The first thing you should ck is your ignition. The vehicle may need to be re-keyed. The ignition switch could also be broken. This tends to occur especially by using generic copies of the key. Sometime they are not made to the precise specification.
If you are referring to xenon headlamps, none of the S-series Saturns had Xenon headlamps. They are halogen headlamps (I used to sell Saturns).
Are you losing coolant? Any check engine light? Has the weather been damp when problem occurs?No coolant loss or check engine light. We have had a lot of moisture this year. I am kind of leaning towards spark plug wires right now, but still not sure.Wires sound like a good bet. For the heck of it pu…
The higher the rated wattage of the bulb, the greater the luminous efficacy, which means you get more lumens per watt using a 120-watt bulb than using two 60-watt bulbs. Check the lumen ratings for the two 60 watt bulbs, and compare it with the lumen rating for the 120 watt bulb. That should give y…
First off, I am NOT an electrician, but I have guts. I just hung a European chandelier and hooked it up to 110 voltage. It works, but it doesn't put out as much light as it would with 220. A more elegant solution would be to take the lamp to a shop and get it rewired. If you want to do it yourself, …
Dimmers can cause ceitain light bulbs to be noisy due to the way the triac based dimmer chops up the ac sine wave. Different bulbs use different filament structure. The chopped up sign wave can set up vibrations in the filament structure. Some filament structures vibrate more or less.
Yes, lighting and wall receptacles use 12/2 wiring. Put no more than 10 lights, or outlets, or a combination of both on one circuit. Outlets for the refrigerator, microwave, washing machine, whirlpool bath, dishwasher, and garbage disposal, should each be on a dedicated circuit all their own. Kitche…
You need to remove the screw that holds the light ring and pull the whole light fixture out of the water and up onto the deck. There should be enough wire wrapped around the back of the light to allow this. Remove the lens, replace the bulb, and reinstall the lens with a new gasket, being careful no…
We had a problem,year after year with every bulb we had replaced. My pool contractor would check the electrical current in the switch, in the connections under the plate in the deck, and in the fuse box. He would also check for a current in the bulb everytime. No problem would show up each time but …
The sun's rays do penetrate water, but each color penetrates to a different extent. Generally, the more energetic colors, those at the upper end of the color spectrum, the blues and violets, penetrate deeper. The lower frequency wavelengths, the oranges and reds, peter out at shallower depths. But t…
daytime running lights always go off when you shut off the car.early ones had time delay.
check your twilight sentinel you'll feel a click when you turn it all the way when you feel the click turn it the other way
The Lens is the image-forming device on a camera. The lens bends
light rays to project an image onto a light sensitive medium, which
may be any of several forms, including film, sensitized glass
plate, or electronic sensor.
The Diaphragm is a variable opening which controls the quantity
LO WASH means you are low on windshield cleaner fluid.
Not sure as to why the back up light is stuck on. Usually that turns off with the key.. But, the brake lights is due to a little adjuster falling off on the brake pedal. Happened to me in 2 cars. If you follow the brake pedal up into the dash, you will see a little button that basically goes through…
It's possible that you have a problem with the vacuum system that engage/disengage the 4WD. Default position when something fail is 4H and it looks like your car is on this position even when you select 2H or 4L.I think this link can help you: http://4wd.blogeasy.com/article.view.run?articleID=31877…
I did some online research on your question. I found some useful info on your states official Dept. of Transportation site. What I found is here:
I do not know.Thank You,J. D. Bloom
if the bulbs are good, check the fuses to make sure the b/u lamp fuse isn't blown. If the fuse is good, then you should inquire about a back up light switch for your particular make and model vehicle, as this is the most likely cause.
All power vessels must have a white Stern light.
Rules differ slightly between power boats and sailing vessels, where sailing vessels can have both their port, starboard and stern lights on their mast.
An all around white light denotes a vessel at anchor.
If a vessel is longer then I th…
This might be caused by a bulb that is ready to burn out. When they get close to burning out, they do funny things like burning really brightly or pulsating, etc.
It's possible that your lights might have been wired improperly, too.
All sounds ok, just out of intrest are the bulbs lo…
Check for a bad ground wire on one of the turnsignal sockets.
