Electronics

CRC QD Electronic Cleaner

Debris, dust, flux, oil, grease and corrosion build up on electrical contacts and can lead to contact failure and malfunction.  The problems show up as electrical contacts sticking or welding, overheating of contacts, shorting, excess current or voltage, and overall poor performance.  QD Electronic Cleaner from CRC Industries is a precision cleaner for your sensitive electronic equipment and parts like circuits and computer components and it improves the electrical connections in your vehicle.  It’s plastic safe, dries quickly and leaves no residue.

CRC QD DiElectric Grease

Accumulations of dirt, grease and contaminants in your vehicle’s electrical system can eventually lead to contact failure and malfunction.  After cleaning contacts and connections with QD Electronic Cleaner, follow with technician grade Di-Electric Grease from CRC. 

CRC Di-Electric Grease seals, protects, lubricates, insulates and prevents water from getting into electrical connections and contacts, helping prevent corrosion, which can damage wiring and cause malfunctions. Corrosion on lamp connectors and wiring causes bulbs to burn hotter, shortening their life.

CRC MAF Sensor Cleaner

Most fuel-injected vehicles are equipped with a mass air flow sensor, or “MAF” sensor to measure the amount and density of air entering the engine.  This is information the computer uses to determine how much fuel to inject into the engine for combustion as air enters the cylinders. Ignition timing is also affected.  The MAF sensor wire gets dirty with accumulated debris, oil, air filter fibers, dust and pollen.  This can cause inaccurate readings and negatively affect the air to fuel ratio.

CRC Battery Cleaner & Protector

Battery Cleaner with Acid Indicator from CRC Industries, helps quickly identify acid leaks, and cleans and removes corrosion on car batteries.  Clean battery terminals improve the connection and maximize a vehicle’s electrical system performance.  You may or may not see visible corrosion as whitish or bluish deposits on the battery posts, and you can experiences rough starts, or the vehicle won’t start at all.

CRC DUSTER Moisture-Free Dust & Lint Remover

Use CRC DUSTER Moisture-Free Dust & Lint Remover (#05185) on computer components and keyboards, electronics, stereo equipment, for car detailing and hard-to reach areas that normal hand dusting cannot reach.

A Clean Mass Air Flow Sensor Tells No Lies

 (Article = By Mark Salem, Automotive Master Technician for CRC Industries

Every sensor on or in a computer-controlled car or truck talks to the “on-board PC” in a kind of language you’ve never heard or seen. All of the inputs are in a voltage-speak and are all numbers. All of these signals to and from the PC travel in and out at up to 300 times per second. That is some party line!

Automotive Electrical System Maintenance Tips

When to Choose (and How to Use) an Electrical Parts Cleaner, Electronics Cleaner and Di-Electric Grease

by Mark Salem, Automotive Master Technician for CRC Industries

Is Your Vehicle Safe for Memorial Day Travel?

With the Memorial Day Holiday weekend upon us and the summer vacation season fast approaching; there is no better time to “Be Car Care Aware” about your vehicle. According to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA), an average of 13,000 Americans are killed between Memorial Day weekend and Labor Day. A portion of these deaths can be directly attributed to unperformed vehicle maintenance as each year neglected maintenance leads to over 2,600 deaths, nearly 100,000 disabling injuries and more than $2 billion in lost wages, medical expenses and property damage.

Vehicle Neglect Takes the "Pun" Out of Thanksgiving

Don’t let soaring gas prices gobble up your hard earned money this Thanksgiving weekend; carve out some time to perform some simple fixins on your vehicle for better gas mileage, advises the Car Care Council. Or how about:

Ghouls and Goblins Make Halloween Driving Spooky

For motorists, the spooky part about Halloween is that little ghouls and goblins often dress in dark colors and in costumes that cover their eyes, and some get so excited they simply forget road safety rules. To help keep trick-or-treaters as safe as possible, the Car Care Council reminds motorists to drive slowly, especially through neighborhoods, to be extra careful when entering or exiting driveways or alleyways, and make sure the vehicle’s brakes and lights work properly.

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