Is a flashing check engine light worse than a solid one? Should you keep driving if it comes on? Here we will answer these questions.
If you’re experiencing any of these seven symptoms of a bad mass air flow sensor, it’s worth taking a look in your engine bay to diagnose the problem.
The check engine light can be an intimidating surprise. A number of questions immediately come to mind: What’s wrong with your car? Will it be expensive to fix? Can you … Continue Reading Your Check Engine Light Turned On, What’s Next?
The Air Charge / Manifold Temperature sensor is used by the computer to measure air density for fuel mixture control. The computer uses this information to trim the air/fuel ratio … Continue Reading What does an Air Charge / Manifold Temperature Sensor do?
The BARO sensor reads the barometric pressure. The PCM uses this information to make adjustments to fuel trim and engine timing. The engine requirements are quite different when driving in … Continue Reading What does a Barometric Pressure Sensor do for your engine?
Cars speak their own language. Here are five car alerts you should look out for to know when your car has a problem.
Most modern EFI engines have a Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor located in the air intake of the engine. This is the device that measures how much air is coming … Continue Reading How to Clean Your MAF Sensor For Better Performance
If you have crankshaft sensor issues, you probably won’t be going far. Here’s a closer look at how the CKP sensor works — and how it fails.
You’ve changed your oil, but your dashboard hasn’t yet gotten with the program. Here’s a look at how to reset an oil change light.
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.