A good estimate for the weight of an average L6 would probably be around 1500 Pounds or so for most vehicles on the road. Obviously, a heavy duty…

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Revving the engine won’t speed up the process. … Cold revving causes abrupt temperature changes that create stress between the engine’s tight-fitting components. Simply give it 60 seconds…

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Fortunately, fixing a shuddering transmission is often as simple as getting a transmission flush to replace the contaminated transmission fluid with clean, fresh fluid. Will changing transmission fluid…

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The Duke is a five-cylinder engine, with the cylinders arranged like the chambers in the cylinder of a revolver. … The five cylinder engine requires only three fuel…

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Fortunately, rock chips are simple to repair, and the work can even be done at your home or office. A technician will inject clear epoxy resin into the…

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You cannot increase the performance of your engine with a screw driver, some pipe, and a different air filter. Note: After market reusable oil coated filters, such as…

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1834 – Thomas Davenport of Vermont developed the first real electric motor (‘real’ meaning powerful enough to do a task) although Joseph Henry and Michael Faraday created early…

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To help prevent frost and ice from forming, leave a window cracked open to allow the water vapor to escape. To remove frost in the morning, direct dry,…

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In 1872, American George Brayton invented the first commercial liquid-fueled internal combustion engine. In 1876, Nicolaus Otto, working with Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach, patented the compressed charge,…

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Contrary to popular belief, high summertime temperatures pose a greater threat to battery longevity than wintertime lows. That’s because, while battery capacity is higher in the heat, high…

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