A thermostat controls flow of coolant in a vehicle’s cooling system. It opens or closes according to the temperature of coolant when a vehicle’s engine is running. If it stops working it can be stuck open or stuck closed. It will result in high temperature of the engine, damage to the radiator or crack in the hose.
You can test a thermostat with simply boiling water.… View full post
Vehicle headlights look old and blurry after a few years due to weather effects. You can remove weather effects and restore their shine very easily in a few minutes. Let me explain how to do that.
1- Initially headlights are looking blurry and dirty.
2- To restore their shine you need a tooth paste, Piece of cloth and some water.… View full post
Fault codes (Trouble Codes):
When vehicle’s computer detects any problems with the engine, transmission, Fuel system, chassis etc, it saves information as a fault code or trouble code. Such fault codes usually turn Check Engine light ON on the dashboard.
OBD-II (On-Board Diagnostic):
All cars from 1996 or later must have OBD2. To check for faults you need to connect to your vehicle’s computer via an OBD2 adapter.… View full post