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Upgrade your Car with Keyless Car Remotes

13th August 2012
Among the various inventions and advancements in the automobile sector, keyless car remotes have been introduced in the markets to offer advanced and hi-tech security to vehicles than the traditional way of locking them with conventional keys. Moreover, t... Read >
Author: StaceyKumar

Looking For Better Gas Mileage? Do Not Be Fueled

25th May 2012
With gas prices climbing, everyone is looking for ways to improve their car’s gas mileage. Most people are aware of the standard ways to do that like slowing down, not stopping or starting quickly, keeping the tires inflated, replacing the air filte... Read >
Author: Karen Campese

Improve The Functioning Of Your Car With Chip Keys

03rd April 2012
A chip key can make your car a lot more successful than actually before. It not simply delivers security from your intruders but also performs a number of capabilities with your car which can make it a ought to have instrument for the car. A microchip ... Read >
Author: tuanpapnan

How to Replace Fuel Injectors?

26th January 2012
Is your car's engine giving a rough idle? Or is it giving a slow response to your accelerating pedal? Then possibly, the fuel injectors are bad, causing your car's engine to hesitate while accelerating. It is immensely important to get them fixed or if no... Read >
Author: john taps

How to Become a Car Mechanic in the UK

01st December 2011
Car mechanics specialise in the service and repair of vehicles. They work on the maintenance and repairing of all aspects of cars, by performing preventative and restorative work on the engine, electrics, gears, brakes, exhaust system, security features, ... Read >
Author: Mark Armstrong

fuel injector nozzle,diesel plunger,delivery valve,head rotor

28th June 2010
Contact:Jameson Chee TEL:86-595-22922990 FAX:86-595-22922995 Email:hungter3@hungter.com MSN:hungter3@hotmail.com YAHOO:hungter03@yahoo.com Skype:hungter03 Web:http://www.hungter.com Company:Hungter Machinery Development Co.,Ltd We focus on produc... Read >
Author: Hungter Machinery

An Overview of Diesel Fuel Injection Pump

17th June 2010
The only similarity between diesel engine and the fuel engine is that they are each belonging to internal combustion engine. However, the difference between them lies in the process of ignition. The fuel engine uses sparks to ignite the fuel where as d... Read >
Author: Tauqeer Ul Hassan

Car Alarm, LoJack and Teletrack Specialist in Los Angeles Give Car Security Advice

12th May 2010
Car lovers greatly enjoy having their cars be the center of attention. And since they've put in so much time and effort into their cars - purchasing the latest parts at the body and car stereo shops, getting the best modifications -- they have every right... Read >
Author: Eddie Borgwardt

Rochester Carburetors

22nd April 2010
Rochester carburettors can be found in all General Motors cars and trucks especially to those which have been manufactured from 1960s up to the middle part of 1980s where fuel injection was first introduced to the market. Carburadores Rochester if properl... Read >
Author: Mike Hampton

When to use your blaZt cable and software

12th November 2009
"The question is often asked - 'what do you use the cable for?' The blaZt cable has many uses, all of which are simple to use: - Fault finding a. Download fault codes b. Check any engine sensor for valid data c. Log data while driving for faults d. ... Read >
Author: Blazt

How Does Your Fuel Gauge Work?

16th July 2009
We all know we are running out of fuel when what happens? Yep, that little yellow light starts lighting up on the dashboard. Like Pavlov's dogs, we know it is time to fuel up, but how does our car know that it needs gas? Let's take a look. The fuel tan... Read >
Author: Dirk Gibson

High Blood Pressure - An Analogy of The Cardiovascular System

08th May 2007
The cardiovascular system essentially consists of the heart, a network of hollow blood vessels (called arteries, veins and capillaries) and the blood that fills them. In simplistic terms, the cardiovascular system conveys food and oxygen to every one of ... Read >
Author: Bilal Rose

Exposing the Myths on Fuel Pump Compensators (Aneroid) added to After Market Turbo Systems

13th November 2005
The addition of Fuel Pump Compensators to enhance power with After Market Turbo Systems: There is quite a debate raging about Diesel Fuel Pump Modifications as people strive for more power than is standard from their After Market Turbo Charged 4WD! One... Read >
Author: Byron Moore
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