Depending on the vehicle, it could damage the catalytic converter over time.
Petroleum is used for fuel and when it is burned it creates exhaust which releases carbon dioxide which makes up some of the ozone layer. But if not burned completely, it releases other dangerous gases into the air creating pollution.
No. The carcinogens are the tar and chemicals produced when the tobacco and other constituents of cigarettes are burned. These concentrate in the small alveoli cells of the lungs, where they destroy or damage tissue.
The burning smell from the exhaust pipe may be caused from oil or transmission fluid leaking into the exhaust pipe. For example, if your turbo is failing on the car, then that can cause leakage from the manifold into the exhaust pipe. There may be other reasons, too, which other people will be better articulating.
it can cause brain damage,lung cancer and other body deaseses....seviere damage to the body
Smoking one cigarette is not going to cause damage. You probably breathed in more harmful elements in the town you live in, to include vehicle exhaust fumes. That being said, continue cigarette use will cause damage, not only to your lungs, but many other parts of the body. Thus, I would strongly recommend that if that was your first cigarette, make it your last one.
Yes, it can cause damage, crop destruction, floods, and droughts (other places).
Yes, it can cause damage to the O2 sensor and catalytic converter.
Yes, a prolonged exhaust leak will eventually cause problems with your cylinder head. The leaking exhaust is very hot and you can cause small cracks in the head if you don't repair the problem promptly. If you can hear the exhaust leaking, it may already be too late! Get it checked out soon!
Not at all. Just watch yourself so that you don't get burned on the exhaust or other hot parts.
It can cause damage by destroying buildings, hurting peoples emotional feelings and many other various reasons hope it was help
Fishing nets don't really cause any damage, other than to the fish that are being caught.
No. While tornadoes may cause the most severe damage of any type of storm, hurricanes cause a greater quantity of damage because they affect a much larger area.