As you can see, this engine cradle assembly is sitting on the floor. In this instance, we are replacing the timing chains, gears, water pump, and chain tensioners. The engine had less than one hundred thousand miles, and we were surprised this service work was needed. Special tools are needed to lock the timing gears… Read more »
Some of us remember when the carburetor was the dominant gas delivery on our vehicles. When first starting our car, we would “pump the gas feed twice, and hopefully, the engine would start,” After starting, the engine speed would be high. We had to let the engine warm up to allow the high idle to… Read more »
What’s worse than breaking down, on the Interstate, on a trip with the family? Maybe one of the kids getting sick. But the transportation breakdown is close to the top of the list. Monday, we received a desperate phone call from a business owner. His company van had broken down on the Interstate and was… Read more »
Generally speaking, there’s not a lot of dirt in the fuel supply, but there is enough it needs to be screened out. The problem gets worse the older your vehicle becomes. That’s because dirt, rust, and contaminants will settle out of the fuel and onto the bottom of the fuel tank. After a car is… Read more »
Nearly 40 percent of engine failures can be attributed to cooling-system issues. Clearly, it pays to take care of your vehicle’s cooling system. Sludge/slime are just one of the common symptoms of larger problems. Left unchecked, it’ll plug the radiator, heater core or fluid passages, resulting in overheating and expensive repairs. What causes it, and… Read more »
” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] Click on the first picture – see the rusty brown part under the engine belt, Also notice the belt is grooved. Do you see what needs to be replaced? The car made it to our shop because we towed it in. The lesson learned here – this person had an Angel… Read more »
One question comes to mind when viewing these bad spark plugs, Has your vehicle ever had the spark plugs changed? So what does a spark plug have to do with having the top part of the engine removed? A small piece of the spark plug center electrode (about one-quarter inch long and about… Read more »
Click the link to listen to our short video: Easier Start up on cold winter days with Amsoil Synthetic Motor Oil. All advice and information is free to try completely at owners risk.
Winter cold is a real test for your battery, starter and charge system. Modern equipment helps Corny’s Techs. determine if your transportation needs service.
Helping your buddy jump start his car? Are you sure you know how?? Caution: Even when following the proper connection procedure, damage to the electronics in both cars can occur. Use this procedure at your own risk. Quick tip: Most of the time, battery connections can be found under the hood of the car/truck you… Read more »