How does the mini torch lighter ignite?
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If you made a 14V 150mA solar charger for your cigarette lighter why would the radio turn on when plugged in with no ignition movement?
The radio shares the same power as the cigar lighter. When car is off neither work. Putting power into the plug fires up the radio. This means that using a solar panel to keep the battery up will not work on this car w/o putting the lighter power feed onto a battery supply fuse at the fuse panel.
Where is the fuse for the mini clock the powered side rear view mirrors and one of the cig lighter jacks in a 2000 Toyota Camry?
Answer . The fuse for all three items listed is in the passenger compartment. Specifically to the left of the steering column under the dashboard (hidden behind what looks like an ash tray) Take the ash tray out by pulling it toward you (open) then up. The fuse is a 15 amp mini fuse. If you do no…t have fog lights, you can use the 15 amp mini fuse from that accessory.. If the fuse is ok, you most likely have a loose wire to the harness. (MORE)
Where is the reset for the auxiliary lighter receptacles in a 2005 town and country mini van neither front or rear have power to them?
Answer . \nUnder the hood on the left side of the engine compartment is a black box the lid says IPM fuse and relay center. pull this lid off and on the right side of the box is a 20 amp fuse labled 12vout ign or batt. depends on how you install the fuse on way the outlets only work with the key… on. The other way they work with the key off. (MORE)
2000 Toyota Cienna Front two cigerette lighters Mini Clock Back Cigerette Lighter All of them are not working. Dont know where the Fuse is located Regards Thanks?
Answer . The fuse is behind the coin holder (pull the coin holder out, you will see the fuses) on the driver side, 15A blue fuse at the right bottom corner.. There are actually two fuses for this issue. They are both located behind the coin holder next to the hood release latch. They are both 15…A blue fuses. One is the cigarette lighter fuse which protects the clock and the upper lighter outlet, the other is called the 12V power supply and it protects the lower lighter outlet and the rear lighter outlet. (MORE)
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Is there any cheap way to rewire an 1988 Honda Accord so that the cigarette lighter works when the key is not in the ignition?
The radio and cigarette lighter are supplied by the same 15A relay-switched bus. The wire may be red/white from the fuse block and white/red after the relay, although the color code may vary over a span of model years. The relay is located behind the front console, so be prepared to perform extensiv…e disassembly to reach it; it will be easier if both front seats are removed from the car. It is recommended that the existing wire to the cigarette lighter be left as-is, in the event that you might want to return the wiring configuration to as-built condition. Just disconnect the wire from the cigarette lighter and make sure that the end is insulated with tape or shrink tubing so that it can't inadvertently short to any grounded metal. Tap into the unswitched side of the 15A bus at the relay connector and run a new 14 AWG stranded, insulated copper wire wire to the cigarette lighter. This alternate wire to the lighter socket will still be protected by the 15A fuse that supplies power to the radio/lighter relay, so it is not necessary, or even desirable, to add another fuse in the line. After this modification is performed, the radio should shut off when the ignition switch is off, but the cigarette lighter should be always on. If you replace the relay with a shunt, instead of rewiring the cigarette lighter socket, both the radio and lighter socket will be on all the time. This may be convenient if one wants to listen to the radio while the ignition key is removed, but one must always be vigilant to turn the radio off before the engine is shut off and turn the radio on after the engine is started. The relay has two purposes: . Keep the radio off the +12V bus during startup and shutdown to protect it from "load dump" surges. . Disconnect the radio and cigarette lighter circuits when the engine is off to prevent the battery from being inadvertently drained. (MORE)
Answer . I think most vehicles are, as I have charged a cell up with the ignition off.
The English term 'igniter' has a couple of \ndistinct uses: 1: an actual device used for for lighting fires or igniting fuel (as in a gas engine) or setting-off charges (as in firearms or bombs); 2: a particular substance (such as gasoline or paraffin) that is used to ignite or kindle a fire.
Can 1997 ford explorer cigarette lighter turn off when ignition turns off Otherwise accessories plugged in will drain the battery.?
Answer . Sorry, no - there is no shut off switch for the cigarette lighter.. It is wired so a person can use the cigarette lighter without having to. use the ignition key to switch to the accessory position or start the. vehicle.
