New O ring comes in the box if you go OEM. I did this job it was easy. Just dont tighten too much or you can crack the plastic cover. Use a torque wrench...
less cooling dragbetter economy. I understand some of the newer cars have automatic louvers to accomplish this. So in very cold weather I keep things cozier and maybe gain some FE. Cooling drag is often overlooked but not in airplanes the fast ones use the absolute minimum cowl openings to deal with the heat smaller is always better performance wise. The same principle applies to cars even a yaris.
Quote Originally Posted by Lil Abner As always Scott you rock Do you have any pics of the OEM seat covers finished with the heating pads under them Im curious if you can see the heating pads under the OEM fabric or not. I dont see foam on the backside of the OEM fabric so it makes me think you can see the marks where the heat pads are at. Heres a picture of the finished product. The pads are so thin
Quote Originally Posted by bronsin Sorry to be obtuse. I did not mean to be insensitive. Just what I meant escapes me just now. I guess I do not believe adding ATF to an engine will do anything at all. Yes I know all about the sludge issue. Never happened to any car I owned. Never saw one. Unless its the result of failure to change the oil on a regular basis I dont know what could cause it. Ive heard