The exhaust system allows a combustion engine to breathe and operate smoothly. How much do you know about it?
The EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation) valve is an emission control device which helps maintain the combustion chamber temperature in an effort to reduce the formation of nitrogen oxides (NOx). The … Continue Reading What Does An EGR Valve Do And Why Is It Important For Emissions?
What is a canister purge solenoid, how is it connected to the EVAP system and what are the signs yours might be failing? Learn more here.
The Ford EGR Pressure Feedback system is known for persistent P0401 EGR low flow code issues. Bear in mind, low flow can be caused by several issues. The most common … Continue Reading Dealing With Ford P0401 Code Issues
Engine oil specifications from most major car and truck manufacturers can get very, very detailed. We’re talking beyond simply matching viscosity ratings and brands — today’s companies often have in-depth requirements as to what oil you can put into their vehicles in…
It used to be when you heard someone say “diesel,” the word “dirty” was usually in close proximity. Those were the old days. Today’s modern diesel engines, including those found … Continue Reading EGR Valves & Coolers Are Core To Maintaining Clean Diesel Emissions
There are a couple of benefits of warming up your car, but too much of a good thing isn’t good. Here’s why you should warm up your car, but not too long.
A bad catalytic converter will fail to transform dangerous exhaust gasses and feed back pressure into the exhaust system. Here’s how to diagnose it.
An oxygen sensor is an important part of your vehicle’s emission control system. Can you clean an oxygen sensor or should you replace it?
Your car has numerous filters, and wrapping your head around all of them can be daunting. Here are all of the different types of car filters.