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What Causes Fuel Injectors to Get Clogged or Dirty?

Fuel injectors are responsible for getting fuel into the engine. Fuel injection systems either work via a throttle body containing a couple of injectors that send fuel to multiple cylinders at once, or via injectors that deliver fuel directly into each cylinder individually. The injectors themselves spray gas into the combustion chamber like a spray bottle, allowing the gas to mix with air before ignition. The fuel is then ignited and the engine keeps on moving. If the injectors become dirty or clogged, the engine struggles to run as smoothly.

How fuel injectors work

Whenever an internal-combustion engine is powered down... Read more

Posted on December 2017,04   // Author: Admin  

Understanding Braking and Stopping Distance

To a driver, braking seems to occur in a short measure of time. As a general rule, an auto can travel a disturbing separation before arriving at a total stop when going at interstate rates. Indeed, even with such propelled innovation going into each auto out and about, braking still takes a significant separation. Yet, what gets this going?

Understanding braking distance

When it comes to braking distance, there are two big factors to take into account:

Response time: The brief moment between when you understand that you have to stop and when the brakes are connected can traverse a significant separation. At only ... Read more

Posted on November 2017,29   // Author: Admin  

Top 5 most problematic cars.

You're in the market for an utilized vehicle and need some assistance choosing which autos are a decent decision. You can ask your companions or family, inquire about some famous models, and discover heaps of various decisions for extraordinary autos to purchase. Maybe a vehicle gets your attention - one that your examination hasn't disclosed to you much about. Your feelings can assume control and you may find that vehicle stopped in your carport. After a short time, you begin to encounter issues on numerous occasions, and wind up sinking all your cash into keeping your vehicle out and about.

1. 1. Ford Explorer

The well... Read more

Posted on November 2017,28   // Author: Admin  

Throwback Thursday: Subaru Legacy

Subaru’s compact sedans and wagons were redesigned for 1995 and wore new sheetmetal, wrapped around a Legacy that rode on a two-inch-longer wheelbase. Sedans and wagons were offered in either front-wheel or all-wheel drive (AWD). Sedans consisted of base, L, LS, and LSi trim levels. Wagons included base, L, LS, and LSi–plus all-new Brighton and Outback configurations. The base and L had standard front-wheel drive. The LS, LSi, Brighton, and Outback came with AWD, optional on the L. All Legacys were powered by a 2.2-liter, horizontally opposed 4-cylinder engine. All but the LS and LSi came with a standard 5-speed manual trans... Read more

Posted on November 2017,23   // Author: Admin  

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Power Steering Pump

The power steering pump coordinates liquid from the supply into the directing rigging, which applies the right measure of strain to turn the wheels easily.

1. Whining noise while turning the wheel
On the off chance that you hear a crying commotion while turning the wheel of your vehicle, something isn't right with your power steering system. It could be a hole in the power steering pump or the liquid level could be low. In the event that the liquid level is left along these lines for a really long time it can harm the entire power steering system. In any case, the power steering pump should be taken a gander at and conceiva... Read more

Posted on November 2017,21   // Author: Admin  

Tesla Unveils Fastest Car and Semi Truck

At the point when Tesla disclosed a fresh out of the box new Roadster, it noticed that the vaunted 1.9-second 0-60MPH time was available in the base model - suggesting that there may be headroom for much higher execution. Be that as it may, right? Evidently, yes. Elon Musk has illuminated that there will be an "exceptional choices bundle" that conveys the Roadster's speed to "the following level." It's ambiguous, no doubt (does this incorporate Organizers Version models?), yet it indicates that what Tesla cited wasn't really as well as could be expected gather. It's simple for Tesla to make these guarantees when the principal Roadsters ... Read more

Posted on November 2017,20   // Author: Admin  

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Ignition Coil

Ignition coils are an electronic engine management component that are a part of the vehicle’s ignition system. The ignition coil functions as an induction coil that converts the vehicle’s 12 volts into the several thousand that are required to jump the spark plug gap and ignite the engine’s air-fuel mixture. Some ignition systems will use one coil to provide the spark for all of the cylinders, however most newer designs use an individual coil for each cylinder.

1. Engine misfires, rough idle, and loss of power

One of the most common symptoms associated with a faulty ignition coil is engine performance i... Read more

Posted on November 2017,16   // Author: Admin  

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Oxygen Sensor

1. Check Engine Light comes on

The first line of defense is the Check Engine Light. The Check Engine Light will illuminate if you have a bad or failing oxygen sensor. As soon as this light comes on, contact a professional automotive technician for a Check Engine Light inspection.

2. Bad gas mileage

If the oxygen sensor is going bad, the fuel-delivery and fuel-combustion systems will be thrown off. If a bad oxygen sensor disrupts the air to fuel ratio mixture, or too much fuel is injected into the engine, your vehicle's gas mileage will be reduced.

3. Rough engine idle and misfires

As your oxygen s... Read more

Posted on November 2017,15   // Author: Admin  

3 Essential Things to Know About Your VIN Number

Every vehicle on the road today has a VIN, or Vehicle Identification Number, but very few people understand these numbers or how they are devised. They serve as a fingerprint for your car, and no two vehicles currently in operation are allowed to have the same VIN. The VIN is made up a combination of digits and capital letters and is 17 characters long that act as a vehicle’s unique identifier sharing details such as specifications, manufacturer, and unique features. The VIN provides a way for the manufacturer and owners to track warranty claims, registrations, recalls, thefts, and insurance coverage.

Where the VIN is loca... Read more

Posted on November 2017,14   // Author: Admin  

Throwback Thursday: Nissan Laurel C32

The Nissan Laurel is a front-engine, rear-drive two- and four-door sedan manufactured and marketed by Nissan from 1969 to 2002. Introduced in 1968 as a new model positioned above the 1968 Datsun Bluebird 510, the Laurel offered the luxury of the Nissan Cedric 130 in a smaller size.

The first Laurel was developed by the Nissan Tsurumi R&D Division and assembled at the Musashimurayama Plant of the former Prince Motor Company in 2-door and 4-door variants. Released as a Nissan after Prince merged with Nissan, Laurels shared many components and architectures with the Skyline range. The Laurel was not marketed new in Japan at Nis... Read more

Posted on November 2017,09   // Author: Admin