Does your car have an interference engine or noninterference engine? Knowing which type powers your car can help you prioritize critical maintenance tasks.
A crankshaft position sensor is part of your car’s fuel injection and ignition system. Here’s how to diagnose a faulty one before it stops your engine.
Regardless of the type of vehicle you own, a blown head gasket ranks toward the top of the list of most-involved car repairs. Because of its complexity, you have to consider whether it’s worth doing or not. We’ve already examined the signs of a blown head gasket, so let’s take a closer look at what you should do when it comes time to…
There are so many choices out there that it can be confusing to find the best oil for your vehicle.
Ever wonder if reaching 300,000 miles is possible? It is — with these high-mileage vehicle maintenance tips.
Engine placement can play a huge role in how a car handles. Here’s a look at front-, rear- and mid-engine designs.
By clearing out carbon buildup, intake cleaning can boost your car’s performance and fuel efficiency, reduce emissions and stop engine knock.
Engine break-in can be controversial. Don’t punish your engine during the break-in period and you’ll enjoy better performance over the life of your car.
Your engine’s redline is not something to be feared. Here are 3 myths about what redlining a car does to your engine.
Engine knocking could be perfectly normal, or it could indicate a potentially catastrophic issue. Either way, combustion problems should never be ignored.