Reputation
1,801
Top tag
Next privilege 2,000 Rep.
Access moderator tools
Badges
2 10 33
Newest
 Nice Answer
Impact
~363k people reached

Mar
9
reviewed Reviewed 2010 Sebring maintains speed for about 5 seconds after depressing accelerator pedal
Mar
9
suggested approved edit on 2010 Sebring maintains speed for about 5 seconds after depressing accelerator pedal
Mar
9
reviewed Reviewed Motor will not crank
Mar
9
comment Motor will not crank
Do we not have a duplicate for a generic question like this? I’ve seen many, but did not know which one would the better to pick for a duplicate vote.
Mar
9
reviewed No Action Needed How to use BG Fuel Injection System Cleaner?
Mar
9
reviewed Reviewed My car stereo does not save radio station presets
Mar
9
suggested approved edit on My car stereo does not save radio station presets
Mar
9
reviewed Reviewed 2000 Ford Focus ZX3 stalls while idling
Mar
9
suggested approved edit on 2000 Ford Focus ZX3 stalls while idling
Mar
9
reviewed Reviewed How do I resolve error code P1135 in my Toyota Camry?
Mar
9
suggested approved edit on How do I resolve error code P1135 in my Toyota Camry?
Mar
9
reviewed Reviewed Failing alternator, idler pulley, or something else?
Mar
9
comment Failing alternator, idler pulley, or something else?
What was the reason for the downvote? Sure, the answer can be improved, but is it factually incorrect? If so, elaborate.
Mar
8
comment Toyota FJ Cruiser transmission problem
But was there a reason for them to go bad? Is it a common malfunction (bad design), or does it have to do with poor maintenance or special operating conditions? Again, what exactly do they do?
Mar
7
reviewed Reviewed Cold start squeaking noise in engine
Mar
7
reviewed Reviewed Toyota FJ Cruiser transmission problem
Mar
7
comment Toyota FJ Cruiser transmission problem
Can you provide more information about this so that someone else who gets in the same situation would have some detailed explanation?
Mar
6
comment difference between mechanical and hydraulic clutches
I don think this adds anything to discussion. It repeats same things that had been said in other answers or comments.
Mar
6
comment difference between mechanical and hydraulic clutches
@DustinDavis, from the physics standpoint, the liquid, for the purposes of this application, is considered as “incompressible”. Therefore, as soon as the pressure applied on one end of the pipe, liquid instantaneously transfers that force over to another end. It is like pushing a stick, except that stick is wet, and can follow elaborate route.
Mar
6
reviewed No Action Needed difference between mechanical and hydraulic clutches