Welcome to EnginesWork.Com, a website about cars and their maintenance. We started in 2016 as a blog mainly about car engines, describing their main characteristics, problems, and tuning opportunities.
We are a small team of like-minded people who decided to create a niche website. Each of us has vast practical experience in our field, which allows conveying to you the most valuable and useful information.
However, we are an informational portal that provides technical information based on personal experience and trust resources (owner’s manuals). In the case of any repair work, we recommend you use an official dealership or services provided by other certified specialists.
In 2020, we opened a section with spark plugs and tires.
Our goal is to create a complete database of specifications for engine oils, transmission oils, and spark plugs for all car models. Thus, we are the only unique database that answers this list of requests and needs.
About Owners and Editors
I’m Dan Hoffman, a co-founder at EnginesWork and the creator of the website. I own this website in a co-partnership with my fellow Andrew Price. From my personal experience, I know how difficult it is to find the correct information on your car. Sometimes this task is difficult even for experienced mechanics. Therefore, I had the idea to create a resource that would collect all the necessary information and be correct and accessible.
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Andrew has been our top-rated author since 2019. He’s an enormous car enthusiast and customization pro who knows how to get more performance from your car.
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Frank is an editor. Frank has extensive hands-on experience in engine repairs and replacement. Certified in brakes, steering, and suspension.
Frank maintains service operations by inspecting and maintaining, and repairing vehicles.
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Tina has vast experience as a Content Editor in the automotive niche. She is making positive contributions toward the growth of EnginesWork by proofreading the articles made by editors and making them more readable.
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Thomas is our expert in the field of motor oils and lubricants. He worked for more than 15 years at the dealer service station and has vast practical experience, so he gladly agreed to be the editor and co-author of our articles about motors and motor oils.
Eduardo Torres is the content editor at Engineswork.com. His tire expertise has been used for over 15 years in the automotive industry, and he enjoys fishing in his spare time. Eduardo loves what he does and strives to provide helpful information that will make your car last longer and perform better!
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EnginesWork is user-friendly, and the info here is free and accessible. Any user can leave a comment at the bottom of the page with their question, and someone from our team will answer it.
We grew up helping our parents and our grandparents work on their cars, this has hooked us forever with vehicles since then. What began as looking for tools has become a total obsession. We thoroughly enjoy any type of engine. Writing and sharing about cars provides us with the fuel we need for our automobile addiction.
We are a platform that tries to build a “house” to share our passion with other automobile fans. Our website allows you to interact without discrimination, without favoritism, and at no cost. We represent the passion of many communities, likely to share the same passion here with other people with the same tastes as you.
Given the technical complexity of motor vehicles today, there is a lot to learn about how cars work, and this site is designed for that. It’s a nice place to spend time, see tips and check out the new engines and car engine tuning. Unfortunately, our knowledge will never be enough, and that is why we are always learning new things to share with you.
What makes us different from other car enthusiasts is that we love to share and teach other members, as there will always be someone new who wants to upgrade their cars.
We all need something that keeps us in life, motivates us, or is worth our efforts. For us car enthusiasts, who dream of cars, an average day involves investigating everything about cars. Sharing stories and photos generates new ideas in our oil heads, giving us something new material to work on; in a nutshell, we will never be without inspiration.
Because of the internet, people like us can share their passion and socialize with people from different parts of the world, making us more open-minded and teaching us a lot about cultures very different from ours.
Of course, enthusiasm for cars does not appear in the air. The tools and tricks related to the craft were handed down from generation to generation, each adding its own perspective and its own taste, just as it happens with a favorite car that evolves with each year and with each model. We all carry the knowledge that influenced us to give the carts a special space within our hearts, and someday we hope to transmit the same to those who come after us. It is a great responsibility and one that we like to share as much as any family heirloom.
There will always be an endless and infinite amount of knowledge when it comes to the world of automobiles. How they work, and where they came from. That’s why we are dedicated to finding the most interesting facts about cars for others to read. No matter what car it is, what you own, or what you use, we believe that we are a fairly easy site to understand, so if it’s just out of curiosity or you’re just looking for some time to kill so we encourage you to take a ride on our site!
How We Make Money
We try our best to make data-rich articles that will solve your problems. This process takes time, and we appreciate all the support and love our readers give to us.
We think it’s critical to be transparent in order to gain and keep your trust. Therefore, we want you to know how we make money without getting bogged down with legal jargon.
Making money on your website is a process that takes time and effort.
There are a few different ways we make money on our website. The first way is through advertising. Advertising can be done in many ways, but displaying ads on our website is the most common. On Engineswork, we use Adsense and Ezoic.
Also, Engineswork.com (Engineswork) is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com. We will earn an amount of affiliate commission whenever you make a purchase using an affiliate link.
It’s important to note that the price of any product you buy using an affiliate link or a non-affiliate link is the same.
About Fluid Capacities
Engine Oil Capacity information is meant for informational purposes only. We provide specs from official owner’s manuals. We recommend that you consult with an authorized dealer or workshop to confirm your vehicle’s correct oil type and quantity. All the info
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