Some car maintenance tips and tricks carry over to marine engines. So what about the popular engine treatment Sea Foam? Read our answer here.
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.
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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.
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Watch out for these four bad fuel filter symptoms that could lead to problems that diminish engine performance and fuel economy.
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Over time, the internals of your engine get clogged up with all kinds of nasty stuff. Inside the crankcase, where the oil lives, varnish and tar build up on the … Continue Reading How To Use Sea Foam: Three Ways To A Cleaner Fuel System
Cleaning a lawn mower carburetor is a great summertime DIY project, and it helps to extend the life of your lawn mower. Here’s how you can do it each year.
Knowing how to replace a fuel filter is technically simple as long as you understand a few things before you start. Here’s a quick look.