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Either a Barbie-themed flashlight- torch is British term for flashlight, or possibly something intended for use with outdoor cooking- Barbecue. I have never heard of this, there are all manner of Barbie accessories, many not even made by Mattel but outsourced to other compaines like Irwin, originall…y a Tool Manufacturer- Every Bit as Good as the Name, a slogan also employed by, it figures Hughes Tool Co, from the hardware store to the toy shop. without changing gears in hobby land. (MORE)
A torch is a stick or stick-like structure, which is on fire at the top, and held at the bottom, that is used either as a source of light, or to set fire to other things.
That's gotta make it tough to enjoy a cigarette while cruising and listening to music. Check for a bad fuse.
something thing that lights up so you can see where you are going in the dark. :)
It is actually called "torch down" roofing systems as your laying the membrane down heating it as your sealing it to the roofing surface
There are two fuse boxes on mine. One in the engine compartment and another inside just above the drivers left foot on the side panel. It should be located in the interior location. A fuse puller and replacements are in the panel.
I just did this on a 2000 T&C last month. 1. ALWAYS disconnect the battery Negative cable. 2. Remove the screws (#2 Phillips) from the lower knee protector. There's 2 behind the parking brake handle, and another under the dash side vent cover (just pry it off), and one below it. Last ones (2) ar…e on the bottom edge of the panel. The rest of the panel (the right side) is held in with a friction clip, so gently pry the panel out. It can hang by the parking brake release cable assy, just be gentle with it. 3. Take out the 3 steering column cover screws (#2 Phillips) from underneath the column and remove the covers. 4. Put the key switch in the RUN position and press the retainer tab (Under the column, near the left end of the key switch housing there's a hole to access the tab) with a screwdriver and remove the key cylinder. (It won't come out in anything other than the RUN position.) 5. There's a tamper-proof #10 TORX screw holding the ignition switch in. (That's a #10 TORX bit with a hole in the center.) I had the tamper-proof TORX bit but had no luck getting it to remove that screw. I used a Dremel tool with a diamond cutting wheel (the darn screw is hardened - a hacksaw did nothing) and cut a slot in the screw head. Came out easy enough that way with a flat blade screwdriver. (I replaced the screw with a 4MM Phillips head screw approx 1/2" long from the hardware store.) 6. Near the right end of the ignition switch there's another access hole with a tab that must be pushed to release the ignition switch. I had to pry the switch out carefully. It's in there tight! 7. Now disconnect the electrical connector and it's out! Watch out for the actuator shaft (a rod) that goes to the key switch, so it doesn't fall out. (If it does, just put it back in when you put the new switch in. It will only fit one way.) 8. Make sure the replacement switch is in exactly the same position as the old one (RUN position) and put it all back together the reverse way it all came apart. The new switch fits tight, but it will go in so it is just like the old one was. The screw will make sure it is fully seated. 9. The key switch only fits one way, so align the protrusions with the grooves and it will slide right in. Turn the key from the RUN position to the lock position when done. Reconnect the battery and try it before putting all the covers back on. (It's almost normal to accidentally actuate the 4way hazard switch as you reassemble the steering column shroud because it's a clumsy thing to get the shrouds fitted properly back together.) (MORE)
it's F32 in the passenger fuse box No. The F32 was correct for the older gen-1 Mini hardtops (R53). For a 2007 (R56) gen-2 Mini Cooper hardtop the fuse at F32 regulates power to heated seats. For the cigarette lighter in the newer models you should change the twenty-amp fuse located at F42. If y…ou're looking at the diagram on the inside of fuse panel (on right, front, passenger side) the lighter/DC power icon looks C with an arrow pointing out of it, and is flanked by a - and + sign. (MORE)
Well, first of all the Olympics are an international sporting event that has been around since 776 BC! The Olympic flame is lit by reflecting the rays of the sun off a parabolic mirror onto a torch a few weeks before each Games. It's been all over the world and really is one of the best things that …unites the world as it symbolizes the Olympics and represents peace, unity, friendship, and brotherhood. The torch relay is where people, also known as torchbearers, carry the Olympic flame by torch through the country that is hosting the Olympics. The flame travels from Greece to the host country, then travels around the country ending its journey when the Olympic cauldron is lit during the opening ceremony, and it stays lit until the closing ceremony. hope that helped :) anymore questipon just let me know :) (MORE)
