There are no spark plugs in diesel engines. They inject fuel into a highly compressed air, and the fuel is ignited by the heat already present within the internal combustion chamber.

When should spark plugs be replaced? In order to ensure peak engine performance and maximum fuel economy, you should replace spark plugs every 30,000 miles or as recommended by your car’s manufacturer.

In some cases, minor car dents can be popped out safely from behind, but otherwise they will need to be filled and then repainted. In some cases, sanding is also required in order to create a perfectly smooth surface.

When you have your oil changed also have the wheel alignment on your vehicle checked and rotate the tires. Not only does this improve steering it also balances tire wear to get the longest life out of them.

If the automatic transmission fluid in your car is low or deteriorating, it will cause the transmission to slip. Check the car’s owner’s manual to find out what type the manufacturer recommends.

The average American spends about 38 hours a year stuck in traffic. That means by the time you turn 60, you’ll have spent 95 day stuck in traffic (assuming that traffic doesn’t get worse),

Are your car’s headlights dimmer than what they should be? It could be the lenses have oxidized. If this isn’t the case, there may be a problem with the alternator or battery. The best way to find out is to have a diagnostic test performed.

Fun car fact: In Los Angeles, California, according to registration and population records, there are actually more cars than there are people!

How popular was the Ford Model T? Well, In 1916, 55% of all the cars in the world were Model T Fords. In fact, until 1958, almost 60% of all cars on the road in the U.S. were Fords. Then Ford introduced the Edsel...


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