Running the engine is what blends everything. Almost like a giant blender.
I make short trips with the rare weekend trips 4hrs/250 mile one way, all interstate without driving in between there and back. Thats 500 miles of all 75mph interstate with one cooldown. So oil temps atleast 200...
If this were the case it would evaporate out just sitting there and it wont.
Yes the fuel and oil mixture is more volatile. But no, it wont burn off and out. And anything that does burn off (because of the lower flash point) leaves behind a less than desirable contaminates.
It isn't the...
Hate to even say it but.....
You sure you are hittin the button correctly? It slides on flat rails for forward and back, not sure how it goes up and down.
Pushing the switch down feels like it goes down AND back due to the mechanism desgin. Pull whole button back and it will go...
That sucks man. I blame the rona.
Ive never had any luck with expedited shipping, I always do the free or cheapest option now. Because expedited shipping only matters after its in the shippers hands. Handling time + your 2 day in your case. Im sure you already knew that tho.
Fuel wont burn off/out of diluted oil once it is fully blended. Water or moisture will boil off because it doesn't blend.
This can be noticed mainly in the reduction in flash point of the oil.
That one test someone posted where flash point was 285 with only 4.5% dilution has me worried...
Looks good, should help.
Some Std keyboard warrior nitpicks here:
Or something similar is what I use.
If possible, Its best to center the weight over the rear axle or slightly forward. For better weight distribution other...
Jayco used to be the best a while back. Now they are kind of "value brand" imo. There are better options now days. Not a camper expert but Ive been around em quite a bit, just kind of what I noticed.
Some one brought up high bed sides and high box floor in the ranger, I didn't even think of...
Was just doin a build on a 2021 f150 for fun. It really made the new ranger feel outdated.
Maybe that was just me. Good thing the ranger has all the features I would need and isnt over 50 grand.
But that 7.2 kw power pack and the 36 gal fuel tank on the f150 though. OOOo hubba hubba. 🥴 dios mio
I see it all the time. The instant fingers are off the key, they are pullin it into drive. I swear they use their left hand to start it. :p
I rode with my friend one time and she did this in her ptcruiser when it was -15f outside. It wouldnt even shift into gear and she was like "why wont it...
Driveshaft. Gotta be. Either bad joint or centerbearing. Or front driveshaft because there is not a disconnect on these trucks (i.e. its always turning).
My thought process:
No changes with rpm or gear selection means drivetrain. Next guess is brakes but harmonic/speed is off and you said no...
Not remote starting it and instantly driving off with it ice cold is harder on it then remote starting it before you get in.
If you normally start it by hand then wait a few moments before taking off then you are better off remote starting it IMO.