using the wrong ecm they are very case sensitive .... i learned the hard way with my bronco ... bought a used one out of another bronco .... same motor different tranny ... the used ecm didnt see my overdrive... if you got yours used make sure everything about the donor car is the same as yours.... if you got it new you could probably punch the part # in online and verify its the correct one for your car ( but get the number off the ecm itself not the box )
It can decrease your mileage by 75%.
no such thing, they all have 6 cylinders
No, it will decrease gas mileage.
Roof racks themselves have a negligible effect on gas mileage.
Posi?ætraction does not improve gas mileage nor does it decrease gas mileage. The traction does not come into play in less the pavement is wet.
If the bcm stores the odometer mileage, you need to get one that has the correct mileage in it.
When performance and fuel mileage decrease.
If it doesn't open water /coolantwill not circulate and car overheats. If you drive without one mileage will decrease as engine won't be as efficient. Easy to replace I did one when I was 11 years old
The same mileage as which the first cam belt was replaced.
It has a chain
Timing chains on Hondas are replaced at engine rebuild time, and no sooner.
high mileage rates
It should be replaced when it begins making a noticeable noise.
I wouldn't recommend it if it hasn't leaked.
Spoilers decrease gas mileage. Spoilers are designed to create down force, which creates drag. The drag will increase gas usage.
Yes, it will decrease your fuel economy slightly.
That depends on what the failure is. It could.
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If it is dirty, or every 2 years.
It is the mileage that is actually on the car. If the odometer is replaced, the correct reading is written down. Add that to the reading of the replacment odometer and you have the actual mileage on the car.
Timing belts for most vehicles are supposed to be replaced at 60k. Some vehicles at 90k.
Yes. Your engine will get the best mileage at full operating temperature. If the thermostat is removed or not working properly causing the engine to become too hot or not hot enough it will affect the operating efficiency or your engine which will decrease your gas mileage.
It goes by mileage ....100,000 miles is recommended