How Can Issues Arise with a Diesel Common Rail Injector System?

If you have a diesel-engined vehicle, the fuel must be delivered in a certain fashion to maintain performance and avoid any issues. In fact, diesel has to be pumped at a much higher rate when compared to a traditional petrol engine, as it also needs to act as a coolant to regulate some of the crucial component parts. So, how much pressure does this put on the individual fuel injectors and the system that controls fuel flow? [Read More]

Different Types of Spare Parts You Should Buy and Store in Your Boot

When you think of buying spare parts, you probably assume that this will only be necessary when your car has an issue. Admittedly, several auto parts can acquire damage and will require replacing, but what you should bear in mind is that auto problems are not scheduled. Instead, they crop up when it is least convenient, and the last thing you want is to be stuck on the road with no ability to help yourself. [Read More]

3 Of the Most Commonly Replaced Parts of the Truck

If you want your truck to serve you for many years and without expensive repairs, you must invest in regular maintenance. During these routine checks, your mechanic inspects all the vehicle components and recommends repair or replacement of those that are utterly worn out.  However, truck parts don't wear out at the same rate. Some depreciate more quickly than others. Here are three of the most commonly replaced truck parts.  [Read More]

Understanding Common Rail Injectors

You may already know that your car has a fuel storage tank. What you might not know is how the fuel gets to the engine to make it start, run, and power your vehicle. Here's a simple guide to help you understand fuel movement: High-Pressure Circulation Pump Your vehicle has a high-pressure circulation pump that helps pump fuel from your fuel tank to the engine at high pressure, through injectors and into the combustion chamber. [Read More]