Sometimes when a dual-filament bulb burns out, one filament will drop onto the second filament. This electrically connects the rake/turn circuit to the parking/taillight circuit. This will cause the turn signals to flash very…
Look on the side of the dash on drivers side left remove that panel look at the back of the panel all fuses are listed just match it with the box make sure to replace the fuse with the correct one.also try moving the gauge dimmer back and forth quickly and see if it flickers that's a common problem …
The check engine light does not indicate your fluids are low. There are separate lights for that. The MIL (or check engine light) indicates there is a problem with your fuel injection, ignition, emmisions or engine and a DTC (or diagnostic trouble code) has been stored. Your best bet is to pull the …
Northern LightsThere is no difinitive brightness to the aurora. The total brightness is in many millions of watts in terms of light produced but in local terms the brightness depends on the following factors:1, The 11 year solar cycle varies the volume of charged particles emitted by the sun. In oth…
I doesn't have enough, so when it falls it doesn't enough strength to make it break.
Answer:Because of its shape. The cube is strong but remove 2 sides and any force will knock it down. Same as a rectangle. But a circle has a perfect arch. The Romans found out that an arch will hold up more weight …
Start with the most likely problem, check the bulb first, then the sending unit, then the wiring.
Plastic stains very easily. Anything tomato based or acidic can stain plastic and it is not harmful to you.
A light using two (or more) electrodes in a glass tube filled with
a mixture of inert gases. The most common (and the source of the
name) is neon gas, which produces a red light when ionized by
current flow between the electrodes. Helium, argon, and xenon are
used in the mixture to produce other col…
Light is a form of energy which gives a sensation of sight to eyes. It enables the eyes to see objects by the light the objects reflect or shadow. Light is a part of the electromagnetic spectrum. Some restrict "light" to what humans can detect with our eyes but many scientists simply use the word l…
An LED produces light when current flows through it. The LED will have a rated current specified by the manufacturer. The current can be 2 mA for some of the smaller ones, 150 mA for the ones in most LED flashlights, up to 500 mA for some of the elements in LED traffic lights.Some background: In ord…
Accelerating electrons emit photons of light.
as the pH increases the absorption decreases
i think you should drill through the wall slowly
The question was about drilling an hole in a mirror. I think the correct way to do this is to mark out where the hole is required, get some putty and form a cupped mound below, fill with varsol or white spirit, and drill the hole slowly wit…
There may be a LED bulb that will fit in the socket. If you go to a higher watt bulb, you may burn something up. A clear lens cover may help also, not sure if anyone sells them.I just installed LED lights by PUTCO. they are really really bright and look awesome. It was expensive but cool after it is…
Open the tailgate. There are two bolts on the right side, of your left tail light. Should be a 10mm socket or a Philips screwdriver can also be used to remove them. The light is clipped in still to the body. You have to push the light to the left while keeping the light square to the body and it wil…
See the link.
Roughly the visible region is 300 nm to 650. so that's 350 nm total. The electromagnetic spectrum goes from 10 Megameters to 1 picometer. So the percentage of the spectrum occupied by visible light is tiny, just 3.5 X 10-9 divided by 10^19
So that's 3.5x10…
The term temperature (a construct) is a used to measure heat energy, to compare "hot" and "cold" things. A rock in the desert sun is hot. A fire is hotter. What's the difference? We devised a "scale" and developed instruments to measure "amounts of heat" to give us what we currently use as temperatu…
yes, due to the ionic charges
The disadvantage are that it can cause skin cancer if you are exposed to sufficient amounts of UV light (in particular, UV-B and UV-C light).See the Related Questions link to the left of this answer for more information about that: "How do UV-B rays affect people?"One of the beneficial uses of UV li…
Magnesium : P
The asteroid will always take the path minimizing its Lagrangian, known as the least action principle in Lagrangian mechanics. With conservative forces, there are four basic shapes for two different cases. Either the asteroid is trapped in the gravitational pull of an object, or it is not trapped. I…
Yes, the gas in flatulence is flammable and can easily be set on fire.
Early bulbs were made of glass, blown into a bulb shape, using techniques already common in making glass drinking vessels and ornaments. The filment is inserted at the open end and the glass re-heated to form a seal. The air is drawn out using a suction pump, either attached at the same free end o…
For a human, the frequency of the visible light range is 380 to 750
nanometers. Most people are around this range; some may able to see
colors slightly above or below this range.
No, the Northern Lights, or to give it it's proper name the Aurora Borealis take place in the Ionosphere which is just above the Mesosphere.
