Saturday, January 20, 2018

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How To Test a Chrysler Cirrus MAP Sensor

Manifold Absolute Pressure sensors are devices that transmit vital information to your Chrysler engine computer. Otherwise known as your Chrysler Cirrus MAP sensor, this...

FAQ : How To Test Your Starter

There's nothing more annoying that trying to start your car and hearing the ever ominous "click" of your starter solenoid going out, not to...

How to Test a Chevy Suburban Blower Motor

The blower motor in your Chevy Suburban is critical to your climate control, and when it starts to fail there's several symptoms that are...

How To Test a Chevy Impala MAF Sensor

When the Impala MAF Sensor in your 3.5 liter Chevy has gone bad, you're going to have a variety of issues with your sedan. This...

How To Donate Your Car

Donating your vehicle to charity is a simple process, but one that most people do not fully understand. After all most companies require just...

Nuts and Bolts – How To Read Bolt Grades

Most car guys will remove, install and replace bolts many times and never look at bolt grades. After all, if it's not broke why...

DTC P0401 – How To Test Ford F150 EGR

The Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve inside of your Ford F-150 is responsible for scavenging exhaust gases from the intake and route them to reduce emissions....

FAQ : GM LS Part Numbers

Whether you are building a budget project or assembling a LS engine from the ground up, these part numbers can help you get the...