What is spark plug fouling?

Spark plug

To prevent spark plug fouling you will need to regularly inspect and clean them. This will prevent carbon buildup and other issues that lead to fouling.

Symptoms of bad spark plugs.

Spark plugs

Difficulty starting the engine, rough idling or stalling, decreased fuel efficiency, engine misfires are some of the symptoms of bad spark plugs.

Bad ignition coil symptoms.

Ignition coils

Worn or faulty spark plugs can sometimes exhibit similarity to bad ignition coil symptoms. Inspect both components when facing engine issues.

Rack and pinion bad symptoms.

Rack and Pinion Power Steering.

There are several rack and pinion bad symptoms are caused by wear over time, lack of proper lubrication, contamination, significant accident.

Bad cv joint symptoms.

Vehicle undercarriage showing CV Joint and Wheels

Once bad cv joint symptoms start showing up, there is a possibility that its lifespan has depleted. This depends on factors like driving conditions.

The silent threat: Is your car axle broken?

Car axle broken front car axle and rear car axle

If you suspect to be having a car axle broken, it is strongly advised not to drive it until the issue has been addressed by a qualified mechanic.