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congrats, i hope thats it!
up to six months is okay, i only put in three gallons at a time, unless i'm going on a long trip.
same here, but its just what i've picked up on. nothing official
it's all supply and demand. we don't know how high rebates and discounts will go, because they have been in short supply compared to previous years.
prices are available at build my 'mustang mach e .com'
price won't bring any tesla buyers
so far, we have not seen any failed pip batteries after 8 years and a few hundred thousand miles. thats all we have to go by.
when the pip battery...
there's a link to installation instructions
the motion sensor mounts to the turn signal lever. the unit with sound and light mounts on the dash...
no, i was just looking at the website. i would contact them. it says motion sensor, so maybe it just picks up on the blinker stalk movement
there is also a 3 way diverter, subsides would probably nail it down
freedom vs jail?
i like that universal one. seems easiest to install and control
if you really enjoy playing around, you can do individual modules on the cheap, but time consuming
the biggest problem i find is that if i have them turned up high enough to hear the blinker, everything else is way too loud
also, my wife's hycam...
agreed. try finding a service manual on line, or at a library. if not, it is $20. for two days at techinfo.toyota.com
you may need subsides to narrow things down
that is unusual. how many miles on her? is the a/c on?