Monthly Archives: July 2020
Firstly, we would like to say, we hope you are all well and safe! Every customer feels like a family member to us and we would like to share with you what we are doing moving forward through these uncertain times
We have received a lot of emails and instant messages asking if we are still open and if we are still delivering to your state,
Yes we are still open, we will continue to operate until advised not to, at this time we have been advised by all our courier
Changing ignition spark plug wires are fairly easy and usually requires no tools. Each spark plug wire is connected to a spark plug, and brings the electrical spark to the spark plug in order to ignite the fuel inside the engine's cylinders. A damaged ignition spark plug wire can make your car run rough and affect gas mileage.. here's our guide on how to replace them.
Step 1 of 8
Open the hood and locate the ignition spark plug wires. They can be black, blue, red or orange. Most are black. The number of spark plug wires most often corresponds to the number of cylinders your engine has.
Step 2 of 8
Open the box of new ignition spark plug wires. If
Cabin filters are designed and made to keep the air quality inside your vehicle as fresh as possible. Most vehicles on the road have at least one cabin filter installed, with luxury models such as the Lexus LS sedan offering five or more in order to maintain spring meadow-like levels of passenger compartment freshness.
The question many of us ask is, can we improve the quality and/or performance of these cabin filters by switching from paper to activated carbon? Is activated carbon worth it? Here’s our take:
Traditionally, cabin filters have been simple paper designs, similar to the filters called upon to protect your engine’s air intake from dust and other debris. The thin paper elements in these filters are electrostatically charged in order to