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One of my favorite graphics: 6 different ways a head gasket can fail. Notice: Blown to coolant port, water in oil.
The smoke/steam you are seeing is a useful indicator. Bring the engine up to normal temperature, park in your driveway, turn on the heat, and...
In this case, no visible leaks suggests that you're blowing antifreeze through the exhaust system.
Go for it. Nip that problem in the bud.
Most likely it's a certain degree of "dirty power" common to most inverters and small generators, too. Rather than an ideal sine wave, you...
Even though the fuel system service is of questionable value and the AC filter may get by without changing or refreshing (rapping it on the bench...
In any event, I expect that after a few more charging cycles the car will learn the actual EV range again.
I'm thinking that the voltage may have dipped too low at some point while charging- even though the plug-in charger also supplies 12v.
If your 12v is 8 years old, it's time for a new one.
Are you parking on a slope? Is your transmission oil too thick?
It's the normal seasonal drop in EV mileage. Wait until spring, everything should be fine again. Be prepared for the engine to kick in...
So, the video lists these 5
1 Center Multi-Function display
2 Fuel Guage (mmm, now I'm worried)
3 Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve
4 Water Pump
Not you, they're useless. I haven't driven in enough fog or snow to try them- and if it's snowing that hard, you don't belong on the road.
A good power conditioner might be the answer for an inverter or even a generator that does not deliver perfect power. This one handles 1800 watts...
It looks like Harbor Freight's 2000 watt Jupiter brand inverter sells for $170 today. I can wait for a coupon.