okay i just found out a carbyrator will pass emissions you just have to be able to run the emissions controls like catylist convertor and air injecton pump if you have one
Perform better, no. The air pump helps to clean up the emissions.
I belive It is an air pump I would recommend that you leave it there because it helps the engin breath better. it is an air pump and in some states it HAS to be in working order to pass emissions at inspections. It is the A. I. R. (air injection reactor) pump they put them on for emissions. I would recommend keeping it on to pass emissions testing
The vehicle may fail the emissions test.
It cleans up the emissions but robs some horse power to drive the pump.
All sensors, air pump, and EGR
Emissions controls, fuel/air mixture, timing, and transmission.
The secondary air pump is located on the passenger side of the engine near the top sticking out of the side.
If you're talking about the air lines that force air into the exhaust manifolds from the air pump, that is an emissions thing. You could buy headers that have the threaded ports in them, add them yourself to headers that you've already bought, or defeat the emissions controls completely (not legal). Can't think of any vacuum lines involved with headers.
It pumps fresh air into the exhaust to help the catalytic converter (s) clean up the emissions.
You may damage the catalytic converter(s) and you probably won't pass emissions.
The air pump is activated by the car computer on a cold start, to heat up the oxygen sensors, so it will function faster, and prevent emissions
A stock 91 Camaro that has all its original emissions equipment would need an air tube for the AIR system to function properly and pass an emissions test. However, if you have removed the air pump and related systems, an air tube wouldn't be needed.
I have an 1981 camaro and the air pump on that is an emission related part located on the front of the engine compartment. My understanding is that it pumps air to to make the engine exhaust meet the emissions requirement. These pumps are not in the older prior to computer and emissions standards. Another expensive thing next to the catalytic converter. Can thank the green groups.
the emissions pump and system pull some of the exhaust out of the pipes and send it back to the air cleaner (reusing the air in the exhaust) and i guess that way it polutes less
The Clean Air Act is a federal law that controls air pollution on the national level. The emissions law regulates the air pollution for on-road and nonroad vehicles and engines.
no the fuel pump it self does not control emissions
In reality it pumps clean air into the exhaust to dilute it so that it would pass emissions tests.
In a motor manual.
it is useless to pump the gas in a fuel injected truck the pedal only controls the intake of air not the gas
An air pump pumps in fresh air into the exhaust system before the catalytic converter to help the cat converter burn unburned fuel = cleaner emissions.
The sound you are hearing is most likely the air pump(aka smog pump) pulsing air into the system to help lower the exhaust emissions. If you know where the smog pump is located, put your hand on the pump and you should feel it "pulse" to the sound you are hearing. The sound you are hearing is most likely the air pump(aka smog pump) pulsing air into the system to help lower the exhaust emissions. If you know where the smog pump is located, put your hand on the pump and you should feel it "pulse" to the sound you are hearing.
An air pump is a pump which transmits air into or out of something.
the fuel pump fuse