What Happens if You Put Gasoline in a Diesel Engine?

When you go to the gas station, you will probably notice up to 4 different fuel options available at the pump. The first three will be regular unleaded, super unleaded, and premium. Each one of these fuel options is considered to be gasoline. The fourth fuel option that you will find available is diesel fuel. … Read more

Supercharger vs Turbocharger (Which is Better?)

The internal combustion chamber of a gasoline engine requires a certain amount of air intake. This is how the engine will get additional power so that its performance can be enhanced. But first, the air must be compressed after it enters the engine. Fortunately, there is a forced induction component which oversees air compression in … Read more

5 Symptoms of a Bad Motor Mount (and Replacement Cost)

The chassis of a vehicle is the base frame which all the other vital components are connected to, such as the engine. There is something called an engine mount which allows the engine to stay firmly attached to the chassis. This prevents the engine from shaking or moving as you’re driving. For example, when you … Read more

5 Ways to Reduce Smoke From Diesel Cars and Trucks

Diesel engines are notorious for creating a lot of smoke which sends toxic carbon emissions into the atmosphere. The amount of smoke that a diesel engine normally produces is typically dependent on the size of the vehicle. If the vehicle is big like a truck, then the diesel engine needs to provide more power to … Read more

4 Symptoms of a Bad Water Pump (and Replacement Cost

Every vehicle has a cooling system for its engine. The water pump is one of the main components of this cooling system. Its function is to keep coolant fluids flowing into the engine from the radiator. As long as the water pump continues to function as normal, the coolant will continue to flow as it … Read more