There is no doubt that you can DIY a great fuel cell, but if you don’t know what to do with your results you could be negating a lot of the gains you should be seeing. Hydrogen fuel cells will create HHO (hybrid hydrogen oxygen) from water, and they do increase miles per gallon, clean out your engine, add horsepower and reduce harmful emissions. Not too shabby for the price of water. Here’s how to take your hydrogen to the next step and up the MPG gains.
Your car’s battery will have two posts (a positive and a negative) to which cables are attached. Corrosion builds up over time. This corrosion can eventually prevent a charge from traveling from the posts to the connected cables.
6) Turbochargers. If you have lots of money and are serious about upgrading your car a turbo kit might be what you need. Turbos use the exhaust from your engine to spin a turbine, which forces air into your engine. This pressurizes the air and improves horsepower dramatically. These are not very likely to be something you would install yourself. They also may require other modifications to your car, so the cost is out of reach for most people.
An automatic transmission is rarely repaired these days because of the labor and time involved with the job. Instead catalytic converter recycling they’re replaced. Unfortunately, replacing the transmission is expensive.
One thing that dealers count on you not knowing is that, by law, you have a 72-hour cooling off period to take any major purchase back to where you got it and return it for no reason. So knowing this, I went back. As soon as I pulled into the lot, I was approached by another salesman. His first reaction to me was to ask me how I was. I replied with a simple, “Not good!” He asked what was the matter and I told him and gave him a list of everything that was wrong, including a cupholder being missing. I let him know that no matter how much I liked the van, I was had no reservations about giving it back, after all, I was within my legal limit.
Spokes persons for many power companies warned thieve and the general public of the danger of stealing power lines and cables from towers. Yes, stealing cables from towers. I can remember a new cast where thieves stole cables from a power pole and they were lucky they were not electrocuted. What does all this have to do with shopping around for a catalytic converter recyclers? I’m almost there.
Many of these parts will need replacement over the life of your car. There are a variety of aftermarket companies that manufacture some or all of these components as replacement parts.
Consider purchasing a motion activated light for your drive and possibly a surveillance camera if you have to park your vehicle on outside the home (and not in a garage). Motion activated lights switch on when motion is detected and can be enough to put criminals off. Getting an external power source fitted can be expensive – solar powered security lights that don’t need a power source to be fitted may offer a solution.