Your engine works by creating thousands of small explosions that push against the pistons, which in turn rotates the crankshaft and eventually drives your vehicle’s wheels. These explosions produce leftover gases, known as exhaust gases, that are made of potentially dangerous chemicals such as carbon monoxide, hydro carbons and nitrogen oxide. In order to keep…Read More Here!
The muffler is a cylindrical component attached to the exhaust that filters out the loud, explosive sounds from the engine. Inside the muffler is a set of tubes that are designed to reflect sound waves back and forth in order to reduce the engine noise. All vehicles come with a factory standard muffler but you…Read More Here!
Spending the money to replace something that comes standard from the factory may seem pointless, but there are benefits to having a custom exhaust system installed on your vehicle. The aftermarket parts that make up a custom exhaust system are designed differently than standard factory parts and can therefore improve many aspects of your vehicle….Read More Here!
While some warning lights on your dash don’t indicate an immediate issue, your battery warning light is one that you do not want to ignore. A battery warning light means that, for some reason, your battery is not recharging and it’s only a matter of time before driving your vehicle drains whatever charge is does…Read More Here!
Oil changes may be a simple service appointment, but the oil that’s swapped out is one of the most important liquids in your vehicle. Changing your oil regularly is the single best thing you can do to increase your vehicle’s lifespan. The oil in your vehicle is needed to prevent friction in the engine, but…Read More Here!