The Anatomy of Healthy Cars: A Service and Repair Blog

  • Some Questions You Might Have About Car Extractors and Exhaust Parts

    21 April 2016

    Your car's exhaust system is very important for the vehicle's overall performance; the exhaust system helps to control the amount of air that gets in and out of the engine, allowing for better combustion. The muffler also helps to keep the car quiet as the fumes and emissions exit out the tailpipe. Note a few questions you might have about keeping the exhaust system in good working order and about some of the parts that go into this system, including custom parts.

  • 4 Instances When You Will Need To Replace Your Car's Spark Plugs

    7 April 2016

    A spark plug is an electrical component of your car that sits inside your engine cylinder head. This spark plug is connected to the ignition coil that produces the high voltage necessary to spark the fuel for putting your car into motion. A spark plug is vital for your engine's motor, so you must ensure it is in good condition at all times. This guide is designed to help you with different instances where you will need to replace your spark plugs at a professional car service.

  • Follow these tips for cleaning your car's engine

    16 March 2016

    When you clean your car, you probably spend a lot of time cleaining the body of the vehicle, the windows, and the interior. However, you also need to clean underneath the hood, particularly with the engine. Here are some helpful tips for getting that car engine clean. Choose a Degreasing Product The first thing you need to do is decide what type of degreasing product you want to use. If you are sensitive to strong smells, you will be better of using one that is water-based.

  • Possible Causes Of Your Car Overheating

    10 July 2015

    The combustion engine in cars generates a lot of heat. The cooling system is designed to keep your car cool and running at optimum temperature. The water pump pushes coolant from the radiator throughout the engine and transmission systems and back to the radiator. The hot coolant is cooled while travelling through the radiator, before being rerouted back through the engine. So the heat created by the engine is dissipated via the radiator.