The Most Common Error Codes for Transmission Problems

If your Check Engine Light has come on, there are a number of conditions that could be causing it. Many are related to the transmission. Your mechanic can perform a computer analysis that will reveal the problems that can be causing the Check Engine Light to come on in the form of alphanumeric codes known as P codes. The following are among the most common P codes:

P0218: Transmission over temperature condition

Your transmission is overheating. Some vehicles have a dash light that will say “trans over temp,” but not all vehicles have this feature. This code could mean that the fluid sensor needs to be replace... Read more

Posted on August 2018,14   // Author: Admin  

What Happens When You Drive With the Parking Brake On?

Leaving a parking brake on in a vehicle at the same time as driving is a common incidence and an easy mistake to make, specially in case you are using a car you aren't used to. The first indication of a hassle is a lack of strength. And if the parking brake is left on for too long, you'll begin to perceive a burning odor, which occurs whilst the brake pad receives too much heat.

You maybe surprise if leaving the parking brake on while riding can damage your vehicle's brakes. The solution depends on the rate you have been travelling whilst it turned into, how long you drove with the parking brake engaged, and whether or not your ... Read more

Posted on August 2018,13   // Author: Admin  

How Long Can You Drive on a Plugged or Patched Tire?

You made it! You got your punctured tire repaired before it became damaged any further. The technician fixed it, filled it, and now you’re on your way. Then a thought clouds your mood over. How long are you able to drive with your tire like this? Is it safe to drive your car on a patched tire?

There are three common ways to repair a tire:

A patch over the puncture hole on the inside of the tire

A plug through the puncture hole

A combination patch-plug that covers the puncture from the inside and plugs through it

The only proper repair is a combination patch-plug. A patch or a plug on their o... Read more

Posted on August 2018,08   // Author: Admin  

2019 Rolls-Royce Cullinan preview: The best, made bigger

It might not be the first super-luxe automaker with an SUV in its lineup, but Rolls-Royce is determined to have the best one, and its name is Cullinan.

This has been a long time coming. The sea change in buyer attitudes toward SUVs has moved from morbid curiosity to unabashed stanning, regardless of price point. If Rolls-Royce didn't make a utility vehicle, it'd be leaving money on the table. It didn't rush one out, though, which is where many automakers get tripped up.

Rolls-Royce clearly wanted to make a car that embodies every inch of its badge, and it seems that the 2019 Cullinan fits the bill.

Looks the same... Read more

Posted on August 2018,04   // Author: Admin  

How Does Power Steering Impact a Vehicle’s Handling?

The goals of power steering
Ideally, power steering would do its job of making steering easier without having any negative effects on handling. The steering would still be quick and precise without being too sensitive to control easily, and the driver would still be able to tell what the wheels were doing at all times. All vehicle manufacturers try to achieve those goals with their power steering systems, and for the most part they succeed. Modern power steering systems that are functioning properly usually don’t have a big, negative impact on handling.

How power steering affects handling
Still, there’s alw... Read more

Posted on August 2018,02   // Author: Admin  

Real-life iron man suit is up for sale. Just in case you're tired of traffic.

Richard Browning is ready for take off. He lights his engines, bends his knees, and the next minute he's ascending into the air. He hovers, defying gravity, before he begins to fly up and down an ordinary London street.
No, this isn't a scene from a super hero movie -- this is Britain's real life "Iron Man" in action. Browning has created a state-of-the-art flying suit that rivals anything you've seen on the silver screen.
Want to get a piece of the action? Browning's jet suit is now officially on sale -- for no less than £340,000 (roughly $442,396).

This incredible invention was built by Browning using 3D printe... Read more

Posted on July 2018,25   // Author: Admin  

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Posted on July 2018,19   // Author: Admin  

Japanese company creates 'air-conditioned' jacket: Kuchofuku's cool look

Going on open transport can be sweltering whenever of the year, yet is especially horrendous in summer.

Be that as it may, a designer has concocted a reasonable, if hardly stylish, solution - a coat with its own aerating and cooling framework worked in.

The Japanese piece of clothing, which accompanies two little fans sewn into the back, drifts an invigorating breeze around its wearer, regardless of whether in the road or an office.

It works by helping the body's own particular cooling framework.

Normally, sweat is created and vanishes, causing a cooling impact - however clothes meddle with this procedure... Read more

Posted on July 2018,19   // Author: Admin  

How to read errors using OBD Scan Tool

PocketScan code reader enables the user to read OBD II DTCs from the on-board computers of 1996 and newer cars and light trucks. This gives the user the ability to quickly determine the cause of the Check Engine light coming on. Once repairs are made, the PocketScan allows the user to clear the DTCs and turn off the Check Engine Light.

Connecting the OBD Scan Tool to a Car
Switch the car's ignition key to the off position and then locate its Data Link Connector (DLC). The usual location for the DLC is under the dashboard below the steering wheel. If the connector is not in this location, look at the label there pointing to ... Read more

Posted on July 2018,18   // Author: Admin  

What should you do if somebody puts sugar in your gas tank?

If you feel as if you’ve fallen victim to the sugar in the gas tank prank, there is likely nothing to be concerned about, but you may wish still wish to exercise caution before attempting to start your car. As we said before, the symptom of having a car hard to start is not because of sugar mixing with gasoline and getting into the engine – it’s due to sugar turning into a mud-like-substance and clogging the fuel pump. If the fuel pump gets clogged, it can burn up or become damaged if it’s not cooled by liquid gasoline.

So, if you suspect that somebody has put gas in your tank, there’s likely nothin... Read more

Posted on July 2018,03   // Author: Admin