3 Signs Of Overdue Engine Oil Change

An engine oil change is the most basic maintenance task for any combustion-engine vehicle. Unfortunately, there are plenty of people who overlook this task by accident. Worse yet, some people think it’s unimportant and choose not to do it at all. Regular engine oil changes are critical for your car’s wellbeing. When the engine oil … Read more

5 Ways to Improve Poor Fuel Economy of Your Car

Fuel prices keep rising worldwide, and that’s been making fuel economy a trending topic for car owners everywhere. Understandably, people are focusing on improving poor fuel economy so they can delay their next trip to the gas station. But is that possible? There are several ways you can improve the poor fuel economy of your … Read more

What Happens if You Put Diesel in a Gas Car?

Accidentally putting diesel in a gas powered vehicle is an easier mistake to make than you might think. While diesel pumps are clearly labeled, they’re usually right next to the gas pumps. If a driver isn’t paying attention it’s not difficult to grab the wrong pump. So, what happens if you make this mistake, and … Read more

EGR Delete Explained (Pros & Cons)

An EGR delete is a modification that removes the exhaust gas recirculation system from a vehicle. This can be done for a number of reasons, such as increasing performance or preventing engine damage. To complete the process, you’ll need an aftermarket performance kit that physically removes the EGR valve, preventing exhaust from reentering the engine. … Read more

What is a Hydrolocked Engine and How Bad is It?

Hydrostatic locking—more commonly referred to as hydrolocking—happens when an engine fills with liquid, causing it to seize up. This usually happens if a driver plows their vehicle into a deep puddle, forcing water into the cylinders and preventing the engine from turning over. Depending on the extent of the damage, you may be able to … Read more

Signs Your Car Needs an Oil Change

Oil plays a vital role in engine performance by helping to reduce wear and tear, preventing parts from overheating, and keeping the engine clean. Over time, though, oil can break down, causing it to become less effective. When this happens, your engine may run hot, emit black or bluish smoke, and issue a check engine … Read more

Bad MAF Sensor (Signs, Causes, Fixes)

The mass airflow (MAF) sensor regulates the amount of air flowing into your vehicle’s engine which, in turn, regulates the amount of fuel being injected. If the MAF sensor fails, it can lead to either an overflow or a restricted flow of air, causing the engine to run lean and hot or rich and cold. … Read more