Talking About Fuel Delivery Systems

How To Know If You’re Getting A Good Deal On Your Used Car Purchase

With all of the online tools available for pricing used cars, you might think it's a fairly simple process to price out a potential car. However, this isn't the case. Most of these tools vary wildly from one another, and there are enough variables that factor into the purchase to make standardized pricing almost impossible. The good news is the process for analyzing your specific purchase isn't difficult--if you know what to do. Read More 

2 Silent Issues That Will Reduce Your Car’s Horsepower

When you first purchased your car, you were impressed at how well it accelerated and maintained its speed while driving on the freeway. Now that some time has passed, and you've adjusted to your car's performance, you've noticed that your car's horsepower seems to be steadily declining—even though there aren't any warning lights or strange noises coming from your car. In such a case, one (or both) of these issues may be causing your performance problems. Read More 

Recycled Automotive Oil: Its Uses And Your Role

Advances in technology and a better understanding of oil refining mean that it is possible to recycle used motor oil for a variety of purposes and have it work just as well as virgin refined motor oil. In order to conserve natural oil resources and prevent oil from contaminating both land and ocean, it is important that consumers know the basics of oil recycling and do their part in recycling their used motor oil. Read More 

How To Replace And Bed Your New Brake Pads

Your vehicle has provided you with a safe form of transportation for the past few years. However, you're now starting to notice signs of brake failure—brake judder, scraping noises, and significantly reduced braking performance. To properly replace your worn brakes and bed your new brakes, follow these steps. Gather Your Tools and Equipment Replacing your worn brakes will require several tools. If you don't already own these tools, then head to the closest auto parts store to purchase them: Read More 

Semi-Trucks For Sale: Comparing Savings Between Used And New Models

There are about 1.2 million trucking companies in operation in the U.S., employing over 3.5 million truck drivers. Most operate semi-trucks. If you're looking to break into the industry, investing in a solid semi-truck is the first step. New heavy duty semi-trucks cost anywhere from $100,000 to $150,000 while used models often sell in the $30,000 to $80,000 range. Although new semi-trucks generally cost a bit less to maintain, there are many cost savings that can be reaped with used models. Read More 

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Talking About Fuel Delivery Systems

Hey everyone, my name is Crissy Paulo. I am excited to share my knowledge about fuel systems used for automotive applications. I will frequently talk about different ways to deliver the gas to the engine ranging from fuel distributors to direct injection. The carburetor was the first fuel delivery system I learned about, so I will talk about that one often. My site will also talk about common faults in these systems and ways to solve the problems. I hope you will use the information on my site to tackle problems in your fuel system or even perform some upgrades. I encourage you to visit my site often. Thank you.