What happens after the bumper-to-bumper and powertrain warranties wear out? If you look at any factory-recommended service intervals, after 100,000 miles they cease to exist. What does it take to keep a vehicle going for 120,000, 180,000 or 250,000 miles? The key is maintenance and
Tenneco's Walker emissions control brand will help consumers save on emissions control products - including mufflers, welded assemblies and catalytic converters - this spring through its "Exhaust Extravaganza" spring promotion. The Walker "Exhaust Extravaganza" promotion is available from April 1 to May 31, 2014.
DynoMax Performance Exhaust has announced the launch of its new "Mobile Sound Lab" app, designed to help consumers shopping for a performance muffler to experience each muffler's unique sound.
Team DynoMax racers delivered some stellar performances during the recent opening of the 2014 ULTRA4 racing season at the King of the Hammers (KOH) race in Johnson Valley, Calif. Team DynoMax swept all three spots in the KOH title race, as Loren Healy claimed his second "King" title, followed by...
DynoMax Performance Exhaust has announced it will offer performance enthusiasts an easy way to save on their DynoMax cat-back exhaust purchase this spring through the new "Spring Promotion" offer. The "Spring Promotion" will reward up to a $100 Visa prepaid card for the purchase of a qualifying cat-back exhaust system.
The Expert Plus service dealer loyalty program from Tenneco - created to help automotive service businesses increase their share of the undercar service market - includes a complete marketing and promotional package for 2014.
Exhaust technology brand Flowmaster announced last week from the floor of the 2013 Performance Racing Industry (PRI) show that it has been named the Exclusive Performance Exhaust of NASCAR.
Standard Motor Products (SMP) has announced the addition of 412 new part numbers to its Intermotor line of genuine import parts. The Intermotor line expansion features more than 175 new switches, including multi-function, combination, heated seat, parking brake, trunk ajar, cruise control, fog lamp, power seat memory, power window and...
Extreme temperatures cause the oil circulating through the turbocharger oil feed line to burn. The coked oil buildup restricts oil flow, which leads to turbocharger failure. The oil line may appear fine externally.