Photo 1/5 | Top Tech 2016 Chevrolet Colorado Towing Car
Photo 2/5 | Top Tech Transmission Parts On Bench | An older automatic transmission’s lockup issues are not always related to the actual hard parts inside the case or with the torque converter. For example, on Dodge 47RE four-speed units, the most common cause for a torque converter to erratically lock and unlock (between 50 and 55 mph) is electrical “noise” interference from the alternator. Installing a noise filter in the torque-converter circuit can cure the problem.
Photo 3/5 | Top Tech Ford 7 3l Injector Removal | Older 7.3L Ford Power Stroke engines with split-shot injectors can gain performance without single-shot squirters and custom tuning. Performing minor upgrades on the turbocharger and installing a new high-pressure oil pump, along with installing stock-style injectors with higher fuel flow, can help bring new life to the old oil-burners.
Photo 4/5 | Top Tech Def Iso Api Certification | As long as the DEF container displays the API certification and ISO 22241-1 labeling, it’s perfectly fine to use in any SCR-equipped diesel vehicle. If you plan on keeping an extra container of DEF around, make sure you buy the one with the most recent batch date, as the fluid does have a shelf life.
Photo 5/5 | Top Tech 2016 Chevrolet Colorado Diesel Towing | Increasing a 2.8L Duramax LWN’s horsepower is quickly becoming a popular topic, as Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon owners get the bug to take the 180hp I-4 engine to an even higher level of performance than it already delivers. A compound-turbocharger upgrade can boost output to more than 300 hp and 500 lb-ft of torque.