The electrical system is becoming more and more important in automobiles.
Diagnosing starter problems begins with knowing the basics of how an engine actually starts. So, before any engine will start, the first thing that has to happen is it must be cranked over. But, if […]
Every vehicle built since the early 1980’s has one or more (O2) oxygen sensors integrated into the exhaust system. (O2) oxygen sensors are used to confirm that the proper air fuel ratio is actually reaching […]
So, The idle air control valve (IAC) is responsible for managing the engine’s idle speed. Furthermore, the idle air control valve (IAC) is a major management component of the engine. Consequently, decreasing or increasing the […]
The (ECT) sensor, is an engine management system sensor; that is used to monitor the temperature of the engine’s coolant. The tip of the (ECT) sensor protrudes into one of the cooling system passages; and […]
To start with, The alternator and the battery in your vehicle, are both components of the charging system. So, Diagnosing a alternator or battery failure can be a bit tricky; because the electrical power in […]
What if your engine is cranking as usual but refuses to start. You’re likely dealing with an ignition or fuel system issue, not starter problems. If you don’t know anything about cars then it’s probably […]
Before the use of computerized automotive sensors, fixing an automobile was as easy as, adjusting a screw on a carburetor. Gasoline engines need the proper fuel and air mixture, with compression to squeeze the mixture […]