Engine Failure & White Smoke?

Answer Engine failure can be caused by a variety of conditions, including high mileage, neglect, age and mechanical malfunctions. One of the common symptoms of engine problems is white smoke coming from t... Read More »

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How do I turn off smoke alarms after a power failure?

ResetSwitch the power off to the smoke alarm at the circuit breaker. Remove the smoke detector from the ceiling or wall. Different smoke alarms attach to the mounting bracket differently, but typic... Read More »

Engine Coil Failure?

For an ignition system to activate an engine's spark plugs, a great deal of voltage is required. Engine ignition coils act as a transformer to provide the high voltage needed by a vehicle's ignitio... Read More »

Symptoms of Engine Bearing Failure?

Of all the things that can take your engine out, bearing failure is one of the most insidious. Car-oriented types tend to try to ignore bearing issues, compensating for them by using ever-thicker o... Read More »

How to Troubleshoot Engine Failure in My Toyota Truck?

Toyota trucks have a history of durability and it is not uncommon for engines to surpass 200,000 miles without any problems. When engine problems do occur in a Toyota truck, several troubleshooting... Read More »