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While they’ve come a long way since its mass-market adoption in the 1950s, turbochargers remain one of the most sensitive components in an automobile. Heat, in particular, coupled with the highly pressurized conditions under which the average turbo operates, it can quickly damage sensitive components. When the engine overheats, for example, the turbo is likely…

Diesel fuel injectors require replacement after every 100,000 miles. However, issues such as clogs, dirt, leaks, and even corrosion can force you to visit a repair shop before completing the 100,000 miles. Besides, fuel systems can become faulty due to prolonged periods of sitting with fuel inside the tank.  Not every repair shop in town can…

Back in the day, pickups were only used for towing and hauling cargo. Any truck that could do that without any problems was the king. Today, the story is different. The modern buyer looks for so much more in a truck than just hauling and towing. Comfort, technology, and fuel efficiency are on the top…

General Motors surreptitiously had the word out at the start of 2018, and excited customers were sure that the 3L Duramax would roll out of assembly lines in 2019. The official release has not happened yet, though, partly because of the supplier problems that disrupted the production of this remarkable new engine. The other hurdle…

Finding the best brand of batteries on the market can be an uphill task with the myriad of choices available. It is best to purchase a battery that’s compatible with your truck, can start the engine in cold weather, and serve you for many years to come. If you’re looking for tried and tested batteries…

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We took two half-ton trucks with powerful engines out for a spin: the 2020 Ram that runs on 1500 EcoDiesel and the Ram 1500 Rebel with the Hemi V-8. We aimed to find out how they fare on the road. We set out to test the all-wheel drive and off-road half-tons with similar tires, bed…

As a truck fanatic, you might be thinking of replacing your turbocharger to ramp up performance and increase power. You could also want to prepare it for competitive use, improve drivability, and improve towing. Whatever your goals, the following tips by the experts at Taylor Diesel Group will aid you in the process. 1. Identify…

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Diesel engines use a fuel injector to deliver fuel to the cylinders. The injection process is different from gas engines, which uses a carburetor or a port injection system. While a carburetor mixes air and fuel before the former makes it to the cylinder, a port injection system mixes fuel before the intake stroke. Diesel…

04.5-06 DODGE 5.9L TURBOCHARGER

Turbochargers were introduced in the 1970s to counteract the looming disequilibrium in the oil supply market. Today, turbos are immensely popular with speedsters who want to increase the power of their car engines. Vehicle manufacturers like Audi, BMW, and Mercedes frequently incorporate turbochargers into the design to give their engines a power boost. How Does…

If you own a diesel truck, you will need the assistance of a full service repair shop.  When this happens you need to find a trusted service and repair facility that will give you quality, honesty, and timely repair and all at a fair price.   This is where the professionals with Taylor Diesel Group can help…

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