No, NaN is correct. The sign opens to the larger value.
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A friend of mine's wife once put black tape over the oil pressure light so it wouldnt bother her....
she didnt tell him (he is a good mechanic) till it locked up on way home.
ignoring early warning signs are never good and often lead to more expensive repairs....
when you have high resistance in the seconday of an ignition circuit, be it due to worn plugs or bad wires.... the secondary voltage must climb higher and higer to overcome that resistance. At some point, it may become easier to overcome the internal resistance of the coil than the higher external resistance of the plugwires/plugs...
at that point, you also will not only need the tune up but a coil and a tow truck..
In computerese (given altitude is sea level):
So if Temp is -5,10 or 32 the result would be "It's freezing outside"Code:If Temp <= 32 result = "It's freezing outside" Else result = "It might be cold, nice or hot outside but it's not freezing" EndIf
If Temp is 33, 72, or 110 the result would be "It might be cold, nice or hot outside but it's not freezing"
Grand Hotel... always the same. People come, people go. Nothing ever happens.
all very good advice.....based off what i have read...."misfire" points to the ignition system.....does it misfire almost immediately or after you have driven a few minutes? lowest part of the ignition system is usually the crank position sensor(s) which usually tell the computer where your cylinders are/when to fire spark. over time these sensor housings can crack and will cause ignition system hiccups however generally the weather doesn't play a factor in their malfunction.
nan is that a joke or some coocoo head thing