How to Test a Drysuit for Leaks?

Answer A dry suit isn't really dry if it leaks. Dry suits provide a water-tight seal to divers, rafters, sea kayakers or others involved with water based activities. Testing a dry suit for leaks is possib... Read More »

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How to Test for Exhaust Leaks?

A vehicle's exhaust system has a two-fold purpose -- it quiets engine noise while pushing toxic fumes away from the car's interior. Leaks in the exhaust system could allow the gases to waft into th... Read More »

How to Test a Car for Fuel Leaks?

Loose or leaking fuel injector hose clamps or loose or leaking clamps on the fuel lines can cause an odor of gasoline in your vehicle. Worse yet, you could have a rusting fuel tank bottom or even a... Read More »

How to Test for Intake Manifold Leaks?

Your intake manifold (located between the tappet covers) plays a crucial part in your vehicle running correctly. A vehicle requires both air and fuel to run smoothly and the intake manifold is the ... Read More »

How to Test Trailer Air Brakes for Leaks?

Air brake systems for tractor-trailer combinations have parts to control the trailer brakes. If the system leaks at any point, the brakes could fail. As part of your pre-trip inspection, check that... Read More »