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Reduced Engine Power Warning: What Does It Mean?

Reduced Engine Power Warning: What Does It Mean?

If you are driving your vehicle and suddenly come across the reduced engine power warning, it may be time to check your car. A reduced engine power warning will appear on your dashboard if there is some trouble with the engine. If you see this warning, do not ignore...

All About The Pontiac 400 engine

All About The Pontiac 400 engine

The Pontiac 400 engine is a member of the famous "GM family" started with Oldsmobile. It was initially created in 1968 and used the same block as the 350 V8 - this was a tedious afternoon project to save money, making it one of the most iconic engines in history....

Four Common Problems With The Ford Mustang GT Coyote 5.0 engine

Four Common Problems With The Ford Mustang GT Coyote 5.0 engine

Ford's modular engine series includes the 5.0L Coyote engine, which is available in F150 and Mustang GT vehicles manufactured between 2011 and the present. Despite numerous upgrades to the Coyote engine, specific issues persist across all of them. Despite this, the...

Check Engine Light – What Does It Mean?

Check Engine Light – What Does It Mean?

Having your car's check engine light come on is a scary experience, especially if you don't know what to do next. A defective gas cap may cause the warning light or signal a more severe problem, such as an engine that is misfiring. This means you'll have to go to the...

Can Engine Braking Harm Your Vehicle?

Can Engine Braking Harm Your Vehicle?

Footbrakes are the safest method to slow down a vehicle in both standard and emergencies. Is it, however, the most efficient? Here, we'll look at another way for slowing a car: engine braking. What is the definition of engine braking? As opposed to using the...

Typical Ford 6.2 Engine Problems

Typical Ford 6.2 Engine Problems

This Ford Boss 6.2 engine made its initial appearance inside the 2010 SVT Raptor and  Ford F-150 Harley-Davidson. The 6.2L V8 is no longer an option in F-150 vehicles, although it is still the standard engine in the F-350 and F-250 Super Duty models. The 6.2 Boss V8...

Tips for a Flush-tastic Engine: How to Do an Engine Flush

Tips for a Flush-tastic Engine: How to Do an Engine Flush

The engine is an essential part of your car because it provides you with the power to drive. Most people don't give their vehicle the love and attention it deserves, leading to several problems. One such problem is clogging up the air intake system and exhaust pipe,...

Common GMC 6.2 Engine Problems To Be Aware Of

Common GMC 6.2 Engine Problems To Be Aware Of

The GMC 6.2L engine is a V-8 gas-powered engine that General Motors manufactured for use in their vehicles. The engines were first introduced to the market during the mid-1990s and continued until 2011 when they were discontinued due to poor sales numbers. Over this...

6 Common Cadillac 3.6 L Engine Problems

6 Common Cadillac 3.6 L Engine Problems

The Cadillac 3.6 is a V6, which means it has six cylinders arranged in two banks of three cylinders. It is designed to provide about 30% more torque than the 4.6 liter V8 it replaced while creating almost 50% fewer emissions. The engine in the Cadillac 3.6 also has a...

1994 Honda Civic Turbo Kit Buyers Guide

1994 Honda Civic Turbo Kit Buyers Guide

There are a variety of turbo charger kits for the Honda Civic. All of the turbo kits on this collection feature a one-year guarantee. The installation quality differs too, so it's necessary to understand what you're looking for before you make a purchase. Here are...

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