Most modern vehicles use some form of fuel injection, as opposed to earlier cars that employed a carburetor to mix gasoline and air on it’s way into the engine. Normally most car owners never see more than the exterior of the fuel injectors under the hood. Here’s your chance to catch a glimpse of what’s going on inside each of those fuel injectors that sit atop the engine.
About This Video The above video the operation of the automotive fuel injector. It goes into how to test the fuel injector, theory of operation and other aspects of reading the injector waveform on the automotive scope. Finally, coverage is also given as to the specific current flow characteristics for automotive fuel injectors. Schools may use this automotive technology video as an in-class companion.
In a feature column in the Wall Street Journal racing pioneer Denise McCluggage relates, “Of all the automobiles I’ve owned over my lifetime, I never imagined that for 20 years I would live with a car like the Suzuki Sidekick, or that I would love it so much.” Throughout the years McCluggage has owned an Alfa Romeo, a Porsche, a Jaguar, an MG, and a Ferrari.
Scorching sun, dust and wind can get the best of your car’s paint job, but it doesn’t have to. Many people don’t know how to keep the paint on their cars looking good; so we’re here to give you tips for maintaining your car’s exterior finish under the extreme elements found here in Arizona. When your vehicle is exposed to the harsh rays of the desert sun on a regular basis, harmful effects like premature fading become a serious threat to the appearance of your car’s exterior finish.