Keeping your engine running efficiently is a delicate balance. You need just the right mixture of air and fuel at any given moment to make power without wasting fuel. Your … Continue Reading How To Change An O2 Sensor
If you have a modern fuel injected vehicle, it is almost guaranteed to have at least one or more oxygen sensors. And, at some point, that oxygen sensor will need … Continue Reading 5 Symptoms of a Bad Oxygen Sensor
The oxygen sensor affects not only your car’s drivability, but the outside world as well. Here’s what you need to know about oxygen sensor repair.
MAP sensor cleaning may be necessary to correct poor fuel economy, rough idle, stalling on acceleration or a check engine light. Here’s how to get started.
So there you are, cruising down the highway, good tunes blasting away, traffic is clear for mile, everything is good in the world. Then your heart skips a beat. Out … Continue Reading How the Check Engine Light Can Affect Your Fuel Economy
A lost gas cap can seem like a bigger deal than it is. Here are some ways to temporarily remedy the situation until you can install a replacement.
Even with the price of gas at a low, that’s no reason you shouldn’t know how to improve gas mileage. With the price of fuel constantly fluctuating, you…
A fuel filter protects your engine from small particles and major damage. The most common paper-element types must be changed regularly. Learn more here.
There are a few things to understand about how many miles until empty you can drive once your gas light has turned on.
A modern gas cap serves several functions. Today’s fuel systems require a complete seal on the tank, without it, there can be issues down the road.