Mass Air Flow Sensor

Let’s face it, there’s a lot of sensors on your vehicle. The mass airflow or MAF sensor – measures the amount of air entering the engine so it can receive the precise amount of air & fuel to perform properly. We recommend getting your mass airflow sensor cleaned every time you replace your air filter. However,…

O2 Sensor

An oxygen or (O2) sensor is an electronic device in your exhaust system that measures the Air to Fuel ratio in your engine. By sensing the amount of oxygen in the exhaust, it helps the engine adjust the amount of fuel that it consumes. To maintain a proper air to fuel mixture in your engine, it…

EGR Valve

The Exhaust Gas Recirculation or EGR Valve, is vital to your car’s emission controls.  By recirculating a small portion of exhaust back into the engine, it helps to keep huge amounts of unburned fuel from being released into the atmosphere. To maintain your car’s efficiency, it is important that the EGR valve is working properly.  If…

Camshaft

A camshaft is a shaft in your engine with one or more egg-shaped cams attached to it. As the camshaft spins, these cams or lobes, open and close the intake & exhaust valves, in time with the motion of the piston. This is a critical job, and can have a great impact on an engine’s…

Air Filter

The air filter is an important part of the vehicle’s intake system. It allows the engine to breathe without the threat of contamination. An engine needs a precise mixture of fuel and air in order to run efficiently. Air enters the system through the air filter, which catches the dirt and other foreign particles, preventing…