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.
The engine coolant temperature (ECT) sensors function is to, monitor the temperature of the engine’s coolant. So, most engine coolant temperature (ECT) sensors operate using electrical resistance to measure, the temperature of the coolant. The […]
A running (dynamic) compression test confirms; how efficiently each cylinder is pulling air in; retaining it for the correct amount of time; then releasing it into the exhaust. So, if a cylinder cannot perform these […]
Valves and piston rings are crucial for your engine to function properly. Aside from your head gasket, these are the parts that are responsible for sealing the combustion chamber. Most of the time, valves and […]
So, the engine fuel systems job sounds pretty basic. It delivers fuel from the fuel tank to the engine. Testing the engine fuel system is relatively simple. The engine fuel system consists of the filler […]
So your car was running fine, but suddenly it’s, stalling, jerking, idling poorly, surging, or just running poorly. A failing Throttle Position Sensor (TPS), could be causing any or all of these problems. The function […]
Crankshaft position sensors (CKP) set ignition timing; supply the (RPM) signal; and determine engine speed. But, When the crankshaft position sensor (CKP) fails; it stops transmitting the signal. Also, The crankshaft position sensors (CKP) signal […]