Mopar Body: The Classifications?

Answer Mopars are vehicles that belong to a certain make of automobile. The classic mopar is either a Dodge, Plymouth or Chrysler. Classification of body types is based on the older models of these three ... Read More »

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How to Change a Fuel Tank Sending Unit in a Mopar E Body?

Chrysler designated each of its frame designs with a single letter. The letter “E” was used to designate the platform used by the 1970 to 1974 Dodge Challengers and Plymouth Barracudas. The fue... Read More »

EEC Classifications?

In 1967, the treaty that established the European Economic Community also included a Council Directive known as the EEC/67/548, which set regulations, laws and administrative procedures in relation... Read More »

SAE Oil Classifications?

The American Petroleum Institute (or API) rates motor oils to certify that they meet quality and performance standards. Many modern gas and diesel engines have specific oil requirements that are li... Read More »

Earthquake Classifications?

Every year, seismologists estimate there are more than 930,000 earthquakes across the globe. The majority of those earthquakes are so small that they cannot be felt but can be recorded with equipme... Read More »