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 As a car owner, it’s essential for you to know some car parts, their uses and how you will be able to perform quick troubleshooting as well. The cooling fan clutch is one of the most important parts of the car. As the engine run, it becomes hot and it should be cooled using the clutch fan engine to prevent overheating problems. Clutch cooling fan is important especially in regulating the engine of the car and its temperature. This fan will work at a preset temperature so if the engine hasn’t reached the preset temperature, the fan will stay off and will not work using the energy of the car. Drivers shouldn’t worry because it will not consume and add up to the huge power consumption of the car.

During the older times, the fan was attached to the engine of the car which requires energy consumption coming from the car. Now that modern technology is here and the demand for energy is more rampant, a fluid coupling was made intentionally to enable the fan to stay off as long as the temperature of the engine is cold and doesn’t require help coming from the fan. As the engine of the car heats up, the   fan works faster too. These days, couplings are also known as clutch fan. If you would like to check if the clutch fan of your car is functioning accordingly, here is some useful information that you can use:

  1. First thing that you can do is to raise the hood of the car and check if the fan clutch is fitted and doesn’t have oil and dirt. If there is a liquid that can be seen on the fan, there must be a leak and the fan should be changed.
  2. You need to turn the fan to see if it’s properly working, you can do that by checking if the fan is spinning freely or if it is resisting. The fan should only resist when the weather is cold and when the engine is cold. If you see that the fan is locked up you need to change it because it shouldn’t be locked up there. It should be easily moved.
  3.  You need to move the fan up and down, if you are not having a hard time, there is nothing to worry about the fan. If you see that the pump bearings are torn, it should be changed.

From time to time, you need to inspect some car parts to see if they are properly functioning or if they need to be changed.

 

 

 If you own a car, you need to become familiar with its parts so that when something bad happen, you can easily know where the problem is actually coming. Ignition is an essential part of the car because this part includes several parts such as the spark plugs, wires and ignition coil that plays vital role to the proper function of the car. Ignition is responsible with the distribution of every spark plug of fuel mixture to the cylinder of the car. If the ignition is not in its proper timing or functioning, problems will arise because the engine will lose its proper power. Some common ignition problems that you may encounter are as follows:

  1. Engine is missing the idle mode can be categorized as an ignition problem. This is when the engine is not actually failing but just missing out or doesn’t shoot up right away. It can be the spark plug or the cylinder of the car. If the engine starts to miss out during an idle mode, the ignition timing must be in its improper timing. It could also be the distributor that has been damaged. It can also be unnecessary or extreme movement inside the shaft that causes the ignition timing to work in an inaccurate manner.
  2. When the engine misses out within a speed just atop of the idle mode, it may be missing out or you need to check the engine timing. It may be the cause of the problem but if you see that it’s not, then you need to check the distributor. The distributor’s cap may be damaged and it might need to be replaced. You also need to check the rotor if it is also worn out because it may also be one of the culprit. The problem may depend on the car and its model so it may be complicated to check where the problem is coming from. If your car model is older, there must be the point system that may also cause problems, or it can also be the ignition coil.
  3. Check the exhaust tract if the engine causes the unburned fuel to explode inside the exhaust tract. This is commonly known as backfiring and sometimes, it can be because of the carburetor though at times, vacuum problems and leaks or valve lash may also be the culprit because of incorrect timing that has been set in the ignition. If you are sure that your car is suffering from backfiring, you need to check for the engine timing again and see if the distributor is bolted in a very secure manner to the engine of the car. Lose bolt can cause improper movement which may cause ignition timing problem.

You have to inspect it from time to time to know where the problem comes from.