Automotive Heater and Cooling System

Your engine temperature is maintained by the flow of anti-freeze, more commonly referred to as coolant. A coolant flush pushes anti-freeze through your cooling system in order to do a complete cleanse by clearing out all of the old anti-freeze and any contaminants that have built up. When you get a coolant flush, all of the old anti-freeze is...

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Water Pump Problems In Automobiles

Depending on your vehicle, a water pump can last between 60,000 and 90,000 miles and that's when problems usually start. Radiator hoses can make it up to 100,000 miles, even. Over time, though, both radiator hoses and water pumps become worn out and if they are not replaced soon after that point, a lot of damage can happen. A...

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What Happens if I don’t get a Oil Change?

What happens if I don't get a Oil Change?. Skipping oil changes, going over the recommended mileage or going lengthy periods of time before your next oil change can wear out vital parts that keep your car running smoothly and even lead to engine failure. Repairing engine damage can be a big hit to your wallet, so avoid expensive...

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What Causes Oil to Breakdown?

What Causes Oil to Breakdown? Oil can be tricky because it can only withstand so much before it starts to become a hot mess. But we can't all live where the weather is always perfect or where we can avoid the normal wear and tear of the road and the everyday run around for work and family. Consider these...

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Carbureted Engines

In all internal combustion engines, the carbureted engines is the component that supplies fuel to the engine. Even on other equipment, like lawnmowers and chainsaws, it serves the same purpose. As cars have evolved, the carburetor become more complex in order to handle all of the operating requirements. For instance, to handle some of these tasks, carburetors had five...

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Engine Sensors used by ECU to Control

the fuel injectors can all open at the same time -- or each one can open just before the intake valves do (this is called sequential multi-port fuel injection). If the driver makes a sudden change, the sequential system responds faster because it only has to wait only until the next intake valve opens, and not the next complete...

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Fuel Injection Engine

The engine control unit (or ECU) is a computer that controls all of the electronics on your engine), so when you press the pedal to open the throttle valve and let in more air, the ECU detects this and increases the fuel rate to match the extra air entering the engine. It is important to increase the fuel rate...

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Exhaust Components

The exhaust components system consists of many segments of pipes. They come in varied shapes and are designed to connect with one another and to fit specific parts on the bottom of your car (they can even be bent to go around other nearby parts). Each pipe is responsible for moving the exhaust gases to the back of...

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Exhaust Flow

Exhaust flow, in a perfect world, your engine would combust all its fuel and then convert any leftover, dirty bits into a source of power. However, engine waste does exist and it's called pollution. Some fuel will always remain unused or unburned, and so it is removed from your engine in the form of exhaust flow.

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Controlling Emissions in Automobiles

The gas we put in our vehicles contains over 150 chemicals, including benzene, toluene and sometimes even lead so Controlling Emissions in Automobiles can be hard. These can cause dizziness, breathing problems, and headaches when they're inhaled. Inhaling a lot of gasoline fumes can even cause death. Also, gasoline evaporation is one of the leading causes of air pollution.

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