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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Emission Control Systems in Automobiles

When we think of car emission control systems in automobiles work, we usually think of dark smoke or fumes coming out of our exhaust pipes. While we drive, internal combustion processes create noxious chemicals (like CO2 and nitrogen oxides) and get released into the air. But tailpipe emissions are now controlled using a number of systems like catalytic converters...

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Travel and Vacation Tips

Vacation Tips, America has a long tradition of family road trips and rides out into the country for vacations. The highway has its own legacy and here are some of our travel and vacation tips for you. Adventure, fun, wilderness, and more are over the next horizon.

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Older Car Care Tips on Maintenance

The average age of a vehicle is now nearly ten years old. Partly due to the tighter economy and better cars produced each year, whatever the reasons, people are trying to drive their cars for longer. Older car care and maintenance throughout the life of the vehicle is the surest way to get the most out of your money....

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Brake System and Components

You must have brake fluid for your brake system to work properly. It's a key ingredient. When there is pressure applied to the brake fluid lines, energy is distributed to your brake parts. If your car leaks brake fluid, it could take longer to stop or it may not stop at all. Without any brake fluid, your brakes won’t...

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Brake Problems and Symptoms

If your car starts to emit strange sounds, abnormal smells, feels different -- start investigating the issue sooner rather than later and risking the condition getting worse. Delaying small repairs often leads to bigger, more expensive repair bills down the road and more brake problems . For example, when brake pads and shoes stop working, the rotors can become...

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