Giving it the Gas: Rethinking Fuel Pump Diagnostics and Sensors
In many cases, “always done it this way” consists of diagnosing a fuel pump by squirting some type of liquid or gaseous hydrocarbon into the air intake. Case in point, a 2011 Nissan Rogue had suddenly stalled on a busy summertime highway.
MAHLE Develops New Generation of Thermally Insulating Piston Coatings
The combination of reduced oil flow and a small compression height helps to minimize friction and fuel consumption.