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.
Before using a pressure washer to just blast away at the engine bay, here’s how to wash an engine the right way.
Engine RPM is not only the most common measure of engine power, but it’s also a key aspect of driving efficiently and diagnosing potential problems.
Your car’s cooling system can suffer under the stress of high temperatures all summer long. To avoid a breakdown, follow this checklist.
Turbo engines have changed a lot in recent years. Here are some top turbo myths to watch out for.
Doing your engine research before you buy a new car is one of the keys to being happy with the vehicle you bring home.
Other than carburetors, there is nothing more mystical than how a camshaft works. Often dismissed as voodoo or magic, the brains of your engine is only mysterious to the uninitiated. Once you understand the basics, it is really isn’t rocket science.
Car engine oil goes through a multistep manufacturing process, one that yields either conventional or synthetic oil when finished.
An engine is a complex piece of machinery. There are hundreds of moving parts that all have to work together in a coordinated effort in order to function correctly. One … Continue Reading Know-How Notes: How A Camshaft Is Made