sadly no you cannot. Zippo lighters store Fuel (normally Naphtha , a mixture of different flammable gases) in a section of cotton stored under the chimney. The wick is threaded through these cotton pieces and the fuel slowly rises up through the wick and when ignited burns slowly. The reason Butane… or Propane wouldn't work is because in a liquid form they both are slightly heavier than oxygen therefore they wouldn't rise into the wick this is why butane and propane torches are compressed containers but zippo has released a new butane torch which resembles a normal zippo (in some ways) and has a Torch like flame i would recommend searching for it it is the Zippo Blu (MORE)
Depends what the problem is. If you've used a phone charger or something and now the "male" lighter doesn't stay in, you'll need to bend the "prongs" of the "female" part of the lighter so that they apply enough pressure to keep the "male" part in long enough to heat up. To do this, first make su…re the ignition is off, just in case. Then get he lid of a Bic pen or similar, and wedge the pointed part in behind the cut-outs on the inside of the "female" part of the lighter unit. Now use your pen lid as a lever to bend the prong-like parts inwards; 1 or 2 mm should be enough. Then repeat for the other prong. Try it out, and lever the prongs in or out accordingly. (MORE)
When you walk in the cave, you don't have to pick anything up. The torch is automatically in your hand. Hello Kitty
Hi. The Torch - is lit by the rays of the sun at the temple Hetra in Greece. The rays are shinned into a mirror and the flame ignites. After a long relay(sometimes taking over two months or longer) the Flame arrives in the Host City the Day of or Before the Opening Ceremony, and then taken to the… cauldron where the Flame will burn till the closing ceremony and then will be extinguished. (MORE)
The start of something, like the ignition of dynamite, so the string has been lit.
Well... it depends. There are a lot of objects purporting to be mini-torches... everything from pen-sized mini-torches to hand held jobs, to oxyacetylene torches that will tell you exactly what temperature ranges to expect. I'm going to assume that you are asking about mini propane torches, because …those numbers are harder to find. After looking at several different propane models, the answers the manufacturers gave ranged somewhere between 2,300 degrees and 2,500 degrees as a maximum temperature. This seems to be the norm for a quality pen or handheld mini torch. However, to be SURE that you have the right range, for something like soldering or shrink tubes, you want to contact the manufacturer to make sure you can get it as hot as you need it. If you are curious as to why propane torches are vary in their temperature so much and oxy doesn't, please see my discussion at the link below. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Discuss:What_is_a_Propane_torch's_temperature_in_the_blue_flame&p=0 Hope this helps! (MORE)
Inside a torch ther is a bulb a cell and a swith. with some wires connecting them. it is a simple series circuit.
lol actually me and my friend had a good time with this one we took my thermamoter and light the Bic lighter and the thermo stat went around twice to a grand total of 300 degrees F it around 850 degrees F the only reason that the person above got 300 is because thermo stats have a spring inside th…at keeps it from going around several times. you would have to use one that goes to at least 1000 degrees F to get a accurate reading (MORE)
Butane, but I know there's a better one though. Butane is like the standard, while you could buy higher end fuels.
Typicaly a propane torch is a pair of metal tubes with a brass or cast-iron head holding a copper tip and a base containing a levered valve with mixing cone. The base or handle, mixes oxygen and propane (adjustable with a pair of valves) to maintain a "neutral flame". The Lever on the handle opens u…p a larger flow of oxygen to allow the propane-oxygen mix to burn through various materials, usually steel. For a long list of torches for sale (propane and others) look into Eddies welding in TX. 1-800-4ATORCH. That's where I get most of my gear. Or enquire at the Praxair website. (MORE)
There's a little metal splint in the nozzle of the lighter, wherethe gas comes out. It is oushed in when you close the cap toprevent gas from floating out. This little splint is most likelyjammed.
