Fuel Injector Stuck Open Symptoms (SOLVED!!!)

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Fuel injectors are a crucial component of an automobile’s engine, providing fuel optimally to guarantee efficient and clean combustion. Gasoline injectors squirt fuel into an automobile’s engine using computer-controlled valves that may open and close many times per second. They are equipped with an atomizing nozzle that uniformly distributes gasoline or diesel for optimal combustion … Read more

Can a Catalytic Converter Unclog Itself: BRUTAL TRUTH!

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The first catalytic converters were developed in the 1970s and were installed on vehicles in the United States in 1975. They contain a catalyst, a material that helps convert the toxic emissions into less-toxic substances. The catalyst is usually made of platinum or palladium. Over time cat converters have become more efficient. The newer converters … Read more

How Much Brake Fluid Do I Need: Change & Flush?

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Maintaining your car brake system is important to keeping you and your family safe on the road. The brake system is responsible for stopping your car when you press the brake pedal, so it’s essential to ensure it’s in good working order. But how much brake fluid does a car take? It’s a must for … Read more

Will a Car Start with No Oil? Avoid This Mistake

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Oil plays a crucial role in the proper operation of an engine. Low or too much oil and lack of adequate maintenance and care can significantly affect your car’s performance. This is because engines generate heat as a result of friction created by moving parts. Without oil, the cast iron and the aluminum part of … Read more

Which Engine Component Stores Oil for Lubrication?

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Engine oil plays an integral part in the smooth running of an engine. It lubricates the engine by circulating oil through the engine components. However, when the engine is not running, the oil is collected in the oil pan until the next ignition, when the oil begins circulating through the various components. The oil pan … Read more

How Much Oil Can A Bad PCV Valve Burn? The CORRECT ANSWER!

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You’ve probably noticed that your car is consuming more oil than normal. Well, a bad PCV valve can cause your engine to burn oil. This is because the PCV valve allows oil vapors to escape from the crankcase, and if it’s not working properly, those vapors can be drawn into the combustion chamber, where they … Read more

Cylinder 1 Misfire Repair Cost? (Causes and Repair Costs)

Causes of Cylinder 1 Misfire

The sudden presence of a check engine light on a vehicle’s dashboard is one of the most irritating occurrences for vehicle owners. Many believe that this indicates an imminent breakdown or total mechanical failure. Even as easy as it appears, failure to check for cylinder misfire might result in costly repairs in the long run. … Read more

Is Sae30 the Same as 10w30, Can You use BOTH?


There are two types of motor oil commonly used in today’s vehicles: single-grade and multi-grade. So, which is the right type of oil for your car? The answer depends on a few factors, but typically, single-grade oil is best for older cars while multi-grade oil is better suited for newer vehicles. Here’s a closer look … Read more

What Does It Mean if Car Coolant is Boiling/ Bubbling?

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Coolant/antifreeze is pumped around an engine through a sealed system of pipes. These hoses are placed in a sealed loop, which permits a smooth and consistent flow of radiator fluid to reach components such as cylinder heads, the head gasket, and the engine block – maintaining the engine’s optimal temperature. When air is permitted to … Read more

Why is my Brake Light Flashing: Here are the CAUSES!

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Brake lights are an essential part of any car. They let the drivers behind you know when you are slowing down, so they can adjust their driving accordingly. If your brake light starts flashing, it means that there is a problem with your car’s braking system. The main and most common reason why your brake … Read more