Engine problems can be enough to make car owners very nervous. The cost of replacing or repairing an engine can be expensive, depending on the problem. However, there are a few problems you can fix on your own. Here are a few reasons your engine won't start. Battery Problems One reason an engine might not start is due to battery problems. You can generally tell if this is the case by listening as you attempt to make the engine turn over.
9 May 2018
While they're capable of producing plenty of horsepower, the factory engines in classic muscle cars leave a lot to be desired. Since they use carburetors and other old-school technology, they generally cannot offer the fuel efficiency, smoothness, or reliability of modern V8 engines with fuel injection and other electronic technology. That's why a lot of enthusiasts swap modern engines into their classic cars. You get the best of both worlds: the look and charm of an old-school muscle car with the efficiency and performance of a modern-day sports car.
6 October 2017
If you have a commercial fleet and have chosen to hire a mobile fleet maintenance service to help with taking care of it, you have probably made the right decision. To make sure that things go smoothly when your maintenance service arrives, however, you'll want to be prepared. These are three tips that can help you prepare for a mobile fleet maintenance service to come to your place of business:
7 July 2017
When you're outfitting your all-terrain vehicle (ATV) for off-road trips you want to take, there are a variety of upgrades and accessories you can choose to enhance your experience. A light bar is vital if you plan to travel at night or in rainy conditions. Not only will a high-quality LED light bar help you to see better, but it will also help other travelers to see you clearly. Here are some things about light bars you should consider before buying one.
29 May 2017
If you have a daughter that is moving out on her own, or that is just getting her license, and you worry about her car breaking down on the side of the road, there are some things that you can get for her. There are some things you can get that are going to help her be safer when she is in a bad situation with a broke down car, and so she isn't in the situation for very long.
13 February 2017
It's up to the vehicle manufacturer to design a quality transmission, but it is up to the vehicle owner to maintain it. Make sure you are doing your part. How well you take care of your transmission will directly impact the overall function and longevity of the system. Here are a handful of tips to keep you on the right track. Drive With Care If you want to protect your transmission, you need to drive with care.
10 February 2017
No one said that buying a used semi-truck was a walk in the park. In addition to the usual signs of wear and tear, there's also mileage to consider. The number of miles spent on the open road can help tell the tale of a prospective purchase. But while some shoppers go by the number of miles driven, others make their choices based on the number of hours the engine has spent running.
31 January 2017