Replacing the stop light switch was fairly easy, now, the brake pedal position sensor brought a new set of rules when replacing.
Automotive starter solenoids should never be used in a continuous duty application. This article will explain the difference between these two devices.
Remote mount solenoids can be a challenge to install when it comes to the terminal connections. The next challenge is understanding the capabilities of the units. This article will guide you to choose the correct solenoid and connect it within a circuit.
What is a fuel pump driver module and what you need to know when replacing this device.
This bulletin describes common blower motor resistor failures including inspection and testing to ensure proper operation.
Many automotive relays appear similar in size and terminal layout but that doesn't mean they are the same. This article will provide knowledge to understand when changing or choosing a relay.
WVE has designed throttle position sensors with improved circuit technology which will improve the sensors durability and life cycle. But, with technology our test methods need to update with this improvement. This article will provide the knowledge and skills needed.
Many trouble codes and electrical problems may lead to the replacement of an electrical connector. This article will guide you through the proper replacement procedure of those electrical connectors.
When replacing a brake light switch or brake pedal position sensor there may be certain rules you must follow to adjust correctly after installation. This article will discuss a Chrysler switch application that can be quite confusing.
Engine high performance enthusiasts are often searching for "shorty" spark plugs to solve a spark plug wire boot to exhaust header clearance issue. This article will provide information in understanding the availability of these spark plugs.