What are the different types of spark plugs available? The choices include plugs made from copper, platinum, silver and iridium.
The history of spark plugs is a fascinating one, with Robert Bosch credited for the design. All gas-powered vehicles require plugs for combustion.
Starters are an integral part of the starting system, so why do good starters go bad? Here’s an explanation on what could go wrong in your starter.
A failing starter can leave you stranded. Here’s when to replace this part of your car before that happens.
You try to start your car, but the ignition key won’t turn. Here’s what you should do when that happens.
They both take fuel, create small explosions within the engine and make cars move. But, how is a diesel engine different from a gas one?
As time progresses, the little details of mechanics are often lost. Unless your parent or grandparent taught you how to set spark plug gap, you probably didn’t even know that … Continue Reading Know-How Notes: How To Set Spark Plug Gap
Today’s vehicles are made up of a number of systems working together in harmony. It would be impossible to remove one of these systems (fuel, for example) and still have a car that drives. So while you can’t necessarily say the car electrical system…
A crankshaft position sensor is part of your car’s fuel injection and ignition system. Here’s how to diagnose a faulty one before it stops your engine.
Spare keys are required should you get locked out of your car. Here are a few other benefits of keeping a spare.