Video: Cooling an engine down is just as important as making power! So how is that achieved? Internal combustion engines are often cooled by circulating a liquid called engine coolant through the engine block, where it is heated, then through a radiator where it loses heat to the atmosphere, and then returned to the engine.
Video: Check out this amazing battery operated pump from FLO Components and Mcnaught! The modular design of these pumps allows the powerhead to be easily transferred from one pump stem to another, to reduce set-up costs and eliminate cross-contamination. FLO Components will be giving away a BOP20 at the upcoming Truck World 2020 show in… Continue reading FLO Components – BOP20 Battery Operated Pump by Macnaught
Video: Fuel Injectors feed your engine the precious fuel it needs to live! But how do they work? This video explains the intricate workings within your fuel injectors: port injection, direct injection and indirect injection. Enjoy!
Video: For any mechanic working in any environment detrimental to the lifespan of their phones, this product may be for you. This phone surely can take a beating, and still perform to the best of it’s capabilities. As seen in this video, you could throw one of these ‘rugged’ phone against a brick wall and… Continue reading How Much Abuse Can a RUGGED Smartphone Take?
Video: An abandoned 1957 Autocar Truck was found and resurrected! After 15 years, the truck finally turns over once again! A little bit of elbow grease goes a long way!
Video: This video will give you all of the information you may need about Cummins diesel engines. Who knew that these engines have been used for so long?
Video: Diesel mechanic, Stephen Cox reviews some of his tools and let’s us know the his top 3 purchased tools, and 3 of his tools that he regrets buying. Always good to have some advice before making any of these purchases yourself.
Video: This video covers everything you may want to know about Peterbilt Trucks! From it’s history to new technology on board and beyond.
Video: When you let off the clutch in a manual- you can feel your car slow down. It’s called engine braking! It gives you more control over your car, but how does it work? Is it friction? And how is that different from the loud rumple of a diesel Jake Brake? This video gets into… Continue reading How it Works – Engine Braking
Video: Diesel Mechanic, Stephen Cox is back with another informational video. In this video, Stephen goes through all of the features of the Autel 906 BT scanner, and tells you how to use it.