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If the snake has a rattle on its tail it is a rattlesnake, and therefore venomous. However, some non-venomous snakes do mimic the rattle by rattling their tails, but lack the rattle "buttons" that sound like little salt shakers. Look for the heat sensor. ... Coral snakes are not pit vipers, and lack this feature.
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Some of the most venomous snakes in the world have round pupils, but many ... A snake with a rattle on its tail must be a rattlesnake, which is venomous. ... Pupil shape has nothing to do with whether a snake is venomous or not - but it does ...
Most poisonous snakes have a pupil that resembles a cat's; an oblong shape with peaked ends, like a slit in the center of the eye. Non-venomous snakes usually have round pupils. There is always the exception. The coral snake, a very venomous snake in the United States, has round pupils.
Poisonous snakes have tails that come to a point rather abruptly, making them ... This is how you identify a Coral Snake best, since they have rounded pupils, and ... The best thing to do when coming across any type of snake is to remain calm.
The rattlesnakes have rattles on the end of their tails. ... Remember, all snakes have triangular heads, and most have colors and patterns of some type. ... The coral snake has a rounded head, roundpupils, and no heat-sensing pits. ... How do I know if a snake is poisonous - There is no way to be completely sure that a ...
there is a little sticker on the cross rail above the radiator. It has a picture of a long wrench being applied to the tensioner in order to release tension. You will need a wrench to do that. Try all your open end wrenches until you find the right one then rig an extension for it. hose clamps and a pipe or a broom stick may come in handy.
Now you can either spend a day trying to snake the new belt down and around the lower crank pulley, or you can spend an hour and pull off the right front wheel and remove the service panel behind the wheel in the wheel well. With that panel off snaking the new serpentine belt is a snap and you need someone to hold it in place while you move the tensioner, he puts the belt on, and you release the tensioner. Now while you are in there with the service panel open, as the car is 14 years old, you might want to replace the tensioner itself and the right side "dog bone" motor mount. They both tend to also go bad with age and use and both come out with two bolts. Once you have mastered the right dog bone, you can pull the battery tray and do the one on the driver's side. the bolts which hold the battery tray on are undone through the left front wheel well.
I had a problem with no start on 97 skylark. The anti theft light would come on. I would have to leave the key in the on position, then maybe it would think the key was the right key and I wasn't a thief. Column lock cylinder was changed as well as ignition switch (didn't solve the problem). Turned out to be a part in the instrument cluster. I'm in AZ and plastic parts crumble after a few years.
Most of the control relays for the vanagon AC can be found on the drivers side D pillar under the plastic or in the cabinet if you have a cabinet. Best to buy a 'Bentley' factory service manual to help out. Cane Rattler...1989 Vanagon