Alan talks about properly checking your tire pressure. See more at http://www.norcalperformance.com
Sunday, November 19, 2017
Thursday, November 16, 2017
A condition of running rough can be one of many factors.
If the truck runs rough when it’s cold but clears up when the engine is warm, you have a stiction issue in your injectors. Treating with Diesel Extreme will clear out the debris in your injectors.
If the truck runs rough only at idle, a stiction issue is likely, so treat this the same way.
If the truck is running rough all of the time, it can be a little more complicated. An injector may have gotten beyond the point or our product cleaning it. An injection pump may be failing, or a pump may have gotten out of time.
An electrical issue, such as a sensor failure, can affect your truck in a similar way. You will need a scan tool to properly diagnose this.
The hardest to diagnose is an intermittent miss. It may be best to take the vehicle to a professional, depending on how good you are with your vehicles electrical system.
Monday, November 13, 2017
Friday, November 10, 2017
If you’re buying a vehicle specifically to tow something heavy - a caravan, a boat, a horse float, or camper trailer. Here’s how to get this towing business right.
Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Saturday, November 4, 2017
When a car reaches 100,000 miles, the maintenance isn't much different, but it's important to test the battery, change the radiator fluid and have the tires rotated. Check the brakes and fluid levels before driving a car that has reached 100,000 miles with tips from a certified master mechanic in this free video on car maintenance.
Wednesday, November 1, 2017
Diesel fuel is a much more effective method of fueling a low-RPM-torque vehicle because it's much less volatile than regularly refined gasoline. Understand the benefits and drawbacks of using diesel fuel with tips from an auto repair shop manager in this free video on car maintenance.