• How long does it take approx to change oil seal?

    I recently had a clutch fitted in my Honda jazz 2005 version 1.2 ltr and the gearbox oil seal was leaking, they repaired it after taking it back but now after 3 months its leaking again. I can't be bothered to take it back because I cant be bothered with the arguments, how long should this job take about?
    I recently had a clutch fitted in my Honda jazz 2005 version 1.2 ltr and the gearbox oil seal was leaking, they repaired it after taking it back but now after 3 months its leaking again. I can't be bothered to take it back because I cant be bothered with the arguments, how long should this job take about?
    2 answers · Honda · 5 years ago
  • Could anyone compose a Poem about Payday loans?

    I would like to see if anyone could do a Payday loan poem about how the cause misery, hard times, etc? 10 points to the poem i like best, thanks!
    I would like to see if anyone could do a Payday loan poem about how the cause misery, hard times, etc? 10 points to the poem i like best, thanks!
    Poetry · 7 years ago
  • UK employment holiday law/rules?

    Hi, i need some advice about holiday rules/law in the UK. We have been given 2012 holiday memo, we work full time (38.5 hours) over 5 days a week. We have been told on the memo that due to a recent European directive that no holidays are allowed to be carried forward into the following year. I have searched google and cannot find information about... show more
    Hi, i need some advice about holiday rules/law in the UK. We have been given 2012 holiday memo, we work full time (38.5 hours) over 5 days a week. We have been told on the memo that due to a recent European directive that no holidays are allowed to be carried forward into the following year. I have searched google and cannot find information about this directive, what i have found however on my research is that you are allowed 28 holidays and you are allowed by law to carry a max of 8 holidays into the following year. Can someone please confirm what is true about this, thank you, Best answer will be awarded, can you also state your position, IE: Solicitor, etc, so i can get a grasp who are talking sense and who are not. Thank You.
    5 answers · Law & Legal · 7 years ago
  • Light question help required?

    when a blue light source is placed at the center of a solid glass cube, a circular spot of light appears on a white screen in front of the cube. if the blue light source is replaced by a red light source the spot appears as a square. 10 points for first correct answer
    when a blue light source is placed at the center of a solid glass cube, a circular spot of light appears on a white screen in front of the cube. if the blue light source is replaced by a red light source the spot appears as a square. 10 points for first correct answer
    1 answer · Physics · 7 years ago
  • Reynolds number equations?

    I have a definition of Reynolds number as being Re = pLovo/n (p=density, Lo=radius?, vo=speed, n=viscosity). I also have the equation f(Re) = Fd/pLo^2 vo^2. I understand that this is another dimensionless number to do with scaling. If so, how? I'm not sure what the term Fd is when doing this scaling & also how, when a sphere is going... show more
    I have a definition of Reynolds number as being Re = pLovo/n (p=density, Lo=radius?, vo=speed, n=viscosity). I also have the equation f(Re) = Fd/pLo^2 vo^2. I understand that this is another dimensionless number to do with scaling. If so, how? I'm not sure what the term Fd is when doing this scaling & also how, when a sphere is going through a liquid this term is found to be f(Re) = 6(Pi)/ Re, or is this last one just an example to answered in a separate question?
    1 answer · Physics · 7 years ago
  • Thermodynamics help required?

    Air at 60 degrees C is initially contained in an insulated piston-cylinder container with a volume of 0.4m^3 at 4 bar pressure. It proceeds to undergo a sequential series of thermodynamic changes. Process 1: constant pressure heating until the temperature reaches 150 degree's C Process 2: Constant volume cooling until the pressure reduces... show more
    Air at 60 degrees C is initially contained in an insulated piston-cylinder container with a volume of 0.4m^3 at 4 bar pressure. It proceeds to undergo a sequential series of thermodynamic changes. Process 1: constant pressure heating until the temperature reaches 150 degree's C Process 2: Constant volume cooling until the pressure reduces to 3 bar, and Process 3: Polytropic compression, where PV^1.5 = constant, until the volume becomes 0.1m^3 Assuming that the characteristic gas constant of air is R = 290 j/kgK determine the temperature of air after process 2. Best answer will be awarded. Thanks.
    1 answer · Physics · 7 years ago
  • Thermodynamics physics help?

    Oxygen trapped inside an insulated smooth piston-cylinder apparatus has a volume of 0.3m^3, pressure of 2.5bar and tempreture of 20 degree C. It is then subjected to the following thermodynamic processes sequentially: Process 1: heating under constan tvolume condition until its temperature increases to 120 degree C Process 2: Undergo... show more
    Oxygen trapped inside an insulated smooth piston-cylinder apparatus has a volume of 0.3m^3, pressure of 2.5bar and tempreture of 20 degree C. It is then subjected to the following thermodynamic processes sequentially: Process 1: heating under constan tvolume condition until its temperature increases to 120 degree C Process 2: Undergo polytropic expansion where PV^1.4 = constant, until its volume increases to 0.5m^3 Process 3: Cooling under constant pressure condition until its volume decreases to 0.4m^3 Assuming: Universal gas constant = 8.314kJ/kmol.K, and Molar mass of oxygen molecule = 32kg/kmol Determine: The pressure of oxygen after process 2. a) 1.64 bar b) 1.22 bar c) none of above Can you please show your work. Best answer awarded.
    1 answer · Physics · 7 years ago
  • Thermodynamics help required?

