Oxygen sensor voltages on a 1993 Subaru and most other vehicles should, with the sensor fully warmed (above 600 degrees F) vary rapidly above and below .45 volts. The range of fluctuations can be from .1volt to .9volts. A digital voltmeter will usually average these voltages to about .45 volt. Lower voltages indicate a lean mixture and higher voltages indicate a rich mixture. A scan tool or oscilloscope is necessary to see acurate live voltage changs on an oxygen sensor.
Absolutely. Not just on Subaru but every car built that has an oxygen sensor. And they all do.
The code 32 for a Subaru vehicle is for the coolant sensor or the oxygen circuit.
When a Subaru has a faulty O2 sensor the fuel management is out of whack.
Oxygen sensors on all cars built in the last 20 years or so are located in the exhaust system. Subaru has them before and after the front catalytic converter.
Probably referring to a heated oxygen sensor.
I just purchased new catalytic converters for my 1999 Subaru Legacy Outback. There are three ports for oxygen sensors. They appear to be on the top of the converters. I just purchased new catalytic converters for my 1999 Subaru Legacy Outback. There are three ports for oxygen sensors. They appear to be on the top of the converters.
the exchange of gases for example carbon intake and oxygen output for photosynthesis and oxygen intake and carbon dioxide output for respiration takes place by diffusion.
You cannot bypass this sensor.
use of oxygen increases the energy output of suger burning almost 20 fold
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Oxygen sensor on 1990 Subaru Legacy is under car, just behind engine where exhaust manifolds join but before catalytic converter. Wires run up right side of bellhousing and connect into wiring harness.
Oxygen sensors are in the exhaust system. The front one is before the first catalytic converter.
so the blood can pump out oxygen
If there were more plants, there would be more Oxygen in the air. This is because when plants carry out photosynthesis, they intake carbon dioxide and output oxygen.
oxygen consumption is nearly linear with power output or running velocity
The oxygen sensor measures the amount of oxygen in the exhaust gases. Theoretically, if the fuel mix is perfect, then there should be no oxygen in the burned gas ... if it detects O2 it assumes that there wasn't enough fuel ... and adds more.
One is in the exhaust manifold on the passenger side, the other is in the exhaust after the dowpipe.
input, carbon dioxide and wateroutput, glucose and oxygen
Cardiac output is the total volume of blood that is pumped by the heart per minute. When you exercise, there is a greater demand for oxygen, which is carried in your blood, thus your cardiac output increases.
Hydrolysis can be effected by applying a voltage across water. inverted cylinders over the anode and cathode will collect hydrogen and oxygen gas.
Oxygen & Glucose
Respiratory sensors. Respiratory sensors monitor oxygen intake and carbon dioxide output.
No. The whole point of respiration is to intake oxygen for cellular functions. Animals inhale mostly oxygen and exhale mostly carbon dioxide because if it exhaled more oxygen than it inhaled, it would lose oxygen. Plants, on the other hand, are the opposite. They intake carbon dioxide and output oxygen. Still, though, due to the Law of Conservation of Matter, if an organism has an output of any one substance greater than its input, after a while it would run out of that substance. <|:)
The reactant in chemistry is output of a chemical equation. for example if hydrogen with oxygen forms water then hydrogen and oxygen are the reactants and water is the product 2H + O2 -> 2H2O
A decrease or increase of cardiac output in the body can result to several health problems depending on the body's health conditions. A stroke is prevalent if there is an increase of cardiac output that cannot be handled by the system. Lack of oxygen in the brain is an effect of a decrease cardiac output on the other hand.