The EGR valve may not be functioning correctly allowing too much oxygen to enter into the combustion process. If someone has rebuilt the engine the compression could be at a high enough level that increased levels of oxides of Nitrogen could be produced. Note that high compression and faulty EGR valves that allow too much oxygen both cause the combustion temperature to run higher than designed. High compustion temperatures are the ultimate cause of elevated levels of oxides of Nitrogen. *Engine could also be running too hot and casusing incresed combustion temperatures causing increased oxides of nitrogen
Having your period can cause high protein levels in a urine test. Protein in the urine can also be caused by infection.
Your catalytic converter may need to be replaced. Your CEL may be lit. Get your ECU scanned for trouble codes. The EGR may cause high "HC". This usually stands for hydrocarbons. If your engine has high mileage, burning oil contributes to increased levels of hydrocarbons on the emission test.
Electron transition is the cause for the emission of electromagnetic radiation.
Do you have to licence your vehicle within a certain number of day from the emission test? Sandra
I want to know is 2.69pg/mg a high level of thc for hair drug test
You need a referral to a Gyn for high prolactin levels. Many things can cause this. If your HCG levels are under 5 then you are not pregnant. Over 5 and your pregnant.
The last time I had my '92 SC300 smogged at a "test only" station, it cost $60. That was last year.
I would drive 20-50 miles to reset the computer. Depends on what kind of emission test you are talking about. Do you mean the emission test for a state inspection?
The purpose of a vehicle emission test is to make sure that a vehicle is not emitting harmful toxins into the air. What is tested for varies by state but mainly looks for carbon emission.
The cause is each chemical element has different spectral emission lines.
Bromine levels are too high
To Determine the emission spectrum of a sample
Yes sometimes you do not have high enough HCG levels for the test to show postive.
I think, in a blood test there would be above average/high amounts of testosterone, but also there could be high levels of oestrogen to counteract the high testosterone.
I'm late on my period and having alot of signs of pregnancy. If I'm pregnant with twins would that cause my hormone levels to be lower and cause a negative test?
These are thyroid levels if the levels are out of range the test should specify high or low Hope this helps
Depends how far along you are. If it is still early on your levels dropping may cause a lighter test. but if you are say more than 6 weeks, you will likely start bleeding and cramping, even though your tests look the same since your levels were so high to begin with.
Test your water for high levels of copper.
"The ''uric acid test" is ordered if the doctor suspects high levels of uric acid''
Timing, vacuum, and carburetor jetting can affect CO levels, keep in mind that high 7% or low will cause high hc readings. set timing to factory setting and adjust carb jets for smoothest idle, probably will slow idle down quite a bit so after that adjust the idle speed screw until idle speed is at normal. you will need to reset after test is done. All settings must be at optimum for burning fuel as co is unburnt fuel, that is why vacuum leaks are not good.