SYNTHETIC VS CONVENTIONAL ENGINE OIL

In technical terms, the oil in a motor keeps the valves lubricated so that the pistons can function properly. Gasoline enters the engine and is ignited by the spark plugs. The energy that is released from the explosion of gas then pumps the pistons inside the motor. The pistons turn the crankshaft, which is the Read more about SYNTHETIC VS CONVENTIONAL ENGINE OIL[…]

DIFFERENCES BETWEEN V4,V6,V8,I4,I6 AND BOXER ENGINES

Engines with 4, 5, 6 or 8 cylinders power the majority of modern cars. There are exceptions, of course, perhaps most notably the 10-cylinder engine in the Dodge Viper or the 12-cylinder engines installed in several high-end luxury sedans. But most of today’s vehicles employ the more common cylinder counts. An engine cylinder is where Read more about DIFFERENCES BETWEEN V4,V6,V8,I4,I6 AND BOXER ENGINES[…]

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THE 3 MOST COMMON ENGINE PROBLEMS

Regardless of age, mileage, make, or model, occasional engine problems are unavoidable. As a car accumulates mileage the chances of engine problems are on the rise. However, not all engine related issues are serious. Many a times the cause is something as simple as a dirty air filter or a loose gas cap. 1. ENGINE WON’T START A no-start condition Read more about THE 3 MOST COMMON ENGINE PROBLEMS[…]