When you think of a dead car battery, you probably think about it being the dead of winter. You go out and try to start your car one frigid morning and nothing happens. It’s true […]
VVT, or Variable Valve Timing, is a newer system, about a few years old now, that replaces EGR to recirculate unburnt gasses back into the combustion chamber and reduce emissions. VVT uses engine oil pressure […]
Most cars come with disc brakes in the front. Many models also have disc brakes in the rear. A caliper is part of the disc brake system. When stopping your vehicle, you press the brake […]
The timing belt is a thick rubber belt located in the engine compartment behind the drive belts contained under the timing cover. Its job is to keep the crankshaft in sync with the camshaft(s), ensuring […]
A vehicle’s air conditioning system does not create cold air. It actually takes the heat and moisture out of the air that is already in your car, leaving behind cooler air. Having a good understanding […]
When the power steering rack-and-pinion is part of the steering system, the rack has a slightly different design. Part of the rack contains a cylinder with a piston in the middle of it. The piston […]
We get asked a lot about this! What is the cooling system flush all about? Is it really necessary? Well, here is an overall view to help answer some common questions customers have regarding their […]
The catalytic converter is a very important part of the emissions control system on your vehicle. It’s usually good for the life of a vehicle, but occasionally it does fail. The best thing you can […]
If you’re like most drivers, you don’t think about your brakes until they stop working! But, no matter what, you should always take good care of your brakes. You should replace the brake pads and […]
All auto filters are designed to prevent harmful debris from entering vehicle parts where air and fluid flows. This includes your engine, A/C, radiator, fuel lines and more. Once a filter is no longer performing […]
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