When the car is idling in an enclosed space, such as a garage, the Oxygen in the enclosed space is constantly being used up by the engine to burn the fuel. In time, the amount of Oxygen in the air decreases and the amount of Carbon-dioxide increases. So after a while, the engine does not get enough Oxygen to burn the fuel completely resulting in incomplete combustion of fuel. This incomplete combustion results in the production of Carbon-monoxide (CO) instead of Carbon-dioxide (CO2).
Similarly when the tailpipe of an automobile is obstructed (by water or other physical obstructions), this creates a back-pressure to the engine and the engine does not suck in enough air from the atmosphere resulting in incomplete combustion of fuel followed by production of Carbon-monoxide.
When hydrocarbons are burned, carbon dioxide is formed. If the hydrocarbon is burned in low amount of oxygen, carbon monoxide can be formed. Carbon monoxide is harmful for animals.
Carbon monoxide is what an engine produces, and it kills.
Fumes which are a byproduct of combustion within the engine block, most commonly Carbon Dioxide and Carbon Monoxide.
Carbon Monoxide is a by-product of combustion of petroleum (Gasoline) When gasoline burns (Because of the ignition that happens within the engine) it products carbon monoxide (Chemical Formula "CO"). The greater the engine capacity and power/speed, the greater is the amount of gasoline that gets burnt and greater is the amount of carbon monoxide produced
Almost none. The combustion in a car engine is nearly complete.
It does not remove carbon monoxide.
Carbon dioxide is one element given off after burning of fuels(hydr-carbons) in an oxygen atmosphere. The buring inside the piston of a car's engine does not completely burn all the carbon so carbon monoxide is produced in addition to carbon dioxide.
Carbon monoxide is pronounced Car-Bon Mon-Ox-Ide
It is the burnt product after the oxygen and fuel are mixed and used to power the engine.
Co is form in high temperatures. Co2 form because of burning of fuels.
No it won't hurt the engine BUT you could get carbon monoxide in the car. Don't sit in a parked car with the engine running if your exhaust is bad - it could kill you.