Yearly Archives: 2021

What are the Signs of Starter Failure?

What are the Signs of Starter Failure?

Starter failure problems are quite common. Unfortunately, most drivers and car owners tend to confuse them with other car issues. Your car starting system is intricate, composed of numerous components working together to get the motor running. The starter motor is overly integral as it spins the flywheel bringing the pistons into motion to generate enough compression to start your car. When the starter fails, it will impact your capacity to start and operate your car. Here are some tale tell signs to look out for: Grinding Noises It mostly happens when the starter gear is completely worn out or is unable to engage properly. Even so, your car might also produce a whirring sound or none at all when the starter is faulty. If left unattended, this could translate to incredible damages to your vehicle's engine flywheel. The Engine Doesn't Turn Over Your car will not start when its starter is failing, even if you jumpstart it. Often, this is due to a burnt-out starter motor ... read more

What is a catalytic converter?

What is a catalytic converter?

Every vehicle has an exhaust system that serves three basic functions: Move exhaust away from the engine and passengers, muddle the noise of the engine and reduce emissions. Of the entire system, one of the most baffling parts to people is the catalytic converter. Here is what the catalytic converter does, how it does it and why it is important. The Catalyst The catalytic converter is one of those vehicle parts everyone has heard about, but virtually no one gets how it works. Without it, however, a vehicle would be a pollution belching, potential death trap, thanks to poisonous emissions. Every catalytic converter has a honeycombed ceramic interior that is coated by Palladium, Rhodium and Platinum. Its purpose is to convert toxic emissions into less harmful gases. This protects vehicle passengers and improves external, environmental air quality. What It Converts When an engine is running, it emits three main gasses: Nitrogen Oxides Carbon Monoxide Hydrocarbons Each pollutes th ... read more

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