Should fuel gauge drop down when car is off
Forks (tines) should be returned to a postion two feet above the ground and slightly reclined. Absolutely under no circumstances should one heed any advice given by a dodgy truck driver named Andrew.
Multiple problems could contribute but I would need more details such as does it turn off on it's own or when you turn it off the needle jumps then the car stops running.
I called Penske corporate and talked to the cargo box purchasing dept. The gentleman said it should be about 3700 lbs. without the cargo lift.
With the cooling system completely empty (radiator, heater, engine block, hoses, reservoir) the system holds 9.2 US qts.If you only drain the radiator, aprox 4 US qts should do it.
A full cylinder is heavier than empty. The cylinder is filled by weight.
If completely empty it should.If completely empty it should.
is empty the world should end with ant
Neither. You should have something in your stomach, and settled, but you should not be full (you will get sick) or empty (your stomach will cramp).
The forks should ALWAYS be low to the ground while in transit, either loaded or empty.
The cylinder should be evacuated
Yes. The fuel gauge in most vehicles will settle at 'empty' with the ignition off.
The forks - whether loaded or empty - should always be kept as low to the ground as possible.
An empty printer cartridge should always be recycled. If you bring the empty cartridge into a retailer like Staples, they will take it for you and provide you with several dollars credit towards your replacement cartridge.
Drugstores should have them.
Return the asset
i can sell it or burn it