Car Pictures And Videos - Car Maintenance And Repair Videos

Learn some basic auto repair and maintenance procedures.

Learn the proper way to check the power steering fluid in your car or truck. Low fluid level will cause whining or grinding noises.
How To Check Power Steering Fluid
Learn the proper way to check the oil level in your car or truck.
How To Check Engine Oil
Watch how to check the brake fluid on your car or truck.
How To Check Brake Fluid Video
Learn how to check the coolant and antifreeze on your car or truck. Make sure it is full and in good condition.
How To Check Coolant And Antifreeze...
Learn how to check the serpentine drive bet on your car or truck. This is a very important maintenance procedure.
Checking Car Serpentine Drive Belt ...
Learn the proper way to check your car or truck fuses when you have an electrical problem.
How To Check Car Fuses Video
Learn how to clean the carbon from the throttle on your car or truck if it stalls coming to a stop or is hard to start.
How To Clean Throttle Body Video
 
 

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How Things Work

Engine Coolant System | Water Pump Radiator Thermostat Heater Core

The cooling system's function is to maintain an efficient engine operating temperature during all engine speeds and operating conditions. The cooling system is designed to remove approximately one-third of the heat produced by the burning of the air-fuel mixture. When the engine is cold, the system cools slowly or not at all. This allows the engine to warm quickly.

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Common Engine Codes

Code P0341 Cam Position Sensor

During cranking, the ignition control (IC) module monitors the 7X crankshaft position sensor signal. Once the IC module determines spark synchronization, 3X reference signals are sent to the powertrain control module (PCM). The PCM will command all six injectors on for one priming shot of fuel in all cylinders.

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