    Oxygen trapped inside an insulated smooth piston-cylinder apparatus has a volume of 0.3m^3, pressure of 2.5bar and tempreture of 20 degree C. It is then subjected to the following thermodynamic processes sequentially: Process 1: heating under constan tvolume condition until its temperature increases to 120 degree C Process 2: Undergo... show more
    Oxygen trapped inside an insulated smooth piston-cylinder apparatus has a volume of 0.3m^3, pressure of 2.5bar and tempreture of 20 degree C. It is then subjected to the following thermodynamic processes sequentially: Process 1: heating under constan tvolume condition until its temperature increases to 120 degree C Process 2: Undergo polytropic expansion where PV^1.4 = constant, until its volume increases to 0.5m^3 Process 3: Cooling under constant pressure condition until its volume decreases to 0.4m^3 Assuming: Universal gas constant = 8.314kJ/kmol.K, and Molar mass of oxygen molecule = 32kg/kmol Determine (i) the characteristic gas constant of oxygen in kj/kgK. (ii)the mass of oxygen in the piston-cylinder apperatus (iii) the pressure of oxygen after process 1 (iv) the pressure of oxygen after process 2 (v) the temperature of oxygen after process 3 Best answer will be awarded.
    1 answer · Physics · 7 years ago
  • Standing wave & vibration help?

    Hi can anyone have a look at the link and see if they can help out with the questions? http://www.physicsanswers.co.uk/standing... Best answer will be awarded. Thanks.
    Hi can anyone have a look at the link and see if they can help out with the questions? http://www.physicsanswers.co.uk/standing... Best answer will be awarded. Thanks.
    3 answers · Physics · 7 years ago
  • Displacement & time maths problem?

    The displacement, s (m), of an object from a fixed point O can be described as a function of time, t (s), as s=6t^4 - 2t^3 + 3t +2 Determine the displacement, velocity and acceleration of the object at t=5s. Calculate the times when the acceleration, a (m/s^2), is zero. Answers below: @t=5s displacement= 3517m Velocity= 2853... show more
    The displacement, s (m), of an object from a fixed point O can be described as a function of time, t (s), as s=6t^4 - 2t^3 + 3t +2 Determine the displacement, velocity and acceleration of the object at t=5s. Calculate the times when the acceleration, a (m/s^2), is zero. Answers below: @t=5s displacement= 3517m Velocity= 2853 m/s Acceleration = 1740 m/s^2 Then it says.. Acceleration = 0 m/s^2 @t=0s or t=0.17s can anyone help explain and show the work? best answer awarded.
    1 answer · Mathematics · 7 years ago
  • Magnitude of the force?

    1) what is the magnitude of force (F) ? 2) what is the magnitude of the force the pivot exerts on rod at point 0 ? Here is the link to the image: http://www.physicsanswers.co.uk/finding-... 10 points for first correct answer
    1) what is the magnitude of force (F) ? 2) what is the magnitude of the force the pivot exerts on rod at point 0 ? Here is the link to the image: http://www.physicsanswers.co.uk/finding-... 10 points for first correct answer
    1 answer · Physics · 7 years ago
  • Spring constant question?

    The bars are in equilibrium, each 2 m long, and each weighing 73 N. The string pulling down on the two bars is attached 0.4 m from the fulcrum on the leftmost bar and 0.3 m from the left end of the rightmost bar. The spring (of constant 29 N/cm) is attached at an angle 39 degrees at the left end of the upper bar. If the suspended mass is 5... show more
    The bars are in equilibrium, each 2 m long, and each weighing 73 N. The string pulling down on the two bars is attached 0.4 m from the fulcrum on the leftmost bar and 0.3 m from the left end of the rightmost bar. The spring (of constant 29 N/cm) is attached at an angle 39 degrees at the left end of the upper bar. If the suspended mass is 5 kg, by how much will the spring stretch? The acceleration of gravity is 9.8 m/s2 . Answer in units of cm. Diagram link: http://tinypic.com/r/18khmu/7 10 points for best answer.
    1 answer · Physics · 7 years ago
  • Which do you prefer the BMW F20 or Audi A3 ?

