3 Ways to Reduce Black Smoke in Diesel Engines

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Diesel-powered vehicles typically get a bad reputation because they are sometimes seen spewing black smoke from their exhaust. To a casual observer, it looks like these vehicles are polluting the environmental more than any other vehicle which uses gasoline. After all, we usually don’t see black smoke coming out of the exhaust of regular vehicles … Read more

5 Ways to Reduce Smoke From Diesel Cars and Trucks

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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

5 Symptoms of a Bad Oxygen Sensor and Replacement Cost

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The oxygen sensor (aka: O2 sensor) is located inside of the exhaust manifold of a vehicle. Its purpose is to keep track of the level of oxygen which remains unburned in the exhaust system while exhaust is leaving the engine. The oxygen sensor sends a signal to the ECU indicating how much oxygen was found … Read more