I am partial to the Explorer tear-drops.
You want wheels or tires?
Basically means the sensor is reading atmospheric pressure or less at the upstream EGR test port.
Round ones. The square ones vibrate too much for street use. Hard to balance too. :jester:
Better yet, don't let your battery get corroded.
I really wish someone had embedded the picture. I clicked the link and got a Jeep Liberty.
Manual, oh about 90 to 2011.
I am not even convinced that it is real and you are saying you have seen them in person?
Pics or GTFO.
Cleaned up the engine bay.
See how clean it is.
I have heard of people successfully blocking the EGR valve. It will not gain you "HP/performance/MPG", and the fact that you think it might...
Hmm, what have we here...
Someone left this spiffy looking engine in my truck. Bat rastard also left a wonderful mess for me to wire up....
I'd say congrats, but I consider the purchase of property in California to be one of the worst uses of money available, what with the ridiculous...
3. Gotta be 3.
I would do disgusting things to 3.
Check fuel pressure.
Uh, what are we working on here?
I took a dead-blow to the face a week ago. Just got the stitches out today.
I really want to go try that, but I am not allowed to have hammers, especially clawed ones, for a while yet.
Try to find something with adjustable lumbar support.
That is what you really want for long drives.
Interesting. Physics is fun, isn't it.
Saw this tonight and was compelled to take a picture. When I got closer I noticed it was plastered with RF stickers.
So who owns this truck?
Separate names with a comma.