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How to Identify a Borg Warner Transmission

Borg Warner started manufacturing the T5 transmission in 1982. Since its inception, the transmission has been placed into various vehicles, including Ford and General...

How to Identify Holley Carburetors

Holley carburetors are widely known for their performance applications. Muscle car enthusiasts have used Holleys on high-performance engines since the early 1960s and are...

How Long Should a Car Battery Last?

The average life of a car battery is in the range of three to five years. Several factors can lead to a battery's short...

How to Test an Air Intake Temperature Sensor

Proper functioning of you car's air intake temperature sensor can help you avoid costly repairs to your engine and other components. Sensors are simple...

History of the Buick and Oldsmobile 455 Engines

The Buick and Oldsmobile 455-cubic-inch V-8 engines are separate powerplants produced by the two automakers under the General Motors umbrella. Each featured different bore...

How to Check a 1998 GMC Ignition Coil

Testing the ignition coil on your 1998 GMC truck will tell you right away if the coil is faulty. Learning the procedure for testing...

How to Remove an O2 Sensor on a Town Country

The O2 sensor on the Chrysler Town and Country should last for at least 60,000 miles without failing. When the O2 sensor does fail,...

Reasons Why a Power Window Won’t Work

Power car windows, while a convenience standard on many modern cars, can instill panic in a car owner when they fail to operate properly....

Car Engine Damage From Overheating

Extensive damage occurs in an engine that runs in an overheated state for a prolonged period of time. This is the reason almost all...

How to Repair a Carburetor Leaking Gas

Several things cause a carburetor to leak gas. A loose fuel line connection is easy to correct by tightening the connection at the carburetor....

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