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  1. ..., your lawnmower engine is used on a snowblower, and needs the 5w oil.  Your pressure washer would always be used at a warmer temperature , so the standard 10w-30 oil is used.  Find an oil temperature chart and look at...

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  2. ... considered standard for a blower: forged... rods, and blower-specific pistons...to come down one range on the temperature controls: Temp...fuel pump, an adjustable control pressure regulator, larger fuel...

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  3. ... Coolant Temperature sensor (ECT) codes... P0125, P0116 and P0117. IMPORTANT...phosphate/non-silicate factory coolant with a standard type ethylene/glycol coolant.

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  4. ... and work in extreme cold temperatures . Thus it ... system standard . For all intents and purposes the... inflation pressures . At normal inflation...

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  5. ...never changed how the mix valve worked. I would change back to a standard shower head and check it again and if it still does the same thing, I would look at the...

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  6. ... up. If this is all it puts out , due to age and wear, you have a choice. Most people don't recommend 10-40 anymore, but that would bring up your pressure , if thats what you want.. In my 14 year old truck, with ...

    4 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 24/10/2013

  7. All high mileage oil does is slow down or stop very small oil leaks period. The most expensive oil on the face of the earth will not "cover-up" a cracked piston skirt or loose wrist pin. Bet you didn't know wrist pins are NOT...

    3 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 07/10/2013

  8. ... and keesp teh engien temperature int eh PROEPR RANGE... SYSTEM FLUSHING and FLUDI CHANGE! the... FLUDI must be PRESSURE BLED wheenit gets ...

    2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 05/09/2013

  9. ... by matted filth accumulation. If air flow is not free and unrestricted that will cause the fluid pressures inside the system to go out of limits.

    6 Answers · Home & Garden · 03/08/2013

  10. ... for 12 volts at the compressor coil.****** Do you have automatic temperature control? *********AWESOME******** If you need to replace the connector it's a Standard Ignition S-588, any parts store can cross that number...

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