no, just don't remove the O2 sensor, and hey what about the environment(GUILT TRIP) also ...everyone should have a manual for their vehicle, and the library should have a professional shop manual available for FREE to make copies of...read up and repair like a PRO! Dave :) dont get caught! 20,000 and jail time for mechanic. 10,000 for the one that had mechanic do it!
I dont believe it will if the converter is cracked but if the converter is plugged it definetly will.
Yes, it can affect the oxygen sensors and catalytic converter.Yes, it can affect the oxygen sensors and catalytic converter.
No it does not.
mercury = pregnant = fish
Mercury doesn't really affect our water, it affects and poisons us and other life in the water. It is a poison that interferes with the brain and nervous system.
it kills them
the answer is no . the converter would not affect just one cylinder .
Before you read any further, I must tell you that removing the catalytic converter is illegal. I strongly advise that you DO NOT remove it. You will be in violation of Federal and most state laws. That being said, the biggest negative effect, as stated, is that is illegal. You will never pass emissions. But if you don't have emissions tests, removing the catalytic converter will increase flow of exhaust from your engine, allowing the engine to run more efficiently. This means more power, and since the weight doesn't change, better fuel economy (usually). But before you go chopping off your catalytic converter, it is important to know that on modern cars, there is an oxygen sensor after the converter to monitor it's performance. removing the converter will turn on the 'check engine' light. Also, depending on your vehicle, the o2 sensor may also affect your fuel/air mixture, and may hurt both fuel economy and power. One last thing to consider: There IS such a thing as too little restrictions on exhaust. Some engines need some back pressure to run efficiently. Removing the catalytic converter and the muffler, and increasing the diameter of the pipes too much will decrease the velocity with which the exhaust gases move, which will actually cause more restrictions on the engine.
No, it has no effect on the A/C.
Theres usually a oxygen sensor around or even inside the cat so when you remove the cat it causes codes to be sent to your computer and your check engine light will come on. That's the only effect it has on the sensor.
Not at all your tonsils are in your mouth and removing them would have no affect on your ability to have children, removing the ovaries on the other hand will
the element mercury can cause brain damage of kidney damage which could be fatal
not really, as long as it is at the right temperature, it will not be affected
Removing a bulb - or opening the switch - breaks the flow of current in a series circuit.
Yes, a bad cat can cause issues.
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Not at all.
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No, it wouldn't affect the idle unless you were somehow overheating the engine.
Not really. If Mercury suddenly disappeared, it would not significantly affect the rest of the Solar System.