What does a liter stand for in car engines?

Answer Liters are used to measure engine displacement. For example, the engine size of a vehicle with a 4.3L V-6 is 4.3 liters. Previously, engine displacement in the U.S. was measured in cubic inches, ra... Read More »

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Are all Mazda 2.3 liter engines turbo?

Not all Mazda 2.3L four-cylinder engines have turbocharge. As of 2010, Mazda uses a non-turbo 2.3L engine only in the Mazda 5 minivan; however, the non-turbo 2.3L engine was in the Mazda 3 and Mazd... Read More »

Oil Change Procedures for Chevy 2.2 Liter Engines?

Chevrolet introduced its 2.2-liter engine in the 1982 Cavalier. Since then, this dependable and efficient motor has powered small pickup trucks and other economy sedan models. The 2.2-liter engine ... Read More »

What is the difference between marine engines&passenger car engines?

Some boat builders wonder why they cannot just use an automobile engine instead of a marine engine. The short answer is that, while the two are similar, the marine engine is built with much stronge... Read More »

What Is the Difference in Antifreeze for Deisel Engines&Gas Engines?

The basic difference between antifreeze in diesel engines and that used in gasoline engines is that diesel-formulated antifreeze contains a lower silicate content than gasoline-formulated antifreez... Read More »