Fuel pump failure will stop you in your tracks and can be a difficult repair. Learn the warning signs, so you don’t get stranded.
Oxygen sensors alert your vehicle to provide more or less fuel for combustion. A bad oxygen sensor gives false information, causing all sorts of mischief.
Gas Tank Additives: What Works And What Doesn’tSome gas tank additives can come off sounding a bit like automotive snake oil. There’s no end to the…
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.
A frozen fuel line can leave you stranded, so make sure to follow these tips to stay warm and moving this winter driving season.
Your vehicle is full of fluids and gaseous vapors, and the main method of moving those fluids and vapors is through hoses. You probably already knew that, but what you … Continue Reading All About Automotive Hoses And Where To Use Them
You’ve probably seen the significant shelf space devoted to fuel additives. Here’s what they do.
The carburetor float needle, moved by the carburetor float, maintains the fuel level in the float chamber and controls fuel flow to the engine.
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…
Fuel stabilizer prevents gasoline from breaking down over a long period of storage. Here’s a look at how it works.