetable oil. Most plastic is made from fossil fuel oil.

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What is the proper way to flush a 1996 Bonneville radiator?

At the bottom of the radiator there is a valve turn the valve and watch it go. If you wanna backflush the whole cooling system(good idea) remove the lower radiator hose and your block drain (lowest part of the block usually) and put a water hose into the lower rad hose and flush out all the crap

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What are the challenges of reuse?

the risk of the thing you are reusing will be worn out or something worse is wrong with it. you will put all that work in it then just have to fix it again.

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How long does it take to repossess a car?

Based on personal experience, 20 minutes from time of assignment up to 2 yrs.

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How much water do you use washing a car?

now some may well say you use soap and water so the concentration of water to soap you will depend on how much water you use. If you use chicken stock cubes you will use alot less water. or gravy powder for that matter. Can i also suggest you you put flour and eggs on your car before washing as t...

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What some parts of a car that can be recycled?

The entire vehicle can be recycled. All the parts are recyclable.

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How are car engines recycled?

They are crushed/shredded and the different metals are separated along with the rest of the vehicle.

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What happens if you use a water hose at home to wash your car?

Some places have water shortages and droughts. There may be local laws restricting the use of a hose. Washing cars with a hose may be banned. People breaking those laws may be fined, or worse.

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What happens to a car when it gets recycled?

The car will be stripped of any reusable parts then it is sent to a grinder that grinds it up into small pieces that are sorted out into piles of steel, aluminum, plastics, upholstery, etc.

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What are the human benefits of reuse?

a cleaner world and eventualy reusing and recycling things you can make the money you spent and make more off of.

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What can tires be recycled for?

Tires can be recycled for many things. Just to name a few some can be turned into a playground substance. Another way is to turn it into mulch. They are routinely used for door mats, new tires & shoes.

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What materials are used in cars?

metal and plastic and aliminium^ wrong!aluminium - for car bodies + wheel hubs.iron/steel - for car bodies.copper - for electrical wires.lead - for lead-acid batteries.plastic - for dials, dashboards + bumpers.pvc - for metal wirings.glass + plastic - for windscreens.fibre - for seats.hope i help...

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Is it safe to use permatex plastic weld on a car radiator?

I doubt very much it will hold.

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What make of car is used in Road to Perdition?

The car used by Tom Hanks in the film was a late 1920's Buick. It couldn't have been 30's, because their family would have to be rich and if you actually paid attention to the movie, you would know that they're not rich.

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Are there any holes in a car where water can enter into the cabin?

yes there are holes in the car where water can enter the cabin,the pipes and electricl wires come in and out of the cabin in to the engine.there is normally a plastic grommet inserted through the holes but they are not leak proof.

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What method to decontaminate automotive Antifreeze?

How do you know it is "Contaminated". You can't decontaminate antifreeze simply drain and then flush the system, then drain and rinse and drain again, then fill to the correct mixture ratio. Hope This Helps.

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How do you provide water for a car wash at a remote site?

Many mobile car detailing businesses use a 100 or 200 gallon poly tank with a pressure washer connected to it.

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How do car compactors work?

It just squashes them with hydraulic pressure. Flattens it, then side to side and then in length. Some just flatten them.

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How do you make a movable car with a plastic bottle as a frame and what household materials can be used to make wheels that move the car?

use the bottle-cap or us e any circular object such as checker pieces or even poker chips.

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What are the names of some automotives manufactured in North America?

I work for Lear in Whitby in Ontario Canada. We build the car seats for General Motors Oshawa and I can tell you the Chev Impala and the Buick Lacrosse are made at General Motors in Oshawa.

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What is wrong with your car?

My car started and ran fine one day and the next morning i went out to start it and it would not start. I thought it might the the fuel filter so i reaplaced it the car still will not start so i thought maybe it might be the fuel pump but when u try to start it u can smell fuel and i can hear the...

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Can engine oil be recycled?

Yes, it can be and should be recycled. This will ensure that the oil, antifreeze or gas does not leach into our water systems. Take it to most dumps/recycling centres and they will have a bin dedicated to used engine oil.

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What car parts can you recycle?

Most of the parts can be recycled. Modern plastic parts are stamped with an ID to help recycling.All the metals can be recovered. Glass should be able to be recovered but laminated screens have a layer of plastic inside, which makes it hard to do.

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Can car body metal be recycled?

not only can it it be recycled, it originally most likely was made from recycled metal. almost all metal in general is recycled.

