Engine testing starts when you open the hood. Is a wire loose? Did a vacuum line fall off ? Do not look for a complicated solution to a simple problem.
Crankshaft position sensors, produce a signal that; talks to the fuel injection computer or the ignition control module. Consequently, providing the exact position of the pistons, as they come up or go down in the […]
Doing the cylinder leak down test; especially in conjunction with a compression test; should allow you to quickly determine the basic condition of any engine. A compression test is a dynamic test (engine moving), a […]
A Vacuum leak can trick you, and your car computer, into believing a particular sensor or system needs fixing. Then you start replacing components, hoping you’ll fix the problem, unsuccessfully. Often, a vacuum leak makes […]
What is engine misfiring and what are the main causes. If you think you are having engine misfiring; it’s best to find the problem and fix it as soon as possible. Consequently, engine misfiring reduces […]
An engine compression test, is the most practical way, to learn about the mechanical condition of your engine. Because, doing a engine compression test, will help you locate; potential internal problems, affecting engine performance. Running […]