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Some symptoms include a squealing noise from the front of the vehicle, power steering not working, engine overheating or cracks and wear on the belt itself.
The steering system utilized in many modern cars is a rack and pinion steering system.
The serpentine belt, also known as the drive belt, is a belt on a car engine that works with the idler, tensioner, and pulleys inside the accessory drive belt system.
The intake manifold gaskets are some of the most important gaskets found on an engine.
Some symptoms of a bad intake manifold gasket include engine misfires, decrease in performance, coolant leaks or the engine overheating.
The brake master cylinder is one of the most important components found on modern car braking systems.
Some symptoms of a failing brake master cylinder include abnormal brake pedal behavior, contaminated brake fluid and an illuminated check engine light or brake light.
The coolant temperature sensor, also known as the coolant temperature switch, is an engine management system sensor that is used to monitor the temperature of the engine’s coolant.
Signs of a bad or failing coolant temperature sensor include poor fuel economy, black smoke from engine, overheating of the engine or a check engine light.
If you think you may have a ad or failing canister purge solenoid, you're going to want to check this out.
The canister purge solenoid is an emissions control component that is commonly found on the evaporative emissions (EVAP) system of many modern vehicles.
There are a few things you should be looking for if you think you have a bad EGR valve. Engine performance issues, a rough idle and check engine light are a few to look for.
A bad idle control valve could cause a multitude of issues with your car. A few things you should look for include irregular idle speed, a check engine light and a stalling engine.
This article will take you through symptoms of a bad transmission speed sensor. Things to look out for include harsh shifting, inoperable cruise control and a check engine light.
CV axle shafts are wear items, and you'll need to replace them if you put enough miles on your car. Look out for grease around the wheel and brake area, clicking sounds and vibrations.
A guide for what you should know.