How Do I Know When My Starter Is Going Bad on a Dodge Ram?

Answer During normal operation, the starter in your Dodge Ram uses its pinion gear to turn the flywheel to set the engine in motion. Once your truck's engine starts, the starter disengages its pinion unti... Read More »

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How to Know if Your Starter or Alternator Is Going Bad?

Your alternator keeps all the electrical processes in your car running. It does this by converting mechanical energy from the crankshaft into electrical energy stored in the car's battery. The radi... Read More »

How to Know If a Starter Is Going Bad in a 2001 Ford Ranger?

If you are experiencing hit-or-miss when it comes to starting your car, your starter may be wearing out. Eventually, it will break down and the gears from the solenoid will no longer engage properl... Read More »

Favourite starter when going to a restaurant?

Garlic mushrooms - mmm... breaded mushrooms in a garlic/mayonnaise type of dip. I have it every time. Or big flat mushrooms topped with stilton and parmesan cheese. (a bit of a mushroom theme going... Read More »

How to Know When a Tie Rod Is Going?

Tie rod ends connect the steering linkage to the steering knuckle. The knuckle holds the tire and wheel, and pivots back and forth to steer the car. The tie rod ends complete the connection and hav... Read More »