The light beam would leave the front of them at the speed of light.
The stereo light should not go out. It should get dimmer though. They assume that if your headlights are on, it is dark outside and you don't need as much light to read the radio display as you would in bright light.
A reflected light would be light reflected by a mirror, and the light would remain unchanged. A reflected light of daylight is when white light is split into 'rainbow' colours.
becaues the way i was holding it
you flip a light switch on and it is turned into light energy
if the sun turned into a black hole we would be gone in seconds... it wouldn't matter Another answer: The Earth gravitational attraction would remain the same. Sun's gravitational attraction would also remain the same. Why? Because their mass would remain the same.
An intermittent connection would be a connection that is not constant. For example, if you have a light in your house that you have turned on and it flickers on and of, that would be intermittent, not constant light.
The remote wire coming out of your car stereo constantly sends a low voltage signal while the stereo is turned on. This is to signal external components such as amplifiers or power antenae to activate. If you don't have these items, the remote wire should be taped off as to not ground out on anything. IF you were wondering where to run the remote wire from your amplifier to a stereo that does not have a remote wire, I would suggest sistering it to the hot wire (red) coming out of the stereo. Make sure that your radio doesn't function without the ignition turned on. If your radio works without the key in the ignition and you have your remote wire from your amp wired to the hot wire on your deck your amp will remain on all of the time wether you're in the car or not. This will lead to a dead battery. Hope this helps Shane (vmax33)
It could not travel at the speed of light. But hypothetically, it would glow.
Two most probable possibilities immediately come to mind. To be checked out and eliminated first is that the brake light switch is not adjusted properly. The second would be that the brake light switch has become defective.j3h. check to see that brake pedal is releasing properly and not resting on brake light switch
if you leave the parking lights switch "ON" the lights will remain on, even if the car has been turned off.
what would cause the ADVTRAC OFF light to remain on on my 2005 ford explorer
It would help to know what year and model car and if original equipment or after market.
Check your stereo wiring. The generator light staying on is a sign of a shorted or grounded wire. sounds like you blew a fuse that is tied into the field wire circuit for the charge system
Your headlights would come on and the light would speed ahead of the car at 186,282 miles per second.
That would be where you connect anything with a STEREO AUDIO OUTPUT.
If either switch is turned on the light will be on. BUT- If the switches were wired to different phases of the AC power source they would be out of phase and blow the breaker if they were turned on at the same time.
There could be an issue with a sensor which could be making your check engine light remain lit. You would be advised to see if your local mechanic can help fix the problem.
Depending on how high tech you would like your stereo system to be you can purchase one for $50 and up. To me a stereo system would be my ipod with speakers attached to it. It really depends on what type of stereo you are looking for.
have vehicle scanned to determine the problem
Nothing. Fire consumpts oxygen to light and remain.
nothing (blackness) if there was no light atall. This is because everything is black when there is no light (it is the absence of light).
If a home were wired in series, every light and appliance would have to be turned on in order for any light or appliance to work.
The problem is that your light would go out if you were not moving. Batteries allow the light to remain on even when you are not moving and turning the dynamo.