10 Causes of a Car That Starts Then Dies Immediately

When you attempt to start your car, you normally assume it is going to start without any problems. You’ll hear the engine turning and everything will seem fine. However, there may come a point in time when your car will actually start but then die almost immediately afterward. There is never a convenient time for … Read more

Car Battery Light On While Driving? (7 Common Causes)

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All modern vehicles on the road today have a 12-volt battery that is also rechargeable. This battery provides energy to virtually every electrical component of the vehicle, such as its ignition system, engine control unit, headlights, radio, interior lights, and so on. If the battery fails to recharge or dies altogether, then your vehicle will … Read more

What is Limp Mode? (Common Causes and How to Bypass)

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Picture this: you’re driving along like you would any normal day. All of a sudden, your dashboard lights up like a Christmas tree. Your car still drives, but it barely has any power. What just happened, you ask? Your car has probably entered limp mode. What is Limp Mode? Limp mode (also called limp home … Read more

5 Symptoms of a Bad ECM and Replacement Cost

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The engine control module (ECM), also referred to as the engine control unit (ECU), is a critical component which links your engine to the central computer of your vehicle. The ECM manages most of the functions of the engine, based on the information it receives from other systems and electronic components within the vehicle. If … Read more

5 Symptoms of a Bad Ignition Coil (and Replacement Cost)

An ignition coil in a vehicle basically serves as a compact electrical transformer. In other words, an ignition coil has the ability to convert the 12-volt electrical current from a car battery into at least 15,000 volts of electricity for the spark plug. This high-voltage current gets sent to the spark plug and then the … Read more

5 Symptoms of a Bad MAP Sensor and its Replacement Cost

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The MAP sensor, also known as the Manifold Absolute Pressure sensor, is a necessary component of your vehicle’s fuel injection system. If the MAP were to go bad, you will likely know it. As you may know, the intake manifold is responsible for distributing the air and fuel mixture from the internal combustion chamber into … Read more