The only difference between the LQ4 and LQ9 is the piston style, which makes the LQ9 a better performer than LQ4. Here is why.
This blog is full of useful information related to auto repair and automotive diagnostics.
“Auto Repair & Maintenance” is built for those that try to do-it-yourself.
Things you may find in this category are all related to vehicles engine, systems, maintenance, and problems your car may have like CAN bus, OBD1, OBD2, Transmission, BMS, TPMS, VIN, Freeze Frame, Check Engine Light, ABS light, Airbag light, EPB, SAS, OBD2 Apps, Protocols, OBD2 Codes, etc.
The articles focus on telling you what and how to fix things in your vehicles or how to use some kinds of tools you need for auto repair & maintenance. High oil pressure, low oil pressure, how does a car engine work, how to bleed brakes, how to change your car oil, how to rotate tires, etc. are some of the other topics you will find in this category.
The category is added with more and more content every week so that our readers can easily find the answer to almost all the questions they may have with their vehicles.
A car tune-up will increase your vehicle’s life span, reduce the number of repairs, and also decrease the amount of money used in maintenance.
Do you think it is time to perform CASE relearn, and why do you need it? Different situations can necessitate this process. You need to know why you should do CASE relearn and …