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updated title to catch more search hits.
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comment Is it necessary to bleed brakes if the system is never opened?
This may warrant a separate question, but for passenger vehicles, will the latest DOT suffice, or should I look up the specific DOT for my vehicle?
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comment Most important preventive maintenance for high-mileage car?
+1 for distributor caps :)
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comment Capacitors for cars
@KeeganMcCarthy I'm just presenting both sides of the debate, I don't necessarily agree with that side. It's an extreme view anyway. You're right, it doesn't use energy, it only stores it. However, the theory is that if the alternator can't supply enough current, the cap will dissipate more and more, and have to be recharged, which will tax the alternator. But, you needn't worry about that for our system :-)
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answered Capacitors for cars
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comment Why are drive by wire systems so unresponsive?
@R.. Yeah dead tree versions are likely a thing of the past, collector's items @ best, but they have online subscriptions now as well.