No. The air in a dryer is around 90-170 degrees not hot enough to ignite a lighter. The Myth Busters actually did an episode about this where they ran a lighter through a dryer for an extended period of time. They also put a lighter in a toaster oven to find out what temperature it would explode at,… it did not happen until it reached 350 degrees. (MORE)
! my 2006 mini cooper does the same thing. have you found out why this is? i would appreciate any info you have on this. if i find out why mine does this i will post back to you. thanks
If you mean "torque" wrench, that's a tool to assist a mechanic to accurately tighten a bolt to a pre-determined torque. Torque is the twisting force. If you over-torque bolts they will fail, if you UNDER-torque them, they will work loose. . If you really mean "torch wrench", that's a term some guy…s use in difficult situations. "Ah, nuts, I can't get that rusted bolt to come off so I'll just use the torch wrench" Sometimes it's called a "hot wrench" or whatever other euphemism the mechanic is accustomed to, but it's basically an acetylene torch with a cutting tip. (MORE)
To symbolize the spirit of the athletes from around the world. The fire inside their hearts as they start competition.
How do I get the radio in my Renault Clio 1.2 2004 to turn on and off with the ignition. And the cigarette lighter has gone of which fuse do i have to change thanks?
I have the same problem, sounds like there is one fuse for both the cigarette lighter and the radio. If this has blown, the radio will run from the battery power supply rather than the ignition, therefore only giving you 20 minutes before it automatically turns off. When I get chance im going to try… changing the fuse and see if it works. Dan (MORE)
One time, I torched my sword with lighter fluid. My friend, Josh Greminger, was taping it. He was covered with stains. So pretty much you should torch your sword with lighter fluid.
it is used for lots of different things such as seeing in the dark etc.
You can send it back to Colibri and have it repaired for $7.50. You might be better off looking at a new Xikar ...
Not on me. They aren't allowed in this building. Why does it matter? Need a virtual light?
Not usually. Most creme brulee torches use pressurized butane gas as the fuel. This is the same as your regular BIC dollar lighter. It's the most common and cheapest, stored in aerosol cans. But more expensive petroleum fluids, such as Zippo or other naphtha fluid commonly using in camping stove…s, and gasoline are not compatible with a creme brulee torch. (MORE)
Because they are not hooked up to a battery wire they are only hooked up with an ignition wire.
As opposed to placing foods under a broiler or a salamander in order to brown, a cooks torch is a portable hand held gas burning tool. It is similar in concept to a welder's torch however it is much smaller and not as powerful. It is used to caramelize items like the topping for creme brulee and oth…er foods which require a browning or searing. I once saw a sushi chef using a cook's torch to sear the outside of a tuna roll just until it was opaque, yet leaving the roll itself uncooked of course. It made for an extremely appealing presentation as the tuna which was layered on the outside of the roll appeared cooked. The cook's torch is also used very widely in cake decorating and confectionery. It makes for great caramelized highlights and artistic effects. As I began my career many years ago, the closest thing we had to a cooks torch resembled a smaller version of a fire extinguisher yet filled with gas of course. Today, these small tools of the trade are great as they can easily fit into any chef's tool bag and accommodate many intricate needs. (MORE)
dont try to make it lighter, use a sunscreen with good spf to protect it.
Torch Attack - ( t oxoplasmosis, o ther agents, r ubella, c ytomegalovirus, h erpes simplex) any of a group of infections seen in neonates as a result of the infectious agent having crossed the placental barrier.
it is clear that a mini bold torch is better. The fact is that it depends on the torch phone, if it is torch 1 & 2, the OS of the mini bold torch is higher and the phone is more portable,fine and convenient to use.
Should do! It has a flash on the back, and if it is anything like the iPhone you should be able (at the expense of hours worth of battery!) to be able to keep it on for a while rather than just flashing it.
Hi my name is Ashlea and it turns on the light bulb and turns it off but in also connects electricity and disconnects electrisity
The blackberry torch models are different prices, here are the prices for all the models of the torch..... blackberry torch 9800- Â£499.99 blackberry torch 9860-Â£349.95 blackberry torch 9810-Â£460 you can get other contract tariffs on O2, orange....etc...but these are the actu…al price of the phone on its own, hope i helped. (MORE)
Mini torches can be bought at many of the common home improvement stores such as Home Depot and Lowes. Mini torches can also be found at hardware stores such as Harbor Freight Tools.
Torch lights can be bought from many online retailers and stores. Light in the Box and Mini in the Box are two online options that both sell torch lighters.