The Brake Disc

The brake disc

A disc brake is a type of brake that uses the calipers to squeeze pairs of pads against a disc or a rotor to create friction. This action slows the rotation of a shaft, such as a vehicle axle, either to reduce its rotational speed or to hold it stationary. The energy of motion is converted into waste heat which must be dispersed.

Hydraulically actuated disc brakes are the most commonly used form of brake for motor vehicles, but the principles of a disc brake are applicable to almost any rotating shaft. The components include the disc, master cylinder, and caliper (which con... Read more

Posted on January 2023,26   // Author: Admin  

What does ignition coil do?

The ignition coil is a component of the ignition system in a gasoline engine. It is responsible for converting the low-voltage electricity from the battery into the high-voltage electricity needed to ignite the fuel in the combustion chamber. The ignition coil works by taking the low-voltage current from the battery and amplifying it to a much higher voltage through a process called electromagnetic induction.

The high-voltage current produced by the ignition coil is then sent to the spark plugs via the distributor, where it creates a spark to ignite the fuel-air mixture in the combustion chamber. The ignition coil is a cru... Read more

Posted on January 2023,26   // Author: Admin  

How can install my brake pads


Installing new brake pads on your car is a relatively straightforward process, but it's important to follow the correct steps to ensure proper installation and safe operation of your vehicle. Here are the general steps to install brake pads:

First, make sure your car is in a safe location, and that it is properly supported with jack stands or a lift.

Remove the wheel on the side of the car where you will be replacing the brake pads.

Locate the brake caliper, which is the component that houses the brake pads. It will be located near the wheel and rotor.

Use a C-clamp or brake caliper piston ... Read more

Posted on January 2023,26   // Author: Admin  

Shock Arbsorber

Car shock absorbers are an essential component of a vehicle's suspension system, responsible for smoothing out bumps and vibrations on the road. A faulty or worn shock absorber can lead to a variety of problems, such as poor handling, increased tire wear, and even safety hazards. It is important to maintain your car's shock absorbers to ensure a smooth and safe ride.

Signs of worn shock absorbers:

The car bounces excessively after driving over bumps
The car leans excessively in turns
The car's nose dives when braking
The car's rear end squats when accelerating
The tires show uneven wear
If ... Read more

Posted on January 2023,26   // Author: Admin  

A/C Compressor

The A/C Compressor

It's the power unit of the air-conditioning system that puts the refrigerant under high pressure before it pumps it into the condenser, where it changes from a gas to a liquid. A fully functioning compressor is necessary for the air-conditioning system to provide peak performance. On most cars, A/C compressors are driven by an engine-accessory belt. If the belt is worn and slips, the compressor won’t operate at full strength. Compressors can also leak refrigerant, resulting in less cold air going into the interior. Internal parts can also fail, leading to no cold air. Not all air-condi... Read more

Posted on January 2023,11   // Author: Admin  

The Power Steering Pump

The power-steering pump

It's pressurizes the hydraulic fluid that helps the driver turn the steering wheel. Signs of steering-pump failure include leaks, noises or decreased assistance while steering. The immediate loss of power assist is more likely a sign of a broken drive belt or the loss of steering fluid. Most vehicles employ this type of mechanical/ hydraulic power steering, but because their pumps rob power and efficiency even when the car isn’t turning, a small percentage of cars use an electric pump and many new vehicles now have electric power assist.

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Posted on December 2022,22   // Author: Admin  

The Car Engine

The engine is the heart of your car. It is a complex machine built to convert heat from burning gas into the force that turns the road wheels.

The chain of reactions which achieve that objective is set in motion by a Read more

Posted on December 2022,15   // Author: Admin  

The Catalyst Converter

The Catalyst Coverter

A catalytic converter is an exhaust emission control device that converts toxic gases and pollutants in exhaust gas from an internal combustion engine into less-toxic pollutants by caertalyzing a redox reaction. Catalytic converters are usually used with internal combustion engines fueled by gasoline or diesel, including lean-burn engines, and sometimes on kerosene heaters and stoves.

The first widespread introduction of catalytic converters was in the United States automobile market. To comply with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's stricter regulation of e... Read more

Posted on December 2022,12   // Author: Admin  

The Car Shock Absorber

shock absorbers are hydraulic (oil) pump like devices that help to control the impact and rebound movement of your vehicle’s springs and suspension. Along with smoothening out bumps and vibrations, the key role of the shock absorber is to ensure that the vehicle’s tyres remain in contact with the road surface at all times, which ensures the safest control and braking response from your car.


Essentially, shock absorbers do two things. Apart from controlling the movement of springs and suspension, shock absorbers also keep your... Read more

Posted on December 2022,08   // Author: Admin  



 A headlamp is a lamp attached to the front of a vehicle to illuminate the road ahead. Headlamps are also often called headlights, but in the most precise usage, headlamp is the term for the device itself and headlight is the term for the beam of light produced and distributed by the device.

Headlamp performance has steadily improved throughout the automobile age, spurred by the great disparity between daytime and nighttime traffic fatalities: the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration states that nearly half of all traffic-related fatalities occur in the dark, despite only 25% of traffic travellin... Read more

Posted on November 2022,17   // Author: Admin