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Major Components Of A Vehicle's Cooling System   By: stephens h robertson
The cooling system is an important part of a car. It maintains temperature at an optimal level, allows the engine to function properly by removing excess heat and burns the fuel without getting too hot. Ideally, the cooling system keeps the vehicle running at an optimum temperature.(read entire article)
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Category : Automobiles

Major Components Of An Automobile's Ignition System And How They Work   By: stephens h robertson
The ignition system of a vehicle generates electric sparks to ignite the fuel-air mixture in the engine's cylinder. The ignition system is an array of components that work together in the process of starting the engine. In this article, we'll take a closer look at the components of an ignition system and how they work.(read entire article)
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Category : Automobiles

Onboard Refueling Vapor Recovery (orvr) System   By: stephens h robertson
Vehicle fuel emissions are harmful to people and the environment. Therefore, it is important to prevent the harmful effects of these emissions. Onboard Refueling Vapor Recovery (ORVR) is a vehicle emission control system that controls emissions by getting fuel vapors (while refueling) absorbed by the filtering component.(read entire article)
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Category : Automobiles

Parts Of Charging System In Automobiles And Its Working   By: stephens h robertson
In automobiles, charging system maintains the charge in the vehicle's battery, which provides the main source of electrical energy when engine is running.(read entire article)
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Category : Automobiles

Parts Of Cooling System In Automobile And Its Working   By: stephens h robertson
An automobile engine produces large amount of heat when it is running, which results in temperature raise of the engine. If this temperature is not cooled continuously it can lead to destruction of engine.(read entire article)
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Category : Automobiles

Parts Of Vehicle's Air Intake System And Its Working   By: stephens h robertson
Air intake system is built and tuned for an automobile to experience maximum power and efficiency. Most of them are bolt up installations, making them an excellent add-on for easy power gains. A good air intake system allow continuous and clean air into the engine, thereby to achieve better mileage and optimum performance for your vehicle.(read entire article)
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Category : Automobiles

Principle And Working Of Electronic Fuel Injection System   By: stephens h robertson
All modern vehicles are provided with a fuel injection system to convey fuel to the engine while reducing the amount of harmful emissions that a vehicle emits off. Modern automobiles use electronic fuel injection (EFI) in their fuel delivery system in order to increase the efficiency. The EFI engines run more smoothly, with lower emissions and fuel consumption.(read entire article)
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Category : Automobiles

Pros And Cons Of Tbi (throttle Body Fuel Injection)   By: stephens h robertson
The throttle body is associated with automotive engines equipped with fuel injection system. The throttle body is the system that controls the volume of air entering the engine. The throttle body works in proportion to the pressure exerted on the accelerator pedal by the driver.(read entire article)
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Category : Automobiles

Restoring A Mechanical Fuel Pump   By: stephens h robertson
Fuel pump repair/ restore is a serious matter but nothing too difficult for a beginner if a set of few important rules are followed. Mechanical fuel pumps are uncomplicated, generally stable and straightforward enough to overhaul.(read entire article)
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Category : Automobiles

Seven Causes Of Car Engine Overheating You Should Know   By: stephens h robertson
The operating temperature of many modern cars falls within the temperature range of 195° F to 250° F. When temperature exceeds the normal range, the engine is said to be overheated. And, overheating is likely to damage the engine.(read entire article)
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Category : Automobiles

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