    Which do you prefer? would like to see others views. http://www.bimmerbanter.com/bmw-f20-vs-a...
    Which do you prefer? would like to see others views. http://www.bimmerbanter.com/bmw-f20-vs-a...
    5 answers · Other - Cars & Transportation · 7 years ago
  • BMW power dips E46 320d ?

    I have a 136bhp 2001 E46 320d and I can’t get rid of a power dip around 2100rpm! I have replaced the MAF (ECU updated by BMW), manifold pressure sensor, turbo pressure converter (and vacuum tubes). and I am still getting a lump of power around 2000rpm and then it dips and then slowly regains up to full. Could it be a dirty EGR valve or dirty... show more
    I have a 136bhp 2001 E46 320d and I can’t get rid of a power dip around 2100rpm! I have replaced the MAF (ECU updated by BMW), manifold pressure sensor, turbo pressure converter (and vacuum tubes). and I am still getting a lump of power around 2000rpm and then it dips and then slowly regains up to full. Could it be a dirty EGR valve or dirty inlet manifold or worse a failing turbo? 10 points for best answer
    2 answers · BMW · 7 years ago
  • BMW Coolant level warning light?

    Coolant level warning light keeps coming on? Any idea's heres the full link to problem: http://www.bimmerbanter.com/coolant-leve... 10 points for best answer
    Coolant level warning light keeps coming on? Any idea's heres the full link to problem: http://www.bimmerbanter.com/coolant-leve... 10 points for best answer
    2 answers · BMW · 7 years ago
  • Comments, suggestions about my Bmw image banner?

    Hi, I just opened a new forum. I'm looking for comments or suggestions on my new forum image banner. http://www.bimmerbanter.com 10 points for the answer i find most helpful.
    Hi, I just opened a new forum. I'm looking for comments or suggestions on my new forum image banner. http://www.bimmerbanter.com 10 points for the answer i find most helpful.
    2 answers · BMW · 7 years ago
  • Damp forced vibration help?

    Can anyone answer this? The figure shows the meter used to study the motion yB = bsinωt. The motion of the mass relative to the frame is recorded on the drum. If l1= 360 mm, l2= 480 mm, l3= 600 mm, m = 0.9 kg, c = 1.4 Ns/m and ω = 10 rad/s, Determine the range of the spring constant k over which the magnitude of the recorded relative... show more
    Can anyone answer this? The figure shows the meter used to study the motion yB = bsinωt. The motion of the mass relative to the frame is recorded on the drum. If l1= 360 mm, l2= 480 mm, l3= 600 mm, m = 0.9 kg, c = 1.4 Ns/m and ω = 10 rad/s, Determine the range of the spring constant k over which the magnitude of the recorded relative displacement is less than 1.5b. It is assumed that the ratio ω/ωn must remain greater than unity http://www.physicsanswers.co.uk/damped-f...
    1 answer · Physics · 7 years ago
  • Bizarre water compression in glass.?

    If you half fill a straight glass, then put a beer mat or coaster on the top of the glass then turn it upside down, holding the mat/coaster on, the water compresses by approx 25%, if you don't believe me then try it. My question is: Why and how does this happen? i was always led to believe water can only compress by a very small fraction.... show more
    If you half fill a straight glass, then put a beer mat or coaster on the top of the glass then turn it upside down, holding the mat/coaster on, the water compresses by approx 25%, if you don't believe me then try it. My question is: Why and how does this happen? i was always led to believe water can only compress by a very small fraction. It really is bizarre!!
    3 answers · Physics · 7 years ago
  • Auto transmission, change oil or leave it?

    Hi, I have a 520i se auto BMW, it has done 130,000 miles, the box is fine. I have read on some forums where some people say leave it well alone or your have problems and others are saying change it. I would like to change it personally, i can't see the harm, but i would like other views. Can i hear some views, for or against it and please... show more
    Hi, I have a 520i se auto BMW, it has done 130,000 miles, the box is fine. I have read on some forums where some people say leave it well alone or your have problems and others are saying change it. I would like to change it personally, i can't see the harm, but i would like other views. Can i hear some views, for or against it and please state your reasons. Thanks in advance and i will chose a best answer.
    11 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 7 years ago
  • Toyota corolla T sport bore linings?

    Hi, I want to buy a T sport 1800 cc corolla, i have heard that some of the corolla's have had bore lining issues that burn approx 1 litre of oil over 600 - 1000 miles. Does this affect all the models or just a certain year of build? Does any body have any information on this and give me some details? the year i'm looking to purchase is 03... show more
    Hi, I want to buy a T sport 1800 cc corolla, i have heard that some of the corolla's have had bore lining issues that burn approx 1 litre of oil over 600 - 1000 miles. Does this affect all the models or just a certain year of build? Does any body have any information on this and give me some details? the year i'm looking to purchase is 03 - 05 plate. Best answer will be awarded . Thanks.
    1 answer · Toyota · 8 years ago