Northern lights is the name of a light phenomenon (aurora borealis) often seen in northern regions. The lights have been around since Earth formed an atmosphere, the dinosaurs saw it, early humans saw it and our descendants will see it. The scientific name for the phenomenon is "Aurora Borealis", a…
Shadows are caused when an object is blocking the light causing the shape to appear on the ground in the opposite direction of the source of the light. A shadow only appears in the light or when any shining object faces them. All objects in the way of the light will appear with a shadow in the oppos…
Black is the color that absorbs the most light (that is why it is black -- because all colors of light are absorbed and so none are reflected back to your eye, making it look black). White reflects all colors of light, and so absorbs the least amount of light. White looks white, because al…
Yes, fluorescent inks can be manufactured. And they are. To keep it simple, something that is fluorescent will fluoresce under high energy light, usually ultraviolet light. This high energy light will be absorbed by the fluorphore, and it will re-emit light of a lower energy, usually in the visible …
I found that a wire to the ignition switch was broken where you put your key in . this did not let the chip be read . and the security kept flashing.and car would not even start. after repairing the wires it started up perfect. hope this helps
Free Electron Theory: This theory tells that, metals conduct electricity because of the presence of free electrons in it. The outermost shells of metal atoms will be loosely bound with their nucleus. So the electrons in it are free to move anywhere in the solid.These electrons are called …
Visible light spectrum is approximately 400-800 Terahertz or 400 Terahertz wide.
Fluorescent materials are used in illumination, displaying, solid
state lasers,light communication,light memory and so on.
if it can escape the room it will continue on until it hits and
obsitcle, at which points it disapates on impact due to its speed
and inability to penetrate the object
I am only an eighth grader, but read my answer. So, when the visible light passes through the prim and refracts on it's edges, the beam of light splits into a spectrum and it looks like a rainbow, only because white light is acctually all of the colors of light put together. Hope i helped :) A "…
The wavelength of ultraviolet light is between 10 and 400 nanometers (nm).From the wavelength you can determine the frequency. If you divide the speed of light by the wavelength, you can calculate the frequency. The frequency range would be from 7.5 x 1014 Hz to 3 x 1016 Hz.
Of the colors in the visible spectrum, red has the lowest
frequency and the longest wavelength. As you move on "up" the
spectrum, wavelengths get shorter.
Red has the longest spectrum of all visible light. But infrared is
even longer and there are many more "colors" but you can't see
remove dashboard and replace 2 bulbs behind it
No. Light is light. A: It's the wavelength that photodiodes are sensitive too. Specs vary widely, so photo emmitters have to be matched with photodiodes, or they won't 'see the light' This comes in handy when using your IR remote on a fairly bright day. If your TV could see all light, it would be …
yes..for easy healing of the perineum.gets?
the heat of the light promotes faster circulation in the blood vessels around the perineum. Good circulation in the site is giving it ample of tissue repair and nutrients need for healing.
check your fuses
Thanks Aratelad, though this isn't correct. See
for the definition of luminescence.
Answer If I were writing a poem, I would say "moonglade"
Thanks for calling me out, my bad. Next time send a private me…
White light is a mixture of all of the visible wavelengths in the spectrum. When white light strikes any object, some, all, or none is reflected off it and the balance of the light spectrum is absorbed. For example a baseball essentially reflects ALL of the wavelengths striking it, absorbing none. …
No, blue light is not easily used by most algae.
Answer A spectrum is a band of seven colors obtained after white light is split. This can be understood by the fact that if a white light (sunlight) is passed through a prism and allowed to fall on a white screen, the seven split colors can be seen. The arrangement of the colors are in the order: …
Because there are a lots of lights in the stadium.
If you're wondering about the flash mechanism, it works just like a flashlight. There is a little lightbulb which gets power from the camera battery to light up when taking a picture with flash.If you're wondering about the display, it works in the same way above only with LEDs (Light Emitting Diode…
Thomas A. Edison. It actually wasn't Edison he made the bulb Lewis Howard Latimer made the light or rather the carbon filament that causes it to shine or turn on.
When light strikes a surface ,it changes it's frequency and when the light is reflected from that surface to human eyes ,the rod cells and cone cells inside which rodopsin and eyedopsin is present ,get certan signal from that light according to which our brain interprets different colors.
most likely neutral switch but check bulb first neutral switch is located right front under lower frame tube behind exhaust pipes
Light is important because it helps us humans see, helps plants that undergo photosynthesis grow, and is needed to warm the earth. There are many very useful ways that light can be used.
Of sorts, it reflects and focuses it into a single path, instead of it just going anywhere it desires.
IN ADDITION:No. The reason for this is that the mirror blocks the light that it reflects. One side of the candle is twice as bright because of the mirror, but one side isn't lit at all. So the sa…
The electromagnetic spectrum is the full range of known electromagnetic radiation, ranging from radio waves to gamma rays.Radio waves are at one end of the spectrum with the longest wavelength and the lowest frequency. Gamma rays at the other end have the shortest wavelength and the highest frequenc…
Light hits a surface and bounces off, which changes the direction
of the light.
