I have to export your AC Delco Car Wash Shampoo to Japan. Do you have an export classification (tariff) number available. The msds doesn’t list anything under #14 regarding IATA regulations, do you know if its regulated for shipping by air? Thank yo
Different people will tell you one brand is better than another. All oil is the same to a certain point. After that, manufacturer’s try to make them better. They put their own blend of additives in to withstand heat better, clean, etc. So, pick the one you like.
As far as viscosity, stick with manufacturers recommended viscosity. The tolerances in engine bearings are a lot smaller than they used to be and a thicker oil could cause damage. Plus, it will void your warranty If it’s a new vehicle.
There are a lot of variables at play here. What is the quality of the pads and rotors that you used. Did you even change the pads? What are your stopping habits? Is the truck empty or loaded? All this comes into play. Sometimes all at once. But probably the biggest thing is breaking habits. A ton of folks like to wait till the last possible second to apply their brakes and try to stop in ten feet. What they should be doing is gradually slowing by gently applying the brake. Give yourself a lot of room to stop. Your brakes and your wallet will thank you.
Sounds more like a fuel problem than an electrical.
The blower motor is most likely bad. Could be the switch, but not likely.
As far as the windows, you need to look at the regulator first. Make sure It’s in good shape, then go to the motor.
Your HVAC has gone into “default” mode, which sends all output to the
defroster if the switching controls fail for any reason. This is done to
make sure the car is safe to drive, you can see out the windshield.
First check for a vacuum leak to the HVAC controls or vacuum motors.
Chino Autotech Inc.
Yes you can and I would suggest doing so.
Incorrect spindle nut torque could cause repeated failures of a front hub assembly. This could be a result of under/overtightening of the spindle nut, damage or excessive wear on the CV joint spindle threads, or damage/wear/loss of torque from reusing the original spindle nut instead of replacing it with a new one.
JS Auto Supply
There is no such thing as “Lifetime Rotors” the manufacturer does not warranty them against wear or warping as that is normal wear. They only cover manufacturing defects. So turning does not void warranty.
It’s very likely that bushings are worn out and hardware has loosened on the
shifter of a 21-year-old vehicle. Even Toyotas need some maintenance and
restoration now and again! Take it apart and examine everything that moves
in the shift console. The good news is that Toyota continues supplying parts
that would be obsolete for most makes of car.
Chino Autotech Inc.