Posted on 6/27/2022
Spark plugs are responsible for delivering the spark that ignites the air-fuel mixture in your engine cylinders. They are small, but they play a role in how effectively and efficiently your engine operates. Here are symptoms of bad spark plugs: Engine Misfire A failed spark plug can cause a misfire because it won't send electricity through to ignite the fuel mixture. A bad ignition coil or plug wire will also cause your engine to misfire. Another cause of a misfire is the fuel injector or fuel pump problem. A faulty fuel injector will cause the engine to run lean, while if you have a faulty fuel pump, you might experience too much pressure in the cylinders. It could lead to overheating or even combustion problems. Poor Fuel Economy Poor fuel economy is a common problem caused by many factors, including a bad spark plug, poor fuel filter, or even a faulty fuel pump. Although these symptoms are not always directly related to the spark plugs, they can all point to crucial problem ... read more
Posted on 6/21/2022
Nowadays, cars have become an important component of the human lifestyle. Everyone desires to have a comfortable car that enhances the traveling experience. Especially in Summers, when you are on the road and traveling in your car, you always want your car ac to be in exceptional condition. Defective car ac can ruin your on-road journey. In hot summer, you get every possible precaution to avoid sweating on the road. Another task you must consider is maintaining your car's air conditioning system. You must use your car ac every day, especially in the summer. The continuous working of car ac requires its maintenance. If it's neglected regularly, it can lead to car ac failure. Putting your car ac maintenance at stake will impact your car ac system and ruin the performance of other vehicle body parts. Resultantly, it will cost you thousands of dollars. Here are some tips for maintaining your car's ac system to avoid these mishaps. Take th ... read more
Posted on 6/3/2022
There are many a/c components in a car that can cause it not to blow cold air. Some examples that may cause why your car’s a/c is not cooling can be a Freon leak, leaking a/c hose, a/c compressor is to weak or not working properly, or any restriction in the air condoning system, and even an electrical problem that will not let the a/c blow cold air, that would need an a/c electrical diagnostic.
Posted on 6/2/2022
Unfortunately, car maintenance is an unavoidable cost that you can't ignore, and one has to face it sooner or later. Car repairs cost is sometimes very unfair, and without knowing the important factors included in car maintenance, you might end up paying more. In 2020, the households' total spending on car maintenance services in the US was 175 billion US dollars. Too much, isn't it? You can save the spending amount on car maintenance services by considering a few crucial points. Auto repair estimates can be costly and painful. However, with the suggestions illustrated in this article, getting accurate cost estimates for your vehicle repair won’t be ... read more