Three Tips For Driving Your Car Green

Posted on: 9 August 2017
Even if you aren't driving the most eco-friendly car around, you can still drive your own car in a "green" way. Not only does this benefit the environment, but it can even save you money on your car costs. Here are three tips for driving your car green: Keep the Weight Down: No matter how big or small your car is, you basically only want the weight of yourself and the car weighing down on the road.
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How To Test A Vehicle's Ignition Coil

Posted on: 2 August 2017
Stalling, a louder engine, and a misfiring engine in your vehicle could be signs of a failing spark plug ignition coil. An ignition coil converts 12-volts into a high voltage that signals the spark plugs to start the engine. If the voltage gets too high, it can burn through the insulation and cause a short in the coil. Before you make repairs, test the ignition coil by following these tips:
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How To Clean A Vehicle's Oxygen Sensor

Posted on: 29 July 2017
A check engine light or poor gas mileage could mean your vehicle's oxygen sensor needs cleaning. The oxygen sensor on your vehicle controls the output of emissions, but they can get clogged from fluids. You will commonly find the oxygen sensor in the engine bay and it is close to the size of a spark plug. You should be able to clean the sensor yourself by following this guide: Prepare to Clean the Sensor
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Top 3 Improvements To Get More Power And Better Performance Out Of Diesel Engines

Posted on: 26 July 2017
Diesel engines are great because of their durability and performance in harsh driving conditions. Trucks, cars and machinery use diesel engines because of their durability, but they often lack power they need in some applications. Turbos are installed on vehicles to give the engines modern power, but sometimes this is just not enough. Here are some of the improvements you can have done to get more performance out of your diesel engine:
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