Saturday, 28 March 2020

CORONAVIRUS: The Best Ways To Kill Coronavirus In Your Car

By now, you should have learned that washing your hands regularly and cleaning your house with disinfectant is effective to protect yourself against the deadly coronavirus. But what about the inside of your car?

While most surfaces in your home are very durable and can withstand a variety of cleaning and disinfection solutions, the interior of your valuable vehicle is much more fragile. Nevertheless, it has to be cleaned frequently, since the coronavirus can

Tuesday, 24 March 2020

CORONAVIRUS CRISIS: Ford Launches Program To Facilitate Payments For New Vehicles Purchased

Ford Motor Company, which has seen its stock price drop nearly half in the past month, is working to give customers a reason to buy a vehicle during the Coronavirus Outbreak. While buying a new car may seem like the furthest thing from most people's minds

Friday, 20 March 2020

CORONA VIRUS: How To Keep Your Car Safe During The Crisis

Your car will be critical during the crisis, but the same cleanliness rules apply to protect yourself and your family

 Wipe off

It is also vital to keep the interior of your car clean. You must wash the main contact surfaces, including the steering wheel, gear lever, touchscreen, door handles and the most frequently used

Wednesday, 11 March 2020

5 Symptoms Of A Bad Charcoal Container In Your Car

The engine's exhaust system generates many carbon emissions that are released into the environment. This is what continues to make gasoline engines so controversial among those interested in protecting the environment.

More so, there is a special element called a "charcoal canister" that is present in the emission system and absorbs the vapour of the fuel before it is released to the environment.

In other words, after the engine generates these toxic carbon emissions, the charcoal canister stops these connections and directs them back to

Wednesday, 4 March 2020

CAR MAINTENANCE: A List Of Common Honda CVT Problems You Shouldn't Neglect

Honda cars released between 1999 and 2004 usually have gearbox problems. Car models like Accord, Civic and Odyssey are the worst example of problems with the Honda CVT transmission.

A car may not work properly due to CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission). If you notice that the car jerks when accelerating, it is a sign of a transmission problem. CVT is the system of improved

Thursday, 27 February 2020

Why Volvo Cars Are Safe: See Possible Reasons

The Volvo Company was founded in 1927 and has come a long way. Fair price and excellent quality are the main reasons for a competitive advantage. People often ask, "Why are Volvo cars safe?" Here is a quick overview of the possible reasons.

Volvo cars are a pioneer in auto safety. Since the advent of the company, the word "safety" and the name "Volvo" have been

Friday, 21 February 2020

Typical Symptoms Of A Broken Or Faulty Idler Pulley

Deflection pulleys are motor pulleys that are responsible for guiding and tensioning the motor drive belts. The engine drive belts are routed around the various engine accessories such as alternator, water pump, power steering pump and AC compressor in a specific way. The idler pulley is intended to provide another easily rotatable point for the engine belt to rotate so that the desired guidance can be achieved. Most motors use a pulley and a tension pulley, although some designs use more than one pulley. Over time, the pulleys will wear out and will need to be replaced. Typically, a broken pulley leads to some symptoms that can inform the driver of a problem.

Visibly worn pulleys
One of the first symptoms of a problem with a pulley is