What Is An Air Filter And What Does It Do?
For your vehicle to run, it’s internal combustion engine requires a mixture of air, fuel, and a spark in exact quantities to help it fire up and generate power. Air is sucked into the engine and needs to pass through the air filter before it enters the engine. Before passing through the filter air is filled with engine damaging particles and contaminants including microscopic grains of sand, dirt, pollen and even leaves and feathers. Your air-filters job is to ensure none of those harmful nasties makes it into the engines combustion chamber as they can cause excess wear on your engine parts.
Nine Tips To Save Fuel
We’ve all been guilty of driving across town to the cheapest fuel station to save a few pence per litre. A deal’s a deal after all. However, there are ways you would be able to save cash on your cars fuel and enhance your vehicle’s fuel efficiency whilst sticking with your nearest garage. Here’s the secret;
Why Your Car Should Have A Regular Fuel System Flush
As required by the EPA, all petrol sold in the UK must contain a minimum level of deposit-control additive to prevent buildup of sediment in the engine and fuel system. However, just because a fuel meets EPA minimums doesn’t mean it prevents deposits from forming.
Running your car over a period of time whether short or long distance can cause a build up of carbon deposits within the engine making you lose performance and fuel efficiency, to improve performance and return your cars fuel efficiency we offer a complete fuel system flush here at PDL MOT & Repair this can be booked as a stand alone service or a part of your main service or MOT booking, Our Fuel Flushing service is to clean the complete fuel system right through to the fuel injectors.