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How Many Oxygen Sensors are in a Car?

Published 07:00 AM, Tue February 16, 2016


  The oxygen sensor is a car part that you probably never think much about. In fact, you may be unsure of what it even does, yet it is essential for your vehicle to function normally or perform optimally. An oxygen sensor, which is sometimes abbreviated as an O2 Sensor, generates a reading based on […]


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What Gauges Should I Put in My Car?

Published 07:00 AM, Tue February 9, 2016


Want to make your vehicle feel like a race-car? You don’t have to drive at high speeds to make that happen. A little renovation to your car’s interior can make the entire vehicle feel sleeker, sportier, and more fun. A good place to begin is with mounting performance gauges. Gauges, which are often called racing […]


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How Long Do Hybrid Car Batteries Last?

Published 07:00 AM, Tue February 2, 2016


There are many reasons you might choose to drive a hybrid car over a conventional gas-powered one. It will help you save money on gas and reduce your environmental footprint. But there are certainly some downsides to consider before becoming the owner of a hybrid vehicle. One is that the hybrid battery won’t last forever. […]


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How Does a Car Temperature Sensor Work?

Published 07:00 AM, Tue January 26, 2016


How hot does your vehicle’s engine get during an average drive? You may not know—but hopefully your vehicle coolant temperature sensor does. The sensor keeps tabs on the operating temperature and alerts the on-car computer when there’s a potential problem. But how does this car temperature sensor really work—and what’s its purpose? How the Temperature Sensor Works […]


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How to Maintain a Happy and Healthy Radiator

Published 07:00 AM, Tue January 19, 2016


Owning a vehicle comes with the responsibility of taking care of it long after you drive off the dealership lot. This means investing time and money into caring for your car, regularly changing the oil, rotating the tires, and replenishing fluids. Keeping up with your vehicle’s preventative maintenance schedule is smarter and more affordable than […]


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