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  • The Importance Of Changing The Oil In A Car

    local auto store like Auto Zone they will be able to also tell you what you all you need for your vehicle based on the year, make, and model. Also, specific tools are needed to change your oil. You can get all the tools from your local auto store as well. You will need a wrench to remove the drain plug; a socket wrench would be a good tool. Then another wrench for the oil filter, an oil drain pan for collection of the old oil, a funnel, gloves (if you want), and paper towels are also needed when things get messy. You will also need a jack to lift the car up for easier access to the undercarriage of the vehicle. Now knowing what kind of oil and filter your vehicle uses and the things needed you are ready to start changing the oil. Choose a place where you would rather make slight oils spills like your driveway, a garage, or somewhere you feel that would be beneficial to change the oil at. Next you can jack up the car until it’s at the height needed for you to easily get in and out from under the vehicle. Be sure that it is sturdy and correctly lifted so that the car doesn’t slip and fall. After jacking up the vehicle, locate the oil pan and take off the drain plug with the socket wrench and let the oil drain into the oil pan (this may take 5 minutes or so). Make sure the oil you are draining is dark colored this will let you know that the oil is old. You can also tell by the smell of the oil that it is old; therefore, the vehicle is ready for new oil. After the oil slowly…

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  • Essay: How To Change The Oil In A Car

    park with the emergency brake set. Check to make sure you have enough space to work around your vehicle. Next place a wheel chalk behind the rear tires to assure your vehicle will not move. Now walk to your trunk and remove the jack from under the spare tire. Bring the jack to either side of vehicle and locate the jacking points on your vehicle. You can locate these in your owner’s manual under how to properly jack up your vehicle. Once you have secured the jack, only jack up one side of…

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  • Developmental Dysplasia Story

    Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip Everyone has a story to tell. Everyone has had experiences in their past that have helped mold and shape them into the person they are today. Of course, not all our stories are optimistic and pleasant to look back on, but they are all part of this journey we call life. Experiences help to define who we are. The fact that we all have a story makes us the same in a uniquely different and wonderful way. DDH is a small part of my story. DDH is the abbreviation…

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  • Classroom Safety

    Classroom and Building Safety Due to recent campus modernization, all buildings have been updated and made wheelchair accessible. Yet, despite campus modernization, the electrical wiring and sockets did not get updated or replaced. Most of the sockets in classrooms are loose, not working, and often spark when something is being plugged-in. Furthermore, most classrooms have extension cords plugged into loose sockets, and extended across the floor in between rows of desks. According to Article I…

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  • Macroeconomics Level 5 Unit 5 Report

    RE: COMPLAINT ABOUT THE POOR VENTILATION QUALITY DUE TO NON-FUNTIONING ELECTRICAL SOCKETS AT PF5 ROOM IN THE COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT ON 28 MARCH 2016. As a student of the College of Management for two years I am displeased to see the poor quality of the ventilation system in the PF5 room during our First Long Exam in Macroeconomics on March 28. From the testimonies that I have gathered, most of the students from three different sections who took the exam in the same room experienced difficulty…

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  • Process Essay: How To Change A Tire

    to be driven on for up to 100 miles after it has lost all air in the tire. This unique type of tire is found mainly on BMW SUVs and for some reason on all new models of minivans. The tire is built with multiple layers of kevlar in the walls so that it can 't be broken down easily. Overview Typically a tire will only be changed in a tire changing facility. Reasons that a tire may need to be changed would be a worn tread, unrepairable hole, old age, or bulging from an impact break. Tires…

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  • Ocular Prosthesis: A Case Study

    a household accident and was referred to Araçatuba Dental School for rehabilitation with ocular prosthesis. The anophthalmic socket of the patient were examined, and an atresic cavity was observed (Fig. 1), requiring gradual increase with an acrylic expander. For this, the anophthalmic socket impression was obtained using dense silicon (Express; 3M ESPE, St. Paul, Minn, USA). The mold was inserted into a flask for acrylization with colorless acrylic resin. After polymerization, the expander…

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  • Mandibular Paresthesia Case Studies

    The OS team to whom the patient was referred decided to extract the remaining roots. Osteotomy was also done with irrigation to prevent hard tissue necrosis. Roots had previously been luxated, and were separated at this visit to “preserve [the] alveolar bundle integrity in case of root perforation.” The retained third molar roots were then removed individually. The socket was irrigated. The IAN bundle had been exposed during the surgical procedure, and while it did not appear to be completely…

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  • Explain How A Laboratory Design Affect Its Functionality

    used to maximise the effectiveness of a lab is the placement of gas taps and electrical sockets. having gas taps and electrical sockets on the desks is an easy way to ensure that there are enough gas taps and electrical sockets for the labs needs, it also ensures that they are close at hand, as mentioned previously. an effective lab should achieve accurate results by removing variables, therefore it should contain a center demonstration area where procedures can be shown, this ensures that the…

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  • Sop Standard Operating Procedure

    CAL Key: To enter the calibration mode. (e). Display: Digitally displays the pH, temperature and millivolt (mV) results. (f). DC Power Socket (5): To connect the meter with the mains power supply. (g). Manual Temperature Compensation (MTC): A feature in which the temperature of the sample solution is manually inputted when this is already known. (h). On/Off Key: To turn the meter on or off. (i). Range Key: To select between pH, millivolt or temperature results. (j). Reference Jack Socket (2): To…

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