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3 Problems That Will Reduce Your Car’s Horsepower Production

Posted by on Nov 17, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Regardless of whether you use your car for track racing or commuting, you expect it to perform at a certain level. However, after years of use (and tens of thousands of miles), your car just doesn’t seem to be producing a sufficient amount of horsepower. Instead of continuing to settle for a sub-par driving experience, determine whether or not these three problems are preventing your car from operating efficiently and arrange for the necessary repairs: Insufficient Airflow Your car’s engine needs to receive a high volume of air to ignite the gas that’s sprayed through your fuel injectors. Without a sufficient volume of air, your engine will struggle to ignite fuel—which significantly reduces your vehicle’s horsepower production. The component that’s typically responsible for insufficient airflow is your air filter. Over time, your air filter’s pores become clogged with dust,...

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