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Apr 9
51

I really really hate the concept of a car that has features that are only disabled because you didn’t pay to have them switched on. I know that it’s getting increasingly common among every manufacturer because it’s cheaper to put all the components for a feature into every car than to spec them differently, it Read more

Mar 24
502

So it drew a dick, then got stuck in the mouth of the Suez and there aren’t enough seamen with enough thrust to push it out. And the longer it’s in there, the more screwed we are...

Mar 15
10

wait im supposed to feel something for the lady that ended up just wanting to kill a bunch of puppies? much like joker, i dont wanna know or learn or empathize with bad fictional people, especially ones as irredeemable as puppy killer and/or murder clown.

Mar 9
11

Yep. Another post in the do not read pile.

Feb 25
103

Taking a small step into reality (the USPS mail van has a 20.8 mile daily mail route at 13.8 mph*), the Ford Transit EV, Mercedes Sprinter EV, and the Rivian RPV soundly trounce any of the semi-finalists. And don’t forget the Arrival van, being tested by the U.K. post office and UPS:

Feb 18
138

Here’s the thing.  Big tires?  roof racks?  slight lift?  These are the things that are easily and cheaply solved in the aftermarket.  You know what these models NEED and can’t be provided by the aftermarket?  Transmissions that don’t pull power, overheat and die after 50,000 miles when used off-road.

Jan 26
2

O2 sensor replacement can be a very easy job or a very hard job. It varies highly with the location of the O2 sensor(s).

Jan 25
1

Wow this post has triggered people into flaunting thier manhood. The point is that you would not ask a 16 year old that has never unstuck a rusty bolt to start wrneching on cars with front brake replacement. you want some mechanical aptitude fist, that was my point. Go wave your units around someplace else.

Jan 25
1

Is that the very first thing you would have someone do to start wrenching for the very first time?

Jan 25
2

Came here to say this, been working on my cars for a long time but there was one time I made a huge mistake and that’s when I was doing something as routine as brake pads. Read more

Jan 25
5

So, start with the one thing that, if you do it wrong may be very dangerous and if you mess up you can’t drive it to a shop? There are better entry points to DIY and most are not on daily drivers.