Answer: No. The normal body temperature of the average human is 98.6° F (37° C). The only stable, constant, interior temperature of the Earth is at the core where it is estimated to be an average 5650 kelvins (9710.6º F or 5377 ºC) at about 4,000 miles (6,400 km) depth.
Answer: Not uncommon, older vehicles used belt driven fans without any variable speed using more fuel/hp - steadier engine temps, newer belt driven fans had thermostatic or clutch type fans that were driven by fluid clutch, hotter the air going across fan, more air it would pull, still not ideal but less hp. Newer vehicles utilize electric, hydraulic and belt driven fans using various methods of use only when needed. Example - electric fans turn on/off - on 220 and off at 185 (again example temps). Driving down the highway, most fans do little if any work as air moving through the radiator is sufficient enough to keep the engine cool. In traffic and/or lower air volume situations, temps will rise and you may notice it on the gauge. However if your engine temp is too low, your thermostat is most likely defective / stuck open and could result in longer warm up periods, internal engine deposits/condensation, excessive fuel usage (colder engines require more fuel), driver discomfort in colder climates, or overheat if stuck in a position whereby not enough coolant can pass under higher speeds etc. Most newer vehicles monitor engine temps and will pop your "service engine soon" or other warning indicator lamp on if they detect engine temp too cool and hopefully - too hot.
Answer: An ST elevation could possibly be acute Ischemia and if you were given this information in accordance with a recent ECG or EKG i would not hesitate to get a second opinion or check yourself into the nearest hospital for further examination. The ST segment of an ECG represents ventricular repolarization. This basically means that the cardiomyocytes in the heart and preparing for the heart to beat once again, preparing for another cardiac cycle. When their appear to be changes in the ST segment then this represents the hearts inability to sufficiently prepare for a reoccuring cardiac cycle and may cause significant damage leading to such illnesses or medical issues as Ischaemia and even chronic cardiac failure.
Answer: The best operating temprature for a petrol car is 90 Fahrenheit, however the cooler the air intake, the denser the volume of air and consequently the greater the expansion of the air on the combustion stroke which equals more power, as an example have you ever driven on a cool frosty night and noticed the difference in performance ?
Answer: It all depends on the underlying map. A political map must include the lines delineating a political boundary but there is no requirement that anything else be included. Sometimes, the underlying map includes elevation or contour lines.
Hi wich sensor do u mean, outside sensor? in this case is in the right mirror under is like a button. my recomendation u should chek with a friend with Vagcom ob zour problem is about wiring or the sensir itself.
(I have the same problem).