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Apr
30
answered Risks of “excess and lack” of Engine oil
Apr
30
reviewed Reviewed Car shakes when in gear at red light
Apr
22
answered Tire rotation to fix low tire pressure?
Apr
21
reviewed Approve Does the brake pad need to fit perfectly into caliper?
Apr
21
reviewed Close Bmw 320 d 2011 n47t
Apr
21
reviewed Reviewed Why can I not set my Tempomat (cruise-control) to a speed below 30km/h?
Apr
21
reviewed Reviewed Odometer gained 65,000 miles after battery replacement
Apr
20
reviewed Reviewed Wheel stuck or fused to drum
Apr
17
reviewed No Action Needed Symmetric tyres with tread reversed in each side of the axle
Apr
16
reviewed Leave Closed Why hasn't anyone beat the 6:11:13 Nürburgring Record set in 1983?
Apr
16
reviewed Reviewed Reviving a vehicle that has been idle for a long time.
Apr
16
reviewed Leave Open Yamaha FZ 16 loses smoothness too soon
Apr
16
reviewed Reviewed Charging battery after a jump start
Apr
16
reviewed Reviewed VW Mk4 Golf/GTI airbag indicator warning light
Apr
16
reviewed No Action Needed Where is the clutch pedal located on a manual 1998 Ford Contour?
Apr
16
reviewed No Action Needed VW Mk4 Golf/GTI airbag indicator warning light
Apr
1
awarded  Yearling
Apr
1
comment Is it common for ECU's to maintain individual limit maps for each knock sensor?
The temperature profiles of each cylinder will be ever-so-slightly different too - the ones on the ends of each bank will have only one adjacent cylinder rather than two so will be a tiny bit cooler... They'd also be affected by differing coolant & lubricant paths and other items in the engine bay. I can't imagine it'd be a big enough difference to affect anything though - probably not even measurable with normal equipment!
Apr
1
reviewed Reviewed How do I correctly monitor the fuel(diesel) in the automobile?
Apr
1
reviewed Reviewed Stiff clutch on Toyota Corolla: can it be adjusted?