Throwback Thursday: First Generation Honda Series Accord (1976 - 1981).

The original Honda Accord was propelled on 7 May 1976 as a three-entryway hatchback with 68 hp (51 kW), a 93.7-inch (2,380.0 mm) wheelbase, and a weight of around 2,000 pounds. Japanese market autos asserted 80 PS (59 kW) JIS (like SAE Net), while European and other fare markets got a model without outflows control hardware; it guaranteed 80 PS also however as per the stricter Clamor standard. It was a stage extension of the prior Honda Urban at 4,125 mm (162 in) long. To conform to as of late established discharge controls sanctioned in Japan, the motor was fitted with Honda's CVCC innovation. The Agreement sold well because of its dir... Read more

Posted on June 2017,22   // Author: Admin  

Honda Accord Vs Toyota Camry

For a considerable length of time, shoppers searching for agreeable, fuel-proficient, dependable transportation have been attracted to the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry cars. Their allure lies not in attractive lines or guarantees of world-class speed. Or maybe, these two vehicles keep on delivering space for five grown-ups, formed rides, calm insides, abundant payload space, and mileage that is among the top in the fragment—if not class driving.
With regards to the numbers, these two cars are basically the same. Both offer four-and six-chamber motors, six-speed programmed and constantly factor transmissions, and seat five. B... Read more

Posted on June 2017,21   // Author: Admin  

What Causes Hose(s) to Leak?

While the biggest piece of your motor is mechanical, power through pressure assumes a critical part. You'll discover liquids at work in various diverse regions.

Engine oil
Transmission fluid
Power steering fluid
Brake fluid
Washer fluid

These liquids must be transported starting with one place then onto the next keeping in mind the end goal to carry out their occupation. While a few liquids run fundamentally inside the motor or another part (oil, for example, or transmission liquid), others don't. Consider motor coolant – it's put away in your radiator and flood tank/store, ho... Read more

Posted on June 2017,20   // Author: Admin  

What To Check When Buying A Used Car (Part 2)

The last time we explained the exterior aspect, today we are giving you a breakdown of the interior of a car before buying.

It’s the inside of a car that may matter most since that’s where you’ll be spending the most time.

Odor - When you first open the car door, sniff the interior. A musty, moldy, or mildewy smell could indicate water leaks. Remove the floor mats and check for wet spots on the carpet.
Seats - Try out all the seats even though you may not plan to sit in the rear. Upholstery shouldn’t be ripped or badly worn, particularly in a ca... Read more

Posted on June 2017,15   // Author: Admin  

Throttle Position Sensor Symptoms and Repair Advice

What is a Throttle Position Sensor (TPS)?

The throttle position sensor is a small part that has a big job. It is a key component of the emissions system. It rests on the throttle body of most vehicles and is typically held on with two to three fasteners.

It's located on the throttle body and reads the angle of the throttle valve based on the position of the gas pedal. It then transmits the data to the engine control computer.

Symptoms of Wear or Failure of the Throttle Position Sensor

Check Engine Light may come on
Engine may hesitate, misfire, or jerk upon acceleration
Automatic transmission ma... Read more

Posted on June 2017,14   // Author: Admin  

What to check when buying a used car

Finding a trouble-free used car has nothing to do with luck and everything to do with applying good research and investigative skills. Knowing how to spot potential problems and determining how reliable a used vehicle is can save you from expensive automotive headaches down the road. The following advice can help you to avoid a lemon and find a good value.

No matter whom you buy from, always look over the vehicle thoroughly and, if possible, take it to a mechanic for a complete inspection.

Body condition - Check each body panel and the roof, looking for scratches, dents, and rust. Examine the lines of the... Read more

Posted on June 2017,13   // Author: Admin  

Throwback Thursday: Mini Cooper

The Mini is a small economy car produced by the English based British Motor Corporation (BMC) and its successors from 1959 until 2000. The original is considered an icon of 1960s British popular culture. Its space-saving transverse engine front-wheel drive layout – allowing 80 percent of the area of the car's floorpan to be used for passengers and luggage – influenced a generation of car makers. In 1999 the Mini was voted the second most influential car of the 20th century, behind the Ford Model T, and ahead of the Citroën DS and Volkswagen Beetle. 

This distinctive two-door car was designed for BMC b... Read more

Posted on June 2017,08   // Author: Admin  

What Is The Difference Between 4WD and AWD?

There’s a long list of confusing topics when choosing the right car, but all-wheel drive (AWD) and four-wheel drive (4WD) seem to consistently confound salespeople and car shoppers alike. Often, these terms are used interchangeably, but are they really the same? In the motoring world, they actually refer to very different systems, which can produce radically different results on and off-road. But let’s get to the point: how does 4WD — or AWD — impact your daily driving life, and which badge belongs on your car?

Lets start with the old-school version. 4WD, sometimes referred to... Read more

Posted on June 2017,07   // Author: Admin  

How Do Batteries Die?

When the active material in the plates can no longer sustain a discharge current, a battery "dies". Normally a car (or starting) battery "ages" as the active positive plate material sheds (or flakes off) due to the normal expansion and contraction that occurs during the discharge and charge cycles. This causes a loss of plate capacity and a brown sediment, called sludge or "mud," that builds up in the bottom of the case and can short the plates of a cell out. This will kill the battery as soon as the short occurs. In hot climates, additional causes of failure are positive grid growth, positive grid metal corrosion, negative grid shrinka... Read more

Posted on June 2017,06   // Author: Admin  

Symptoms of a bad/failing starter.


The starter is an electrical motor that uses power from the vehicle’s battery in order to start the engine.

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Starter

Engine may not crank over when attempting to start the vehicle
Abnormal noise when starter is engaged

Starter Related Repair Advice

Many vehicles have a special ignition key that is electronically coded to start your vehicle. If the key or the system is having problems, the symptom may be the same as a faulty starter.
A weak or dead battery can exhibit the same symptoms as a faulty starter. The battery should be inspected and... Read more

Posted on June 2017,05   // Author: Admin