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Using OBD to control add-on lights
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What you're trying to do is overly complicated and you would need an actual auto electrician to implement. Without knowing the technical details of your particular vehicle, you won't get a straight ...

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Whats this (plastic?) piece hanging on the bottom of my car?
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If those flaps weren't there, the airflow underneath the car would hit the rear tires and introduce a certain amount of drag. The manufacturers put those flap there as a wind break. If you took them ...

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Max RPM while going down a hill
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As long as you're not hitting redline or overheating, then the engine is fine, you're using engine braking technique which is recommended. You'll still use your brakes but far less. You don't want to ...

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Mitubishi Outlander 2018. Replacing SIM card
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The most likely location of the sim would be in the head unit itself. Looking at the back of the head unit, there doesn't appear to be a sim slot. They probably chose to hide it away so the end user ...

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Is this behavior normal in a long uphill road at 102 degrees Fahrenheit?
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Yes, this is normal behavior. You wrote 'When fans turn on, they have to bring the temp down and turn off and this cycle should go on and on...' That is not completely accurate. There is a set upper ...

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Part number is the same for different brands. Same manufacturer?
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You are correct, Brakebest and Wearever are 'house brands' who sell parts sourced from Cardone, who are the manufacturers. This is why the part number is identical. Not sure where you are viewing the ...

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Is this a wet liner (wet sleeve) engine?
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In an effort to reduce costs during production, Porsche utilized a type of insert-mold casting process to directly incorporate Lokasil cylinder liners into the case. While this is a neat way to reduce ...

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does like engine swap require reprogramming?
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Short answer is no, you will not need to reprogram the ECM. You can swap engine and sensors over but keep your original ECM, it will work no problem. Since the ECM would of been without power during ...

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Can anyone help me identify this pipe in my engine bay?
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The pipe itself has no oil lines in it, its there to carry the air which has been drawn in and compressed by the turbo compressor. That pipe is attached to the compressor outlet side of the turbo, the ...

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Diagnosing oil consumption on Nissan VQ35DE (350z / G35)
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The oil can't disappear without a trace, its either leaking somewhere or its leaking and being consumed. You say there is no evidence of leaks (no puddles on the floor) and you also say there isn't ...

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If a diesel truck has been run dry of coolant and has then been refilled and then overheats and now has a blown head gasket when was the damage done
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I would recommend a proper engine evaluation to ensure you're made aware of all possible damage however, most likely cause is warped head/s. Of course, the head/s could also be cracked in which case ...

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Torque specs for a plastic thermostat flange
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Should come with an o-ring, tighten to 10 ft-lb or 14nm.

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