Ever get musky odors coming from your car's air vents? It's fairly common for Parker drivers. Moisture can accumulate in the air conditioning/heating ventilation system allowing mold, mildew, fungus and bacteria to grow.
Most Parker residents associate turbochargers and superchargers with hot rods and racing. However, the number of everyday cars and trucks coming to Aurora from the factory with chargers is growing every year. Here's why.
As your engine runs, the intake valves need to open up to allow air into the engine. They remain closed while the air and fuel is compressed and ignited, powering the piston. Then the exhaust valves open to release the exhaust. This all has to be timed very precisely. It is the job of the timing belt or timing chain to make sure all of this is synced up properly.