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Answered: Old jimmy 4-banger how man cylinders does it have

You gotta be freakin kidding me. *slaps forehead*

Answered: What is the surface area of a cylinder 6 feet in height and 8 feet

Hi Pinkie, --------- The surface area is combined of the uppes and lower circles and the round column. The areas are 4^2 * phi for each circle and 6 * Phi * 8 for the column so it is: 50.24 + 50.24 + 150.72 = 251.2 suare feet. ------------ Best regards. (I assumed that 8' is the diameter and ...

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Answered: What size socket do I need to remove the cylinder head bolts on a 2000

Don't you have any tools? Are you going to buy just the one? You will need more to get to the head bolts, just try what you have till it fits.

Answered: Where can i buy a slave cylinder for a 2000 cavalier near stockton

Try searching on www.motors.ebay.com. Good luck.
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Master cylinder replacement

Before you start wrenching on your braking system, you need to thoroughly clean all of the parts involved. The inside of a brake system is very sensitive to dirt and debris. Even the smallest piece can cause wear and malfunction. Spray the master cylinder, brake lines and other components liberally ...

4.7 litre dodge with low compression in one cylinder

It may be valves or rings. Squirt a little oil in that cylinder and test again, if the compression reading show a large rise it indicates rings. If there is little change it indicates valves. However, valves are the most common cause of compression loss,and burned pistons are a possibility.

How many cubic feet is in a cylinder 6" by 5 feet?

The volume of a cylinder is pi x r^2 x h. You want the answer in cubic feet, so you need to change inches to feet. If the diameter is 6 inches, the radius is half of that = 3 inches = 1/4 foot. So the answer is pi x 1/4 x 1/4 x 5 = 5/16 pi = .98 cubic feet (rounded from .9817477)

Cylinder Locks

the mech inside is probably broken. Call a locksmith www.precisionlocksmiths.uk.com