What is open on fault?
There are isolation devices (Circuit breakers) meant to cut off or OPEN automatically when a fault occurs. The breaker has "opened" on fault.
Means the PCM has detected a fault with the closed loop system, and is operating in open loop fault. Open loop is a program that the PCM runs during start up, and continues to run until the PCM decides the o2 sensor is hot enough to be relied on for fuel control. closed loop runs relies on the o2 sensor for fuel control. open loop fault happens when an error is reported. look for O2…
Answer If you were parked and you were exiting the vehicle (car not in motion), the other car is at fault. A parked car with door open or closed is still a parked car. Answer This MIGHT be a comparative negligence incident in which both of you may share fault. It depends on several factors: Was your door open all the way before the vehicle drove in? Did you open it the moment the car…
To replace the wire ground fault switch, you need to switch off electric power from the source. After switching it off you can use the screwdriver to open screw and remove the faulty switch and replace it with a good one. <<>> There is no such a device as a ground fault switch. There is a ground fault breaker and a ground fault receptacle.
It's my fault the car was stolen i left the window open. Why do we use fault over here and why not mistake?
Who is at fault if a driver in a parked car has a door open in oncoming moving traffic in Pennsylvania?
With garage door opening probably the fault of the driver. With a closing door driver could be not at fault if someone closed it on top of car. But opening should be seen by driver. Like running into a closed door that's not moving. Unless someone told the driver it was open and it wasn't and so the driver hit it backing out. Or it was open then someone else closed it and started to…
Who is at fault when someone is backing out of parking lot and the car next to it has door open and you hit the door?
Who is at fault when you are pulling out of a parking space and the car next to you swings open their door and the you hit their car?
A relay is a switch; it is not usually meant to open under fault conditions (high current), and would likely fail if done so. A fuse is a fault protection device. If a short circuit develops, large currents will flow, and the fuse link will melt, causing the circuit to open. There are also protective relays, which are devices that sense fault, or other undesireable conditions, and are used to send trip commands to breakers.
Are you at fault if you leave your car door open for more than a few seconds and someone runs into it?
Anyone who hurts themself on your property can sue you. Since she is an employee, that may open up a different can of worms for you too. Answer well she can but it depends on who's fault i was for example if she left a wet spot on the floor and slipped that's her fault but if you pushed her then its your fault
This depends. Often, it is the parked car's fault because the door can be considered as an obstruction. However, it is possible that the passing car may be at fault, especially if it can be proven that its driving could endanger the parked car. Always check with the claims department of your insurer and the local law. Local law tends to place fault with the parked car.
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What would cause the entire house to lose electricity and then go back on and the breaker not to go off?
A loss of voltage on the power grid will cause the condition you describe. The utility company has protection on the line called reclosers. If a fault is sensed, the line will open and then reclose. Many times line faults are of a momentary nature and clear themselves. Small tree limbs will produce this type of fault, on the second reclose sometimes the limb will burn off and the line clears itself. Reclosers usually are…