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
...to that location to supply the power California sucks up. If electric cars are all charged during sunny days and never on cloudy days...
9 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 15/10/2017
... in repairs that can take several hours to days....car accident damage, large dents, radiator replacement, engine replacement, windshield wiper motor replacement, electric window motor replacement, etc. .
5 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 02/05/2017
11.7 volts is the minimum voltage necessary to start the car.
3 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 05/04/2017
I have had vehicles that I do not drive in the winter for sometimes 4 months, including one car I had for 18 years. For modern cars with ...
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... is common in vehicles that need extra charging power, such as in cars with large amplifiers. ...they also rebuild starters, electric motors, etc.). They always...
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...the emergency brake at all. If you're on level ground in a manual vehicle, put the car in first or reverse and skip the e-brake. Be aware that in some...
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