Internal combustion engines, which are what most cars have, do consume oxygen as well as gasoline. In that sense, cars already run on oxygen.
No. It may run poorly but it will start and run.
No, you also need oxygen!
You can make a car run on water if you diffuse oxygen and hydrogen and use hydrogen in your internal combustion engine!But then it is not running on water which was the question. It is running on Hydrogen. So the answer is still NO, you cannot run a car on water.
They are working on that. They have machines that can separate the hydrogen from the oxygen. An automobile can run on hydrogen.
yes. In order for the engine to run, it needs both O2 and gas. If it doesnt get one or the other, it wont run
Because putting the gas in your engine starts the combustion process, that gives your car the energy to run. It takes oxygen and fuel to cause the explosions in your engine that gives it the energy to move down the road. Oxygen alone won't cause those explosions.
Oxygen sensors are important to have in a car. The price of one can run from $40-$200+, depending on where, what model, and any other specifics, when bought.
The car will start and run poorly in the limp mode and the check engine light will illuminate.
Yes, it can. So can many other things - check for codes in ecm.
yes it will make bring unmetered oxygen in and the o2 sensors will pick it up and it will run lean (lean=hot) (rich=cool)