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Where is Reus?

Reus is in Tarragona (Spain)

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How long does it take to design a car?

It can take years to design a car. How long it takes depends on several factors such as advancing technology and the designer.

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How do you dispose of of old car gas?

phone one of the local auto parts houses in your area, and they will guide you. Some of them have disposal sites there at the store. TO ME IT WOULD DEPEND ON HOW MUCH GAS YOU HAVE, I COULD USE A LITTLE TO KILL WEEDS IN THE DRIVEWAY. BUT RIGHT NOW I ALSO HAVE 30 GALLONS OF CONTAMINATIED GAS IN MY ...

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Are rusty cans dangerous?

YES: rusty, leaking or otherwise dodgy cans, bottles, jars or pouches of food and drink are very, very dangerous. These conditions indicate the presence of the Botulism bacterium, which can cause death if left untreated. If you suspect anything dodgy about a can or bottle, etc. of food or drink D...

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How can reusing help the earth?

Whatever it is that you reuse, it doesn't end up in a landfill.Re-using is actually better than recycling. If you keep empty jam jars, and then use them to store your home made jam you save more energy than if they were recycled.See the related question below: How can recycling help the earth?

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How long does it take to manufacture a car?

Manufacturing times very from manufacturer to manufacturer...Ford can produce 140-170 Explorers per day where as UlitmaCars can produce only 1-3 cars per year. With todays automated and robotic assembly lines there is no true answer to how many per day they can make... guess it would depend on ho...

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Things you can reuse?

water bottle, clothes, cars

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If a car engine is rated at 125 horsepower how many watts of power does it produce?

1 horsepower is equal to 747.5 watts.125 hp therefore = 93.2kW

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Difference between hazardous and non hazardous waste?

basically, the difference is whatever the regulator of choice decides it is. it's fairly arbitrary.it may be based on corrosivity, or the presence of various contaminants like chromium or cyanide above some limit of concentration, or any number of other things.

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What type of recycling can be done?

Any plastics, such as door panels, center consoles, ect. any thing metal, like sheet metal, engine parts, frames and such. so pretty much anything plastic or metal.

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What is the average amount of car gas that Americans consume in a week?

If the average tank of gas takes 20 gallons, and the average fuel efficiency is 18 miles per gallon (official statistics say about 22 mpg, but 5-6 mpg less if you consider buses and trucks and factor in real life traffic jams in major cities), then the average person can drive about 360 miles on ...

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How long can a creditor hold vehicle after money has been paid on a repo?

That's not enough information. First, we're not lawyers, you'll need to explain things to a lawyer or go to the bank to see what's going on. Second, it all depends on what the original loan documents said. Once you're past due or in any way violate the terms of the agreement, they can take the ve...

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Materials inside car?

Windows, doors, wheel locks, engine, gas, mirror and more.

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What type of plastic are dashboards made from?

Vacuum forming uses ABS plastic sheet, I believe this is what dashboards are made from

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How is iron in old cars reused?

Iron (pretty uncommon anymore) is just broken up and added back into the melting pots at the foundry. Iron is more common in decorative metalwork or items that need rust resistance but not the strength or hardness of steel. If you locate what was called pig iron it is almost considered a collecto...

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What is a Garbage truck width?

A Macdonald Johnston Side Loader, in Australia Length: 9491mm Height: 3300mm Width: 2440mm Compactor Capacity: 22m3 ALL MANUFACTURERS HAVE DIFFERENT DESIGNS. SO IT CHANGES BY EACH MANUFACTURER WWW.MJE.COM.AU

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Is there a vehicle that runs on garbage?

Currently the U.S. military could have/is using something like this, and it is very likely that in the future there will be a vehicle that uses garbage as fuel - but only usable garbage.

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What are the bad things that can happen to your car when you burnout?

many things can happen. first thing is wear out your tread prematurely. second you might break your drive shaft, u-joint or transmission or at least stress them. third you can overheat your clutch friction disk with stick shift and cause the clutch to slip. many costly things can occur when doing...

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How long does it take to change a flat tire?

6 mins 37 secs for men 2 days and 19 secs for a women

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What recycled material can you use to make tires with?

Recycled steel, polyester, and nylon.

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What can recycled car tires be made into?

Tires that are recycled can be made into Rubber Mulch! http://www.rubberecycle.com/ creates rubber mulch which can be used for landscaping and to make your playground safe, it's an environment friendly product recycled from 100% scrap tires.

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