The Battery management system in newer cars is a little misunderstood……… Most of the time you can get away with just swapping the battery and have no issues at all, but what happens when a simple battery install turns into a nightmare because the old Alternator isn’t working properly with the new battery you had […]Read More Do I need to register the battery in my car?
Troubleshooting Instructions for DTC P1739 or 26-1 3RD Clutch Pressure switch circuit • Low transmission fluid levels can contribute to failure • Low transmission fluid levels Can CAUSE DTC P1739 • Short in wiring can create this code • Bad sensor or sensor not activating correctly can cause this code • A bad ECM can […]Read More 2002 Acura MDX OBD2 Code P1739 or 26-1
Introduction This articles function is NOT TO DISSUADE YOU from modifying your vehicle in any way shape or form. This is because you have probably already made your mind up as to weather or not it makes sense to do so. It is merely highlighting some of the challenges and issues that go along with […]Read More 5 Reasons Not to Add a Turbo kit to your Daily Driver V1.1
OBD2 Code P01416- Cylinder 6 Reactivation Control Performance Generically is assumed to be related to the failure of the number 6 Cylinder MDS Solenoid on the Dodge 5.7 Hemi. But mechanical failure of a Lifter can also cause this code under conditions where Lifter fails to mechanically collapse when Solenoid attempts to deactivate or activate the […]Read More OBD2 Codes P01416, P0302, P0306 Dodge Hemi 5.7
Changing the water pump on a Dodge 4.7 is pretty easy under normal circumstances, Should take around 3 hours and 8 beers. Tools 3/8 ratchet, a few extensions, 10mm socket, 13mm Socket, 14mm socket, 15mm socket, 36mm wrench or pipe wrench, flat tip screwdriver, drain pan…. that’s a start Parts Water Pump- Part #:CP7163 Fan […]Read More How to change the Water Pump on a 2006 Dodge 1500 4.7 Liter
OBD2 Code P0010 is a common code in more modern engines, And is associated with the Variable Valve Timing / Variable Cam Timing ( Phaser’s ) on Bank 1 of the engine. The majority of the time it is a failed VVT/VCT Solenoid, Keep in mind that this code suggests an open circuit! Causes for […]Read More OBD2 Code P0010 Intake Camshaft Position Actuator Circuit / Open (Bank 1)