In Coil-on-Plug (COP) technology, since each cylinder has a coil, the PCM controls individual cylinder firings for more precise ignition timing, reduced emissions and better fuel economy. Where are these … Continue Reading What does an Ignition Coil-on-Plug coil do for your engine?
The blower motor resistor plays an integral role in your heating and cooling system. Learn how it works and the signs that it needs to be replaced.
What is a throttle position sensor? Learn more about what a TPS does, how to notice when it needs repair and the steps to take to install a new one.
What is a fuel pressure regulator? Essentially, it’s a vital component of your vehicle’s engine management system. Learn why it’s so important.
Diesel fuel ignition is highly dependent on temperature. Learn how a glow plug warmer can make cold starting easier and reduce emissions.
The EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation) valve is an emission control device which helps maintain the combustion chamber temperature in an effort to reduce the formation of nitrogen oxides (NOx). The … Continue Reading What Does An EGR Valve Do And Why Is It Important For Emissions?
What is a canister purge solenoid, how is it connected to the EVAP system and what are the signs yours might be failing? Learn more here.
The Ford EGR Pressure Feedback system is known for persistent P0401 EGR low flow code issues. Bear in mind, low flow can be caused by several issues. The most common … Continue Reading Dealing With Ford P0401 Code Issues
Fuel pressure regulators are a vacuum operated spring-loaded diaphragm that enables a vehicle’s fuel delivery system to maintain a constant pressure. When the vehicle is at idle the regulator is … Continue Reading What Is A Fuel Pressure Regulator?
A tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) check is as easy as getting into the car and turning the ignition on. If the TPMS indicator light turns off, the tire pressure … Continue Reading Know Your Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)