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Reasons For Your Infiniti's Noisy Steering Rack

Reasons For Your Infiniti's Noisy Steering Rack

Reasons For Your Infiniti's Noisy Steering Rack When your car develops problems, you’ll likely find it tells you by making unexpected noises. One such part of your Infiniti which can let you know audibly of a problem is the steering rack. Let’s take a close look at this component and some of the reasons why it can start making noises. How the Steering Rack Works The steering rack, also known as the rack and pinion steering system, is what interprets the left or right turn of the steering wheel into the left or right turn of the vehicle. When you turn the wheel, the steering column pinion gear turns too. This component connects with the gears found in the steering rack and will turn in a direction that will allow the steering rack to either turn left or right. In modern cars with power steering, pressurized fl ... read more

Tips to Diagnose an Audi's Failing Oxygen Sensor

Tips to Diagnose an Audi's Failing Oxygen Sensor

Tips to Diagnose an Audi's Failing Oxygen Sensor One of the most important parts of your Audi is the oxygen sensor, or O2 sensor. This integral component is actually often overlooked by drivers. Without a working O2 sensor, your Audi’s entire engine system will be out of sync, meaning you will notice a drop in performance along with increased fuel consumption. Let’s take a closer look at how to avoid these worrying symptoms and how to diagnose a failing oxygen sensor in your Audi quickly. The Purpose of the Oxygen Sensor Your Audi's main onboard computer the engine control unit (ECU) needs to know the composition of the exhaust gases to work out if the fuel levels, fuel timing, and fuel delivery is accurate. To do this, it relies upon t ... read more

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