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

Every vehicle has a starter motor in it. The purpose of the starter motor is to allow the internal combustion engine to start up. The starter is really nothing more than just an electric motor that starts the engine. After the ignition switch is turned on, energy flows through the starter motor and causes the … Read more

4 Symptoms of a Bad Thermostat

These 3 symptoms of a bad thermostat can cause major problems. The thermostat is an important part that controls the temperature of your engine. Temperature is something that will make your engine run well or can blow it up. Normal engine temperatures will help keep your engine running in optimal condition but abnormal temperatures will … Read more

5 Symptoms of a Bad Air Filter in Your Car

clogged air filter

The air filter is a part of the vehicle that should be self-explanatory. As you probably know, the internal combustion engine can only operate if it has the proper amount of air and fuel. The air that goes into the engine is supplied by the outdoors. However, the engine requires this to be clean air … Read more

5 Symptoms of a Bad Fuel Injector in Your Car

As you know, having a bad injector is troublesome and it can cause another problems related to your car’s engine and overall performance. It is recommended that you immediately change your car’s injector if its condition is bad. SO, here are some things you should know to identify whether your car has bad or good … Read more

Symptoms of a Bad PCV Valve (and its Replacement Cost)

The PCV, or positive crankcase ventilation, valve allows gas from the engine’s crankcase to get released into the combustion chambers. This helps improve the functionality of the vehicle and increases the efficiency of its engine. But if you have a PCV valve that is bad then you will notice the performance of your car will … Read more

Diesel Engine vs Gasoline Engine (What’s the Difference?)

Diesel engines and gasoline (petrol) engines are two internal combustion engines that are most commonly found in automobiles. They both have similarities and differences between them. Similarities One big similarity is they are both 4 stroke engines. The 4 strokes of these engines include intake, compression, combustion, and exhaust. When it goes through the intake … Read more

How Does Keyless Entry Work? (In Cars and Trucks)

If you’ve purchased a car in the last 10 years then you’ve probably received a little remote control device with your car. Sometimes the device is even attached to the key itself. You will typically find three buttons on this remote control which have the power to unlock the car, lock the car, and unlock … Read more