Category: Cylinder Head Tips

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A cylinder head misfire can be a concerning occurrence for any vehicle owner, but it’s actually fairly common as vehicles and engines start to age. If you’ve been wondering what happens if a cylinder is misfiring, we’re here to share the symptoms of this issue and what it should feel like if your vehicle has this problem. We hope this will help you keep your vehicle in top condition going forward and take swift action to avoid further damage to your engine should a cylinder head misfire occur.

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From its debut in 1999 and throughout the 2000s, the Chevy Trailblazer was one of Chevrolet’s most popular vehicles. The nameplate was used in North America between 2001 and 2008 before being replaced by the Traverse in 2009. Today, we will take a trip back in time to discover more about this vehicle, its sales history, and common issues that drivers experienced. We’ll also look at extending the vehicle’s life by replacing the cylinder heads and why and when you might choose to do this.

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Ford’s 7.3 Power Stroke turbodiesel engine was a ground-breaking addition to their line-up of engines and worked to change the diesel truck industry. The technology in this engine was way ahead of its time, offering between 210 and 275 HP depending on the model year. Keep reading as we discover everything you need to know about the 7.3 Power Stroke heads and what vehicles use this engine.