Bob McDonald, Author at Tire Review Magazine
Diesel Injection Components

For some time now, most of the development in diesel technology has been aimed toward making the engines environmentally friendly. But as diesel ­engines have become cleaner, the power levels have also increased. This is somewhat backward to what the country went through in the 1970s with gasoline engines. The problem back in the ’70s

Biomass or Bio Mess?

What does bio-fuel have to do with servicing two particular Ford vehicles – each with 7.3L IDI diesel engines that were used in Ford trucks up until 1994 when the Power Stroke was introduced? These trucks were virtually identical, with roughly the same amount of miles and symptoms. The problem plaguing the two trucks was that they both had just shut down and would not run.