Several. Dirty air filter. defective CO2 sensor, needing new spark plugs, wires, and possibly cap & rotor. Worn out catalytic converter(s), or other engine control devices that aren't working properly. Due to the age of the car, check all the vacuum hoses. Replace as necessary. Some might be cracked and causing a slight vacuum leak or not connected at all.
of course we breathe out carbon dioxide not carbon monoxide
Soda does not have any amounts of carbon monoxide. It has carbon dioxide dissolved in it, but no carbon monoxide.
No. Carbon monoxide and carbon monoxide are different substances with different properties.
No. You can't get Cancer from Carbon Monoxide. You die from Carbon Monoxide instantly.
It does not contain carbon monoxide, but it will likely produce carbon monoxide when burned.
no that is carbon dioxide,carbon monoxide is CO
Carbon monoxide has no pH.
oxygen and carbon
Carbon monoxide is colourless
carbon monoxide is a gas
Canned carbon monoxide can be used to test carbon monoxide alarms and sensors.
Carbon+oxegen(arrow) carbon monoxide
when carbon combines with oxygen1 it forms carbon monoxide
No, carbon monoxide is CO. CO2 is carbon dioxide.
No. Carbon monoxide is a compound of the nonmetals carbon and oxygen.
Carbon monoxide is a compound made of the elements carbon and monoxide.Another answer: Carbon monoxide is a compound which contains atoms of the elements Carbon and Oxygen. It has the chemical formula CO.
Carbon monoxide is a lethal poison that is produced by fuels. Carbon monoxide is lighter than air Carbon monoxide has 1 Carbon atomand 1 oxygen molecule
Carbon monoxide has no smell.
CO is the formula for carbon monoxide :)
No. Carbon monoxide is odorless.
Carbon monoxide has the abilty to be oxidized.
The abbreviation for carbon monoxide (CO) is another way to say carbon monoxide.
No. Small concentrations of carbon monoxide are potentially lethal. Carbon monoxide requires higher concentrations.
The family would of died from carbon monoxide poisioning if the alarm did not go off.