P1035 Code Ford, Chevy, Toyota, Jeep

P1035 Code Ford, Chevy, Toyota, Jeep

Multi-Air is an advanced electronically controlled variable intake valve phase and lift system which provides a distinct advantage over conventional systems. The Multi-Air system allows for each cylinder’s intake valves to be independently adjusted in terms of timing, duration, and lift. This results in improved engine performance, increased fuel efficiency, and reduced emissions. At the … Read more

Ford Expedition Years To Avoid

Ford Expedition Years To Avoid

The Ford Expedition is a popular automobile with dozens of various model years released over the years, each having its own distinct characteristics. While some model years have been more successful than others, such as the 2019 and 2020 editions, there are other versions that have not fared so well; namely, the 2006 and 2003 … Read more

2001 Ford Mustang Drive Cycle

2001 Ford Mustang Drive Cycle

When you buy a new car, it’s important to follow the proper break-in procedure, or drive cycle, to ensure optimal performance and fuel economy. The 2001 Ford Mustang has a recommended drive cycle that’s designed to do just that. If you’re not familiar with what a drive cycle is, or you want to learn more … Read more

7.3 Powerstroke Years To Avoid

7.3 Powerstroke Years To Avoid

The 7.3L Powerstroke Diesel engine was a tremendous success for Ford. Notably, after the modification in 1999, it has become one of their most popular engines and continues to be successful due to its powerful performance and reliability. The quality of the engine is highly regarded among owners, leading to a high level of customer … Read more

Code P219A – Bank 1 Air/Fuel Ratio Imbalance

Code P219A - Bank 1 Air-Fuel Ratio Imbalance

This generic diagnostic trouble code (DTC) applies to many OBD-II vehicles manufactured from 1996 onwards, and includes a variety of makes such as Toyota, Dodge, Ford, Chevy, Honda and Jeep. While the diagnosis is generic in nature, exact repair steps may vary depending on the year, make and model of the vehicle. Furthermore, powertrain should … Read more

Full Accessory Power Active

Full Accessory Power Active

As a driver, I’m sure you’ve noticed the mysterious acronyms on your car’s dashboard and wondered what they mean. One of the more confusing ones is “FAP” or “Full Accessory Power“. To help make sense of this acronym, I’ll explain that Full Accessory Power allows your car to remain running after turning off the ignition. … Read more