Reputation
8,702
Next tag badge:
62/100 score
24/20 answers
Badges
1 14 26
Newest
 Necromancer
Impact
~1.5m people reached

Oct
11
answered My car has the wrong coolant in it. Now what?
Oct
3
comment Which Honda cars are equipped with permanent AWD?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about something that could quickly become obsolete.
Sep
30
answered Sudden electrical problems in 2001 Buick Century
Sep
30
answered Cold start issues with EFI : have to start twice
Sep
25
answered More air pressure in tyre Vs Mileage
Sep
24
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
4
comment Why would a water pump be run off of the timing belt?
The "engine temperature" is actually the "coolant temperature" The coolant is no longer flowing with the pump no longer turning, so the hot coolant is contained in the block, and the coolant outside will be cooler (how much cooler depends on the exact location of the sensor, outside temperature, airflow, etc. It's often near the radiator's hot side entrance where it'll get significant cooling effect at speed.
Sep
4
answered Why would a water pump be run off of the timing belt?
Aug
24
revised Is it possible to have a vehicle with no VIN?
deleted 1 character in body
Aug
24
answered Is it possible to have a vehicle with no VIN?
Aug
15
answered Will a battery reset improve fuel consumption?
Aug
14
comment Should rotors with rust on the rims but not the faces be replaced along with the pads?
Not sure how most daily drivers would need brakes every 1-2 years. I autocrossed my daily driver for many years and still got 5 years out of my brakes. One would have to be driving like a maniac on public roads to burn out brakes in 1-2 years.
Aug
14
comment Should rotors with rust on the rims but not the faces be replaced along with the pads?
On my MR2 and Eclipse, so far I've had to replace rotors each time I've changed brake pads.
Jul
16
reviewed Reject Is it okay to run aviation fuel (100 low-lead) in a dirt bike?
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
20
answered Replacing oil sump plug washer after every oil change
Jun
19
awarded  Guru
Jun
16
comment Can turbochargers cause engine damage gathering dirt and other particles from the air
Non turbo cars also use outside air... Both have air filters.
Jun
10
comment Volkswagen Passat went out of control
I hydroplaned at 55 mph in the rain one particular day and I ended up in another lane before I got control back. There are a ton of variables, it's not possible to say exactly how fast you should be able to go nor how quickly you will get control back. Hence why one must try to stay well within what the limits are believed to be in the rain. Push the edges and you're likely to end up upside down in a ditch...
Jun
9
answered Volkswagen Passat went out of control