Battery: this invention has made the complete car electric system possible. From the old heavy and unreliable ones to today's modern batteries, it's something that a car can't go without. In the invention of the batteries lay the seeds of today's modern electric-cars. Spark plug: today it's an usual item in car mechanics. But think of the people that invented it!! Lighting the fuel-air mix with an electric spark, simply amassing. How great it is, proves the fact that the principle is unchanged ever since. Every invention on the car has it's purpose and, in mechanical terms,it's own beauty. Ranking of this kind doesn't neglect all of the other marvels on the car, on the contrary. The genius in these 5 inventions is that they stayed basically unchanged for all of these years giving the driver comfort, safety and reliability
Engine deposits caused by low-quality or contaminated gasoline create drivability problems, and the cure for that might be a fuel system cleaning, either by a repair shop or with a gas-tank additive. An illuminated check engine light signals when something is amiss in the emissions control system, but depending on what the issue is it could also affect fuel economy or engine performance, so don’t ignore it. A faulty oxygen sensor, for example, leaves the engine computer in the dark about how to set the air-fuel mixture, and that can result in poor fuel economy.
These can often be difficult to bolts to remove. You may need to use a ratchet with a long extension to provide the necessary angle to access and turn the bolts. Pull the motor and harness out as one assembly. Once you have the assembly removed, you can separate the two pieces and replace the one that is malfunctioning. Re-install the motorregulator assembly. Once you have replaced the malfunctioning part, whether it was the motor or the regulator, it is time to slide the assembly back into the door's interior and bolt it back into it's original position.
If your vehicle does not use an automatic tensioning device, then check belt tension as follows: With the engine turned off, grasp the belt at a convenient point about 8 to 10 inches from the alternator pulley. Move the belt slowly up and down. The belt should not move more than about 12 inch. If the belt seems to be excessively loose, then of course it will require tightening andor replacement.