by Stan Maloof, photos by the author Looking for a way to DIY a reasonably priced upgrade to my Chevy Silverado, I decided to purchase an air intake system on autopartswarehouse.com. On a recommendation from a friend, I purchased the Volant Closed Air Intake System. I didn’t know anything about the Volant brand prior to purchase, so I wasn’t sure what to expect when it … [Read more...] about Volant Closed Box Air Intake System P/N 155536 Install – 2016 Silverado LT 5.3V8
by Rob Mullner, Chief Enthusiast AutoPartsWarehouse Trucks are the popular vehicles measured in US unit sales because of their abilities to tow, haul and transport your favorite recreational equipment cross town or cross county. With the right suspension, your truck can do even more while continuing to offer comfort, safety and utility. As an example of the … [Read more...] about Bilstein B8 Suspension Upgrade, 2017 Ford F-150 FX4
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Since 1995, Auto Parts Warehouse has dominated the automotive aftermarket retail landscape by providing car owners with over 2,000,000 top-grade vehicle parts guaranteed to propel auto performance off the gauges. Fast forward to today, APW has kept its core competencies intact while focusing on growing its already broad parts selection, ensuring product quality, and … [Read more...] about Auto Parts Warehouse: Auto Parts Made Easy
Can I drive with a bad knock sensor? Technically, yes, but the real question is, should you? Located on the cylinder head, intake manifold, or engine block, the knock sensor functions as an ear to your car’s computer, picking up unusual vibrations caused by engine detonation. Upon detecting these small internal tremors, the knock sensor sends a voltage signal to the … [Read more...] about Can I Drive with a Bad Knock Sensor?