How to Fix a Defective Fuel Gauge?

Answer Your fuel gauge, as you might expect, lets you know how much fuel is in your gas tank. A defective fuel gauge can be a symptom of several problems such as a blown fuse, a broken circuit in the das... Read More »

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Signs of a Defective Diaphragm in a Fuel Pump?

Mechanical fuel pumps often employ a diaphragm inside them to foster pressure build-up in sending fuel to the carburetor, which then allows fuel to flow into the engine block.These parts are seldom... Read More »

Is the smoke fuel for G gauge model trains the same for HO gauge model trains?

Commercial "smoke" products are liquid oils which heat up on a smoke unit to produce a fog meant to simulate steam on old steam-powered locomotives. Unless your manufacturer specifically says to u... Read More »

How to Read an Air Fuel Gauge?

When an engine is running there is a ratio of air (or O2) to the fuel that's being burned. In order to reach an ideal power output, an engine has to have the right blend of oxygen and fuel vapor to... Read More »

How to Troubleshoot a Fuel Gauge?

You fill up your gas tank, you turn on the ignition, but the fuel gauge needle doesn't move. This sure sign of a problem can have numerous causes. Troubleshoot your car's fuel gauge before seeking ... Read More »