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Could my Water pump be weak?

I was curious about my water pump. I have heat if im at any speed over 10 mph Its Hot but at idol it lowers itself to warm and a little cooler depending on how cold it is outside. Its been going on this winter and last winter .In the summer the gauge never passes 1/2 and same this winter. If the pump isn't weak it means i just need to add some cardboard in front of the raidator ?


The best way to find the best products for your hair is to try them all. That would be pretty expensive but go over to a friends house and use some of her stuff. See how it works, and just keep trying new things. Hair may work with products from this company and not that company.it's all trial and error. If I can suggest something, I would suggest you try a hot oil treatment.for a cheaper way to have great soft and silky hair with less frizzies, warm up some olive oil (regular cooking stuff) in the microwave and massage it into your hair while it is dry. Wrap it up in a warm towel from the drier and sit for an hour or so. Maybe give yourself a facial at the same time. Then get in the shower, and shampoo out all the oil (because water won't get the oil outoil and water don't mix) and then condition your hair. Viola! Beautiful silky hair. The most key thing to protecting your locks is to stay away from all heat. Yep, that means no hairdrier, no straightner, no curling iron either.It's very hard not to advert to these products but just try it for a week. Don't blow dry your hair for a week.try it. I know it's hard not to but if you stay away from things with heat such as blow driers, curling irons, straightners, etc.you will notice a HUGE change in the feel and look of your hair. It will be so much more healthy.
The first thing that a firefighter learns is that a fire can only exists when three conditions are met: A combustible, oxygen and heat. (I am not a firefighter but I teach about fire fighting on board vessels). Remove one of the three and the fire stops. In the case of the water, we try to remove heat. As Shantha writes, even cooking water at 100 C, will cool down the fire to a point where it can't be sustained. Why water? Well, first it is readily available in many places, and often in large quantities but also, it is a fluid and it has a substantial mass. The way to cool down something is by adding something that gets very close (a fluid) and with a mass that can absorb heat. The only time water shall not be used to extinguish a fire is when oil is burning and that is because oil floats on water and water never gets a chance to cover the oil. In fact, using water on the top of oil will only spread the oil and the flames. A cook, for example, knows that a pan containing oil on fire must never be covered by water but by a fire blanket that is a standard piece of equipment in any professional kitchen and at sea! In that case, you remove oxygen, from the three elements.

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