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Fuel & Emissions

The fuel filter is an important part of any vehicle and one that drivers will likely have to replace every so often to avoid losing performance.

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Malfunctioning oxygen (O2) sensors are the most common cause behind a check engine light, but what exactly does the sensor do and how does it break down?

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The fuel gauge on your car's dashboard is meant to provide you with accurate information about how much gasoline is in your tank.

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Every engine that runs on gasoline has an intake manifold, which is designed to aid in the distribution of the fuel and air mixture to the combustion chambers.

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A gas-powered engine depends on a very precise mixture of fuel and air to achieve the ideal combustion conditions, which is why most vehicles are equipped with mass airflow sensors, or MAFs.

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