Is Your Vehicle Anorexic?Written by Dee Scrip
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The ensuing demise of your anorexic vehicle is assured if left untreated.
Is there hope? The answer is absolutely and unequivocally “YES”.
The question then becomes, do you want to take band-aid approach and address symptoms individually, or administer treatment that initiates cure?
Temporarily alleviating vehicle anorexia results in a smorgasbord of additional costs by replacing individual parts, such as engine, spark plugs, points, valves, oil, etc. Additives like dry gas, used to link water and fuel in your tank to help prevent fuel line freeze-up, can also temporarily patch a specific manifestation. The bottom line -- treating your vehicle’s anorexic symptoms individually is not most economical route to follow.
What about a cure? Is it possible to save your vehicle’s life, put zip back in its performance, eradicate old carbon deposits, stop new carbon deposits, and economize on fuel consumption?
Good news from Fuel Doctor!
You can stop and prevent further vehicular anorexia with one small pill -- one small pill that initiates an extreme engine makeover. Just pop a pill in your diesel or gasoline tank, and watch zip in your vehicle spring back to life.
As your engine feasts on this small pill, it will immediately start eliminating old carbon deposits, prevent formation of new carbon deposits, and drastically reduce environmentally toxic exhaust emissions. In return, your vehicle will dazzle you with extended life, improved fuel economy, and saved money.
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2005 Honda Insight: America's First Hybrid and Fuel Efficient Vehicle with Top quality Honda Parts from Parts TrainWritten by Jenny McLane
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The 2005 2006 Honda Insight runs a 1.0-liter, I3, 67-horsepower, hybrid engine whose mileage specs are 61-mpg in city and 68-mpg on highway. Putting power to wheels, Honda links a 5-speed manual transmission with overdrive as standard equipment. The Hatchback with A/C and CVT is equipped with a standard 1.0-liter, I3, 65-horsepower, hybrid engine whose fuel-efficient configuration achieves 57-mpg in city and 56-mpg on highway. A variable speed automatic transmission with overdrive is standard.
Standard features include alloy Wheels, AM/FM Radio, Anti-Lock Brakes, Anti-Theft Vehicle, Cassette, Driver Air Bag, Keyless Entry/Unlock, Passenger Air Bag, Rear Defogger, Power Locks, Power Mirrors, Power Steering, Power Windows, Tachometer.
The Honda Insight has safety-cage construction with front and rear crumple zones, side-impact protection, dual airbags and antilock brakes.
You can now shop for discount car parts and accessories from Parts Train's online performance or OEM Replacement auto parts catalog at http://www.partstrain.com/ShopByVehicle/HONDA. In stock are thousands of Honda parts for all enthusiasts. Find OEM Honda auto parts, new aftermarket parts, Honda performance parts, and more. From engine and radiator parts to filters, wipers, auto body parts and trim and a whole lot more, you will find everything to repair and maintain your Honda.
Jenny McLane is a 36 year old native of Iowa and has a knack for research on cars and anything and everything about it. She works full time as a Market Analyst for one of the leading car parts suppliers in the country today.