a catalytic converter is something that attaches to the cars exhaust, usually attached right to the engines exhaust manifold. It's purpose is to finish burning unburned, or partially burned fuel. It uses accelerants in order to do this. as such it's full of many precious minerals such as gold and platinum which is why they are so expensive.
The catalyst monitor is a system that uses two oxygen sensors. one before the catalytic converter and one after. By using these two sensors the catalyst monitor system can determine if the converter is properly doing it's job. this system can throw a check engine light code usually for a bad converter or one or both of the oxygen sensors is bad.
The oxygen sensor(s) installed after (downstream of ) the catalytic converter(s) are called catalyst monitors
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On a Ford Expedition , 5.4 and 4.6 Bank 2 is the drivers side of the engine Sensor 2 is in the exhaust AFTER the catalytic converter ( downstream sensor also called the catalyst monitor )
Bank 1 is the passenger side of the engine Sensor 2 is after the exhaust gas has passed through the catalytic converter ( downstream ) also known as a catalyst monitor
That would be an oxygen sensor installed AFTER the catalytic converter ( also called a catalyst monitor )
On a 1998 Ford Expedition : Bank 1 is the passenger side of the engine ( 4.6 and 5.4 ) Sensor 1 would be close to the engine BEFORE the exhaust enters the catalytic converter Sensor 2 would be AFTER the exhaust has passed through the catalytic converter ( also called a catalyst monitor )
To see the level of Carbon emissions we are producing so we can continue reducing it.
The " downstream " O2 sensor is in the exhaust AFTER the catalytic converter It is also called a catalyst monitor because it is used to monitor the performance of the catalytic converter
Because they are major pollutants that contribute to acid rain.
They monitor the air/fuel mixture before and after the cat converter and communicates with the cpu to help with emissions.
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On the 4.0 L OHV engine - 2 oxygen sensors - and one sensor used as a catalyst monitor for catalytic converter efficiency mounted downstream of the converter On the 4.0 SOHC engine - 2 oxygen sensors and 2 catalyst monitors
Each Monitor in an OBD system is designed to test and monitor the operation of a specific part of the vehicle's emissions system: (EGR system, oxygen sensor, catalytic converter, etc.). A specific set of 'conditions' or 'driving procedures' must be met before the computer can command a Monitor to run tests on its related system. These 'conditions' are known as 'Enabling Criteria
The little orange engine warning light is an emissions control monitor. When it is illuminated it could mean that your PCV valve needs replacing -or- the MAF sensor needs servicing -or- some other aspect of the emissions system is not functioning within specs.
In order to try to predict a volcanic eruption, scientists monitor the distribution of earthquakes near the volcano, the quantity, temperature, and composition of gas emissions, and look for deformation of the volcano itself. All of these can be used to determine if magma is moving underground, how close it is to the surface, and even how obstructed it is.
The purpose of a oxygen sensor is to monitor emissions. it does this by detecting the air fuel ratio if to much air it Will tell computer to add more fuel if to much fuel it will tell computer to add more air will help slightly with performance major with MPG and who cares about emissions right?
Take two samples, and apply a catalyst which will react to salt and sugar respectively to each sample. Monitor and record the results.
hey i got a 95 neon, when i changed my 02 sensors i just disconnected the battery for 15 min and it cleared the computer, and codes. Give it a whirl.
There are about 30 different sensors which monitor emission control systems components. It could be any one of them. Have a dealer run a diagnostic scan.
Bank 1 is the passenger side of the V6 or V8 engine in a Ford F-150 Sensor 2 is after the catalytic converter ( downstream ) also called a catalyst monitor
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My Chilton repair manual engine wiring schematic shows ( 3 ) - 2 would be for air / fuel ratio and the 3rd would be a catalyst monitor
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A computer monitor is hardware. It only provides for display.
As far as I know , after the tire(s) are inflated to the proper pressure , driving the vehicle for at least 1 minute will reset the tire pressure monitor