Monthly Archives: February 2017

What is SolarCity?

What is SolarCity?

Photo: Some rights reserved by iamme ubeyou SolarCity is an American provider of energy services, headquartered in San Mateo, California. Among its primary services, the company designs, finances, and installs solar power systems. The company had 9,051 employees as of December 2014. SolarCity has grown to meet the rapidly growing installation of solar photovoltaic systems in the United States. The overall U.S. market has grown from 440 megawatts (MW) of solar panels installed in 2009 to 6,200 MW installed in 2014. SolarCity is one of the founding members of The Alliance for Solar Choice, or TASC, which is a rooftop photovoltaic … Continue reading

Understand Your Car’s Thermostat Better

Understand Your Car’s Thermostat Better

The thermostat is an integral part of the car’s cooling system. It’s very important to understand how every piece works in order to understand the cooling system in general. From:EricTheCarGuy

What To Do With A Leaking Radiator

What To Do With A Leaking Radiator

All of us know that is best to avoid problems, that is why we created the VR-12 to avoid damages in the cooling system of your car. If you still do not use the VR-12 this information may be useful. Repair a new style Plastic Composite Automotive Radiator If you need a soldering iron, here is a great kit: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B014… From: sixtyfiveford

Clear The Air From Your Radiator

Clear The Air From Your Radiator

Kind of a request, I’ve described this procedure a few times in print but never made a video. As I said in the video if your having issues with a fluctuating idle, no heat, or an overheat problem you may want to start here. Also, if you have just serviced the cooling system in any way this is the procedure I recommend to fill it back up. The only regret I have with this one is the end where I didn’t shoot footage of closing up the radiator using the tool that I used in the video, I may … Continue reading

Austin Theriault, Ken Schrader Racing win at Daytona

Austin Theriault, Ken Schrader Racing win at Daytona

  DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Feb. 18, 2017) – Multi-car wrecks, red flags and six cautions could not keep ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards championship contender Austin Theriault from finding his way to victory lane at Daytona Int’l Speedway. Theriault, in Ken Schrader’s No. 52 Orlando Longwood Auto Auction Chevrolet, kept himself up front most of the way and, as a result, out of harm’s way to win the action-packed Lucas Oil Complete Engine Treatment 200 Driven by General Tire Saturday afternoon. Theriault, who led just four laps, drove around the outside of Terry Jones on lap 73, and … Continue reading

Diagnosing Problems With Your Car’s Cooling System

Diagnosing Problems With Your Car’s Cooling System

Photo: Some rights reserved by DiamondBack Truck Covers Keep an eye on the temperature gauge.The first sign that there is an issue with the cooling system in your vehicle will often come from the temperature gauge. If your vehicle has been running consistently warmer or has recently begun having issues with overheating, there is likely an issue with the cooling system. The temperature gauge in your vehicle should have an acceptable operating range. Even if your vehicle is not overheating but has been running at the higher end of the operating range, there may be an issue. If your vehicle is running … Continue reading

Mark Your Calendars for VR-12 At MOTORTEC Automechanika Madrid 2017.

Mark Your Calendars for VR-12 At MOTORTEC Automechanika Madrid 2017.

Photo: Some rights reserved by Aaron & Alli We are very excited to have the opportunity to wow all attendees at MOTORTEC AUTOMECHANIKA MADRID, 15-18 March 2017. Spain’s Leading International Trade Fair for Automotive Industry Targeting Trade Visitors from the Iberian Peninsula, Latin America and North Africa. If you want to find us go to Stand No. 5A01C,  Stand Area:16, Hall: Pabellón 5. Come to our booth to know the Freezetone products, the VR-12 and the new product line Cristal. FACT SHEET Denomination: Spain’s Leading International Trade Fair for Automotive Industry Targeting Trade Visitors from the Iberian Peninsula, Latin America and North Africa Organised … Continue reading

How to Replace a Thermostat

How to Replace a Thermostat

Photo: Some rights reserved by OliBac A thermostat is a tool that regulates heating and cooling, whether it be in your home or in your car. Replacing inefficient thermostats can help you save money on utility bills or, in your vehicle, keep you safe on the roads. Whatever your situation, replacing it yourself is a task that is surprisingly simple. See Step 1 of your preferred method below. Replacing a Thermostat in Your Car Make sure your car has cooled down.It won’t be a good day if you singe off your eyebrows and get third-degree burns on your hands, … Continue reading

Pressure Testing for Car Cooling Systems

Pressure Testing for Car Cooling Systems

Photo: Some rights reserved by skorzak.E.T. The best way to prevent faults and maintain the cooling system of your car is to use VR-12, however, here is a video of useful information about te Pressure Testing for Car Cooling Systems. This is another series of ‘The Basics’. If you run into an overheat issue on your vehicle, and you suspect a leak, this is the best way to find it. Putting pressure on the system will cause it to leak and reveal the leaks location in the process. Just a couple of things to remember. Make sure the coolant … Continue reading

How to Change Radiator Fluid

How to Change Radiator Fluid

Photo: Some rights reserved by Adaptalux Using the VR-12 you extend the life of your coolant, taking care of your car, polluting less, spending less money. However, if you do not use VR-12 is useful to know how to change the coolant of your car. Your car’s radiator has the important job of regulating the temperature of your engine. It does this by cycling coolant through coolant lines that run along the engine and back into the radiator to dissipate the heat. This coolant can deteriorate over time, resulting in a reduced ability to transfer and dissipate that heat. … Continue reading