The symptoms of DTC P0340 (Camshaft Position Sensor Circuit Malfunction) are Hard Starting, High Fuel Consumption, and Rough Operation. Presented here is a procedure aimed at solving this problem.
Stuck Brake and No Brake: Common Problems Encountered After Replacing Rubber Seals or Repair Kit on the Master Cylinder
Stuck brake and no brake are common brake failures encountered when replacing rubber seals or repair kit on a brake master cylinder. This shouldn't be a problem if we know how a master cylinder works.
Adjusting a Variable-Displacement Compressor or Converting It to Function as a Fixed-Displacement Compressor
Loss of cooling at high engine speeds? It is very likely that you have a variable-displacement compressor. Before deciding to replace the compressor, read this article.
How a variable displacement compressor automatically adjusts its capacity by adjusting its piston displacement, and how such adjustment is being controlled is discussed in more detail in this hub.
This is a detailed instruction on how to replace an in-tank fuel pump and its associated filter assy. The disassembly and the assembly of parts, the testing of the installation, and trouble-shooting are all discussed in...
There are many reasons a car airconditioning system can't provide sufficient cooling. One of them is the accumulation of plaque on the inner walls of the condenser tubes. How plaque affects the cooling of an aircon...
Many times car troubles can be solved after conducting a thorough visual inspection, and the solution is really not as difficult as we thought it to be. A turbocharged diesel engine that lacks power seemed a dificult...
How To Prevent Fuel Injectors on Direct Injection (CRDI) Engines From Getting Stuck in the Cylinder Head
Removing a stuck or seized fuel injector is not an easy job and requires a considerable amount of time to carry out. This translates into longer downtime and bigger loss for our business. Therefore, preventing the fuel...
Replacing the timing chains of a Hyundai Accent CRDi engine seems to be a very tedious job. There are so many bolts to be uncrewed before we can get access to the chains, and so many 'WARNINGS' that we have to be aware...