Helpful Automotive Resources
August 27, 2020 How to Replace a Drive BeltMost modern cars have a single serpentine belt that wraps around all engine-driven accessories (i.e., the alternator, A/C compressor, etc.). The belt connects the accessories to the crankshaft pulley so that they can be driven off the engine.
The drive belt connects all engine-driven accessories to the crankshaft pulley , August 18, 2020 P0562 Code: System Voltage LowDiagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) P0562 stands for “System Voltage Low.” It is triggered when the PCM detects voltage supply drops from the calibrated threshold for certain periods of time.
August 05, 2020 How to Test a Car Battery with a MultimeterA good car battery should be able to accept and hold a charge. If you want to check your battery’s overall health, you may ask a professional to do a load test using a hand-held digital analyzer. However, if you simply want to check the state of charge, you can August 03, 2020 Why are My Headlights Flickering?Generally, flickering headlights are caused by either a faulty bulb or a problem within the headlight circuit.
Flickering headlights are usually caused by a broken lightbulb.
August 27, 2020 Ford Gives F-150 Additional Standard Safety TechPreviously, F-150 buyers looking for a truck equipped with automatic emergency braking didn’t have much choice but to get a Lariat trim or higher. But a spokesperson for Ford confirmed that the company is now making the tech available on all trim levels of the truck. This is in addition