In the 1920's, automobile engines were mostly gasoline powered, although there WERE a few steam and electric vehicles too. Diesel engines were used mostly for industrial purposes.
5 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 27/12/2017
...a head gasket will blow or some other part of the cooling system could blow and steam would come out (when I say the "only thing that will happen" its...
3 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 25/01/2018
Yes, this is a major problem. Without the hose the radiator can push out water into the reservoir but can't draw it back out so your coolant will be low and the radiator will have air in it that should not be there. The reservoir is not pressurized and missing the hose...
6 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 29/10/2017
no you cant. steam rises up the one pipe and the water that condenses from the steam drains down the same pipe and thats how it circulates. hot water heating must circulate in and out of the radiator.
3 Answers · Home & Garden · 04/10/2017
... "negative effect" might be a faceful of scalding coolant and steam because coolant was poured into an overheated engine. Other...
11 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 14/09/2017
... to charge batteries and the water vapor leaves the tailpipe as steam.
3 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 09/09/2017
Looks like a 1950s gas conversion unit . . . . on a 1920s or older boiler. Someday you'll have to do a real cost/benefit study on replacing it. Do your homework on how you can safely (and it IS legal for you to do) remove the asbestos . . . . . . it will cost as much to have a...
3 Answers · Home & Garden · 26/10/2017