CRC Industries, Inc.

800 Enterprise Road, Suite 101
Horsham, PA 19044

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CRC 1-TANK Power Renew® Sets a New Standard in Complete Fuel System Cleaning

New technology from CRC delivers unparalleled results to restore lost power,performance and MPG potential after just one use.

Warminster, PA – CRC Industries, Inc., manufacturer of industry-leading brake parts cleaner CRC Brakleen®, has introduced CRC 1-TANK Power Renew®, a complete fuel system cleanup proven to restore lost engine performance, dramatically improve vehicle power and injector flow and increase fuel economy. The product is available in both gasoline and diesel formulations.

K&W Trans-X® Posi-Trac Limited Slip Gear Oil Additive

Quiet chattering differentials and improve overall gear oil performance with K&W Trans-X Posi Trac Limited Slip Gear Oil Additive from CRC Industries.  K&W Trans-X Posi Trac can be used in all domestic and foreign cars and trucks, and works with both petroleum and synthetic gear lubricants.  

K&W Trans-X® Automatic Transmission Slip-Stop and Leak Fix

You multi-task everyday ... so does your transmission fluid, working as a coolant and a lubricant. Old or low levels of fluid can lead to problems – improper shifting, visible leaks ... even a burning smell. So change fluid regularly and consider adding K&W Trans-X Slip-Stop and Leak Fix from CRC Industries. K&W Trans-X can solve automotive transmission leaks due to brittle seals and also prevent such leaks.

The Tools Your Shop Can't Do Without: Lubricants and Penetrants by Mark Salem

CRC DIY Tech Tips

By Mark Salem, Automotive Master Technician for CRC Industries
 

THE TOOLS YOUR SHOP CAN’T DO WITHOUT:

LUBRICANTS & PENETRANTS

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!

Step-By-Step Instructions for a Complete Brake Job

Step-By-Step Instructions for a Complete Brake Job Using CRC Brake Maintenance Products

Automotive Cooling System Maintenance Tips

Water turns to a vapor or boils at 212°F.  For every pound of pressure we put water under, it raises the boiling point 3 degrees.  15 lbs of pressure would raise the boiling point of water from 212°F to 265°F.  (These numbers are all altitude sensitive.)  So 15 lbs of pressure created by the radiator cap multiplied by 3.5 degrees will move water’s boiling point upwards 45+ degrees. So under pressure, your radiator liquid will boil at 245-265°F and not at 212°F.

How to Perform Your Own Brake Job

How to Perform Your Own Brake Job

By Mark Salem, ASE Master Tech and Owner/Operator Salem Auto Boys, Tempe, AZ

When you decide to perform your own brake job, just remember, this is one of the few car repairs that, if done wrong, can really cause serious injury or death of your kin and others.

So let’s talk about the important steps of a successful front disc brake repair.

How to Optimize Your Oil Change

Our cars are a substantial investment, and regular maintenance helps protect that investment.  A regular oil change is a relatively inexpensive form of preventive maintenance and helps avert premature engine wear and extend the life of your vehicle.  Recommended intervals for an oil change range from every 3,000 miles to 10,000 for newer vehicles.  Ultimately it should depend on the age of your vehicle and your personal driving habits.

Three Fixes for High Gas Prices

Gas prices got you down? Even economy cars can guzzle more than their share if their engines have been neglected. Beyond squandering fuel, poorly maintained engines are notorious for corrupting the environment.

“Much of the problem can be traced to the simplest kind of neglect,” explains Adam Selisker, VP of Technology at CRC industries. “The malfunctions generally can be prevented with scheduled or corrective maintenance.”

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