I own a 2008 ES350 Lexus. For over two years the dealership has been telling me that the car needs CV boots and that it has lost oil around the bearings, and consequently the axles could break. I got a second opinion and was told that I will hear a noise at the wheels long before the axle breaks. Is this true? What should I do?
Some weird things about the 1986 Renault Sport is that it employs a manual choke to start it so it is noisy and needs to be warmed up a bit to avoid stalling. Models earlier than 1980 did not come with a scrap O2 sensor recycling so it can sell pretty bad inside the car. The gears are a bit strange too, seeming to follow some semi-circular path. There is no button on the wheel for the horn. It has a lever on the steering column instead and the windshield wiper is started by a rubber bulb right by the clutch pedal.
So why does virtually every new automobile sold have exhaust manifolds? Because they are cheap to produce, and easy to install. Real cheap. Real easy.
Third, hydrogen fuel cells can dramatically reduce your gas or diesel bills. You will still have to put gas or diesel fuel into your car, but your fuel will give you many more miles from each gallon. It’s almost like putting a powerful genie in your gas or diesel engine – the same engine will become much more powerful, efficiently burning more (and wasting less!) of the same fuel you are already buying.
The gas from an HHO fuel cell is aimed at the air intake. Aim the gas catalytic converter recycling before the air filter and the filter will help diffuse the gas. Keep your HHO saturation at or below 4%. This is not steam or water vapor, this is a combustible gas within itself. This is also a good time to mention that this is not a toy. You should have good schematics if attempting to build your own fuel cell. If your purchasing one you need to know the liter output. If you go over 4% saturation your asking for trouble. This can easily be avoided with a good set of plans. The benefits far outweigh the initial costs of a well built HHO cell. You will add miles per gallon increase horsepower and emit a cleaner exhaust.
How is it possible to be a willing participant in becoming a victim? Suppose you buy a car that gets 50 MPG and it does everything you want it to, plus the maintenance costs are low, tires are less expensive, brakes last longer and the car holds its resale value. Would you be likely to trade it in for a different car? Not unless there were circumstances that warrant the trade, major damage or you believe the car sales aid and non-truth that, “larger cars are safer.” Another sales pitch, that’s cloaked and worded in different ways, is you’ll have a higher status rating amongst your peers if you own a big car or oversized home. But, none of those things have any impact unless we want to believe them.
There are many odd smells that you could come across while you use your car. So you should always have your car examined to make certain everything is running fine.