If you have an older vehicle, you might have noticed how the cold affects carburetors in distinctly undesirable ways. Here’s why, and what to do about it.
Engines are dirty. Everything about them involves an accumulation of dirt, grit, carbon, and gunk on every component. While that can be tolerated on the outside, it does not work so well on the inside of the engine…
Recognizing a Broken MAP Sensor
A fuel injection system requires the harmony of many different parts and sensors all working together to optimize efficiency and power in your engine.
There are numerous components inside your car that are rarely given a single thought, parts like the brake booster, radiator thermostat, or the fuel pump. These parts are hidden away, … Continue Reading Know-How Notes: Fuel Pump Basics
Engine idling is something to be avoided as it brings no benefits to your car or to the environment.
There are many car terms regularly shared when you buy, sell, fix or otherwise maintain your car. The following three are widely used today.
Fuel pump replacement isn’t something that most drivers handle on a regular basis, but it’s helpful to understand this part if you have an older car.
As your vehicle ages, buildup inside your engine’s fuel system increases. Over time, this buildup can seriously reduce the power and efficiency of the engine. This is mainly due to … Continue Reading Product Test – CRC 1Tank Fuel System Restore