SF Engineman Videos
Following are some common diagnoses you can perform with an infrared gun and the expected results.
There’s not an engine oil leak more frustrating than one from a rear main seal.
The key to peak gas engine performance is making sure that the float is properly adjusted to provide an adequate supply of fuel.
Pulse width modulated circuits are as common as bolts on engines and many other machines.
Adjusting valves is a chore, but the results of your labor are well worth the trouble.
Completely recharge an AC system every few years.
This basic primer of small engine operation provides a quick-fix guide to problems.
Calculate the heat-rejection capacity as well as the physical size of a radiator before installing a replacement.
The heat trapped under a hood after an engine is turned attacks components, leading to shorter service life.