Car Care Tips

The Right Fluids for Your Vehicle

Your browser does not support video Sturgeon Bay car owners’ current vehicles have over a century of engineering behind them. They have evolved into complex and powerful machines. Developments in their engines, however, have coincided with advances in many other vehicle components, including the fluids. It’s vital for Sturgeon Bay car owners to always use the right type of fluid for...

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Getting the Right Tires And Wheels In Sturgeon Bay

Your browser does not support video A lot of people get custom wheels in Sturgeon Bay. When you do this yourself (over the internet . . .) you could run into trouble if you’re not careful. Sometimes, once they’re mounted, they just don’t fit right. The tires rub in turns or on bumps. You don’t want that. Consulting your Young Automotive tire professional can ensure you...

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Fuel System Cleaning at Young Automotive in Sturgeon Bay for Better Performance

A fuel injector is a valve that delivers fuel to a vehicle’s engine. It has to deliver the precise amount of fuel, to precisely the right place, precisely when the engine needs it. The fuel also has to be mixed with air before it can burn in the engine. Fuel injectors are engineered to spray fuel in a specific pattern into the engine. (The pattern varies by engine type and design.) In...

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Clean Fuel Equals Clean Performance For Sturgeon Bay Drivers

Hello, Sturgeon Bay drivers. Let’s talk fuel filters. Fuel filters clean the dirt, dust and debris out of your fuel. Both gasoline and diesel-powered engines have them. The fuel filter is located in the fuel line between the fuel tank and the engine. Sturgeon Bay auto owners don’t need to filter their fuel because it has lots of grit in it; they need to filter it because it has some...

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Fuel Injection Keeps Getting Better For Sturgeon Bay Motorists

Sturgeon Bay auto owners know that engines burn fuel to operate. Fuel is pumped from your fuel tank to your engine where it is squirted—or injected—into your engine’s cylinders. This is the function of the fuel injectors. There are two ways to inject fuel into an engine. Fuel needs air to burn, so in the first method, fuel is injected into a port and allowed to mix with air and...

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Clean Fuel

Your browser does not support video Fuel filters clean the dirt, dust and debris out of your fuel. Both gasoline and diesel-powered engines have them. The fuel filter is located in the fuel line between the fuel tank and the import brand engine. Sturgeon Bay car owners don’t need to filter their fuel because it has lots of grit in it; they need to filter it because it has some grit it in....

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