This change in direction is called reflection of light.
Light is not a mechanical wave. So no need to have a material medium to pass through. Even through vacuum light can travel. Because it is an electromagnetic wave. As electrical and magnetic disturbance pass on in the form of transverse wave the distance between successive crests is defined as the wa…
The northern lights are light you can see in the sky. They are created be solar storms. The storms hit the atmosphere and are forced to the poles. The storms mix with oxygen and tern into colours and that is what you see.
About 3 minutes
Bending of light is caused by a light ray going through different mediums, for example from air into a glass prism. Light would bend when it hits the glass (at an angle) then bend again when it leaves the prism. This is called refraction. The basic cause is the fact that light travels at differen…
may be the speed sensor/on the rear diff.controls abs+speedo on later models/mine was on for about 6 mos before the speedo went lame/replacement fixed both2000 Mazda B-3000. Problem: ABS light went on, then Check Engine light. Speedometer not functioning until about 30 mph, tranny shifts hard on 2n…
6.2x10‾ ⁷m to 7.5x10‾ ⁷m roughly
Infrared light lies between the visible and microwave portions of the electromagnetic spectrum. Infrared light has a range of wavelengths, just like visible light has wavelengths that range from red light to violet. "Near infrared" light is closest in wavelength to visible light and "far infrare…
The question is a trap. It is created by blind men of Furnace Mountain.
Don't make light emitting from Furnace Mountain. Don't make light emitting from anywhere. Fall into this trap and you will never experience light or dark. The potential of everything will be lost to you.
Better to buy flashlig…
Humphrey Davy created the electric arc in 1800 (no bulb). Joseph Wilson Swan created the carbon filament which produced light in 1878. Charles Francis Brush used Carbon Arc lighting to illuminate a public square in 1877. In 1879 Thomas Alva Edison put it all together in an oxygen free bulb that was …
the northen lights are located at the north and south poleThe Northern Lights can be found near the polar regions up north like Northern Canada, Northern Europe, and Northern Asia.
a normal person's eyes detect waves of 390-750nm (visible light)
The muscles contract harder based on how heavy the object is
expected to be, putting more work in to lift heavier objects the
same amount. However, if they put in too much work for an object,
the motion over-compensates, and the muscles simply pull everything
farther, often resulting in falling over…
White absorbs the least light. The "pigment" that causes the color white does not absorb any other colors, so all the colors are reflected back to you as "everything", or white. Think of white light. There are many colors hidden in white light, and by the process of refraction, white light can be se…
The sun creates a solar flare and it hits our atmosphere and creates it. I found it in my text book about astronomy
The electromagnetic (EM) spectrum is the entire range of
frequencies that electromagnetic radiation can have. The EM
spectrum is divided into sections based on the common
characteristics that certain frequency ranges have. These sections
are, in order from low to high frequency, radio waves, microwa…
VIBGYOR is the abbreviation for the colors along the visible
spectrum. Wavelength increases from left to right, so violet has
the shortest wavelength. The shortest wavelength of visible light
is the wavelength of the last color. In the visible spectrum
violet/purple has the shortest wavelength. Beyo…
Yes, for instance, try growing a plant under a green light. it will die, as the plant's leaves will reflect all the light, and there will very little energy gained.
Additionally on the ROYGBIV spectrum of light "BIV" has more energy than "ROY" this is why plants are usually colored green-to avoid o…
Light comprising just one particular wavelength.
No, a prism won't split a laser beam into a visible spectrum. Light from most lasers is almost monochromatic, so glass prisms bend the light without splitting it. However, lasers are not perfect, and their spectrum is not an infinitely narrow line. The "linewidth" for a diode laser is a …
ANSWER:Luminous could also mean 'full of light or illuminated'. For example: luminous hands of a clock. Here, luminous denotes shiny or that give light. In the example: luminous room; luminous indicates well-lighted. Something that is clear or easy to understand is also termed luminous. Fro example:…
The answer is no. What determines maximum channel capacity is spectrum width not absolute value. For example 700 - 720 MHz would have the same potential capacity as 28000 to 28,020 Mhz. 28,000 to 28,160 Mhz could potentially have 40 times. 700 Mhz is much better spectrum than 28 GHz because lower fr…
Examples of Opaque Objects- wood, leather, rubber, iron, gold etc.
The Thomas Edison light bulb was safe and inexpensive when it was
first invented. It was about $1 per bulb.