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Category :: Software Articles Author :: Kevin Schappell 
 
 Article Title :: Body Care
 
Body Care by: Kevin Schappell The winter months can be tough on your body... your car body that is. Salt and chemicals used in the colder climates can wreak havoc on your cars precious sheet metal. By doing a few simple things this winter, you can keep your car's body looking it's best. Put a good heavy coat of wax on your car before the winter storms hit. This heavy coat will protect your paint from the corrosive salt and cold temperatures. Wash the underside of your car often during the winter months. Salt and chemicals will collect under the vehicle and slowly start eating away at your car. Skip the undercoating unless you are buying a new car. Applying undercoating after   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Kevin Schappell 
 
 Article Title :: Test Driving A New Car
 
Test Driving A New Car by: Kevin Schappell One of the most important steps in buying a new or used car is the test drive. You can do all the research you like, but it all comes down to the test drive. Driving the car must be comfortable, easy, and enjoyable. Follow these few steps and get the most out of your next test drive. Check over the car before you leave the dealer's lot. Tires, fluids, and lights should all be checked before you drive. Also make sure there is gas in the car. If at all possible go on the test drive by yourself. You need to concentrate on the driving experience and the noises of the car. A babbling salesman will distract you and not let you get a good read  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Kevin Schappell 
 
 Article Title :: Technical Service Bulletins (TSB)
 
Technical Service Bulletins (TSB) by: Kevin Schappell Smart home mechanics use all the information available to diagnose problems with their vehicle. Below you will find the two most valuable sources of data available today. Most people know nothing about TSBs, but they should. Both of these excellent resources are available online from websites like AllData.com Technical Service Bulletins (TSBs): TSBs are issued by vehicle manufacturers to help automotive technicians diagnose and repair problems reported by consumers and repair shops. It's amazing how many fixes are found in these bulletins that can't be found anywhere else. Car manufacturers issue thousands of bulletins every yea  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Kevin Schappell 
 
 Article Title :: The Cooling System
 
The Cooling System by: Kevin Schappell The purpose of the engine's cooling system is to remove excess heat from the engine, to keep the engine operating at its most efficient temperature, and to get the engine up to the correct temperature as soon as possible after starting. Ideally, the cooling system keeps the engine running at its most efficient temperature no matter what the operating conditions are. As fuel is burned in the engine, about one-third of the energy in the fuel is converted into power. Another third goes out the exhaust pipe unused, and the remaining third becomes heat energy. A cooling system of some kind is necessary in any internal combustion engine. If no cooli  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Kevin Schappell 
 
 Article Title :: Auto HVAC
 
Auto HVAC by: Kevin Schappell Not only do we depend on our cars to get us where we want to go, we also depend on them to get us there without discomfort. We expect the heater to keep us warm when it's cold outside, and the air conditioning system to keep us cool when it's hot. We get heat from the heater core, sort of a secondary radiator, which is part of the car's cooling system. We get air conditioning from the car's elaborate air conditioning system. Despite its relatively small size, the cooling system has to deal with an enormous amount of heat to protect the engine from friction and the heat of combustion. The cooling system has to remove about 6,000 BTU of heat per minute.   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: News Canada 
 
 Article Title :: Consumers Urged To Use Greener Fuels As Smog Seaso
 
Consumers Urged To Use Greener Fuels As Smog Season Approaches by: News Canada (NC)-As the first smog alert warnings of the season approach, Canadians are being urged to use ethanol-blended fuel to alleviate the urban smog problems plaguing many parts of the country. Many regions have experienced a significant increase in the number of "smog days" in recent years and the problem is getting worse according the Canadian Renewable Fuels Association. Mr. Bliss Baker, President of the Canadian Renewable Fuels Association (CRFA), suggests motorists fill-up with ethanol-blended gasoline. "All vehicles can use ethanol blends and this is one way of addressing the issue of air pollution," said  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Kevin Schappell 
 
 Article Title :: The Engine Explained
 
The Engine Explained by: Kevin Schappell The engine is the heart of your car, but instead of pumping blood, the engine pumps air and fuel. The engines main function is to convert air and fuel into rotary motion so it can drive the wheels of the car. How does it do that ??.... Well let's start with a cutaway of the engine and see all the major parts then we will get into the actual mechanics. Pistons: Most common engines have 4, 6, or 8 pistons, which move up and down in the cylinders. On the upper side of the piston is what is called the combustion chamber where the fuel and air mix before ignited. On the other side is the crankcase, which is full of oil. Pistons have rings which ser  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Kevin Schappell 
 
 Article Title :: Your Drive Train Explained
 
Your Drive Train Explained by: Kevin Schappell The drive train serves two functions: it transmits power from the engine to the drive wheels, and it varies the amount of torque. "Power" is the rate or speed at which work is performed. "Torque" is turning or twisting force. Multiple ratio gearboxes are necessary because the engine delivers its maximum power at certain speeds, or RPM (Rotations Per Minute). In order to use the same engine RPM's at different road speeds, it is necessary to change the "Gear Ratio" between the engine and the drive wheels. Just like a bicycle, the car has to switch gears in order to move at a wide range of speeds. Unlike your bicycle, the car's drivetrain als  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Kevin Schappell 
 
 Article Title :: Oil / Lubricants
 
Oil / Lubricants by: Kevin Schappell I receive a lot of questions regarding oil and the least understood part is the number system used to rate oils. Oil weight, or viscosity, refers to how thick or thin the oil is. The temperature requirements set for oil, by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) is 0 degrees F (low) and 210 degrees F (high). Oils meeting the SAE's low temperature requirements have a "W" after the viscosity rating (example: 10W), and oils that meet the high ratings have no letter (example SAE 30). Oil is rated for viscosity by heating it to a specified temperature, and then allowing it to flow out of a specifically sized hole. Its viscosity rating is determine  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Kevin Schappell 
 
 Article Title :: Your Fuel System
 
Your Fuel System by: Kevin Schappell The fuel system feed your engine the gasoline/diesel it needs to run. If anyone of the parts in the system break down your engine will not run. Let's look at the major parts of the fuel system, Fuel tank: Basically a holding tank for your fuel. When you fill up at a gas station the gas travels down the filler tube and into the tank. In the tank there is a sending unit, which tells the gas gauge how much gas is in the tank. Fuel pump: On newer cars the fuel pump is usually installed in the fuel tank. Older cars have the fuel pump attached to the engine or on the frame rail between the tank and the engine. If the pump is in the tank or on the fram  (read full article)
 
 
 
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