The Honda Civic is one of the most popular compact car models in America. The Civic is known for its reliability, excellent performance, ample cargo room, and fuel-efficiency. The first Civic was introduced on July 11th, 1972 as a subcompact car. After some exterior and interior changes, additional space was added to the car moving it into the compact car segment in 2000 (most notably with the release of its seventh generation). The Civic is available in three different models: the hatchback, the sedan, and the coupe. Each model can be of various trims and specifications for ultimate customization.
Subaru Corporation (formerly known as Fuji Heavy Industries) is a Japanese headquartered automobile manufacturer. As Fuji Heavy Industries, the company’s focus was aircraft research and manufacturing. In 1953, Fuji Heavy Industries’ CEO, Kenji Kita, desired to get the company involved in car manufacturing and on July 15th the Subaru Corporation was born. Subaru is the Japanese name for the Pleiades “Sever Sisters” star cluster (one star is said to be invisible), thus Subaru’s six star logo.
The cylinder head along with a gasket reside on top of the engine and create a vacuum so that air and fuel can be compressed and the combustion process can commence. Cylinder heads are often lightweight and can become susceptible to damage; however, cracks or leaks in your car’s cylinder head can cause catastrophic damage to your car’s engine resulting in costly engine repairs or replacements. A cylinder head that is cracked can cause the engine to perform poorly, overheat, or fail all together.
The cylinder head is one of the most vital parts to your car’s mechanics; your gas-powered car could not work without it. The cylinder head and head gasket sit atop the engine block over the cylinders. The head covers and protects the engine components and creates the correct vacuum for the engine to work.