5 Symptoms of Bad Engine Discharge (and Replacement Cost)
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5 Symptoms of Bad Engine Discharge (and Replacement Cost)

  The engine of a vehicle produces a lot of vibrations when it is running. Without a separate component, the vibration would be transmitted to the entire car and would be very uncomfortable for passengers inside the car. This very important component is called the engine mount (or engine mount). Below, we’ll look at how…

Thermal efficiency of a diesel engine
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Thermal efficiency of a diesel engine

  Most people are familiar with the gasoline engine that powers most cars and trucks. However, diesel engines have increased in popularity in both the automobile and truck industries. The most popular diesel engines are more efficient than gasoline engines, and they also tend to produce less pollution. One of the reasons for its higher…

6 Signs of a Bad Radiator Cap (And When to Replace It)
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6 Signs of a Bad Radiator Cap (And When to Replace It)

  Combustion engines only generate a lot of heat during normal operation. Without removing heat from the engine, the vehicle will experience many problems that will eventually lead to engine failure. Cooling system failure can leave you stranded and even lead to complete engine failure in extreme cases. Fortunately, a common and easy-to-fix cause of…

4 Symptoms of a defective CV axle (half shaft)
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4 Symptoms of a defective CV axle (half shaft)

  All cars and trucks incorporate a method of getting engine power to the wheels. This method for most modern passenger vehicles (excluding most two-wheel drive pickup trucks) involves the use of two or more constant velocity (CV) axles. In this article we will explain what a CV axle is and how it works. We…

How to remove a wheel nut that won’t come off (broken, rounded or rusty)
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How to remove a wheel nut that won’t come off (broken, rounded or rusty)

  Note: This post may contain affiliate links. This means we may earn a small commission on qualifying purchases at no cost to you. If you drive a normal car, there are probably five nuts (or bolts) on each wheel (some models only have four). These twenty fasteners may be the most important in your…

4 Causes of Excess Black Smoke from Diesel Engine Exhaust
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4 Causes of Excess Black Smoke from Diesel Engine Exhaust

  Diesel engines have a bad reputation for their emissions and cleanliness. Large diesel trucks that belch large amounts of black smoke (rolled coal, as they say) have always been frowned upon. It also doesn’t help that diesel-powered vehicles have received a lot of hate in the recent scandals involving Volkswagen. However, the reality is…

6 Signs of a Bad Spark Plug (and Replacement Cost)
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6 Signs of a Bad Spark Plug (and Replacement Cost)

  Spark plugs are essential components of an internal combustion engine. Without them, there would be nothing to ignite the fuel in the combustion chamber. It’s no surprise that dirty or dirty spark plugs are a common cause of many engine problems. Here you’ll discover how a spark plug works, as well as common symptoms…

V6 vs V8 engine: differences (and which is better?)
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V6 vs V8 engine: differences (and which is better?)

When purchasing a vehicle, you are faced with the decision between the V6 and V8 engine. While these two engines have a lot in common, there are some important differences that need to be resolved. Both engines will operate in the same way, with gasoline igniting inside to create propulsion. Inside the engine cylinders, explosions…