How come we don't have gas station attendants in the U.S., if they are normal in Europe, Japan, China, Colombia, Brazil, Saudi Arabia, Russia, SEA, basically everywhere else in the world? (though I don't know if they have them in Turkey)
Also apparently in other countries you pay after you receive the fuel, whereas in the U.S. you must always pay first for the gas unless it is a very old station.
Post fucked up problems you've encountered or odd systems or designs that gasoline huffing engineers made.
>2013 VW Toureg 3.0 TDI
Sensor is in the bottom of the oil pan, has power, ground and signal from the ECM. Mind you not a reference voltage. A 2 way signal...
The oil level sensor works by sending a signal from the ecm to sensor which converts it to a ultrasonic wave which is directed up through the oil and reflects of the boundary bbetween the oil and air. The wave is received back into the sensor and the time interval between the sent and received signal is calculated into a value for the oil level for the ECM. Which is linked to the dash control module and then to the infotainment module.
But wait! There's more! In order for the amount to be calculated and displayed after a low warning level the hood must be opened and closed 3 times. If the hood latch switch is malfunctioning the oil level will never be displayed and fit warning will always remain on the infotainment.
>What is this thread for?
A thread to discuss, post, create, and review anything related to Automotive Decals and Stickers
>Currently looking for:
Idea Guys (Come up with Sticker Ideas, /o/ club names, etc.)
Anons with artistic talent willing to make decals for free.
Anons with decal production equipment (Specifically Vinyl Printer Equipment)
>get check engine light just as inspection expires >try replacing gas cap and clearing code right away >comes back on >put old cap back on >say fuck it and drive with expired inspection for months >occasionally clear code to see if it comes back on, does >cops don't seem to give a fuck >drive by some, some even turn left as i go straight nobody either notices or cares >eventually try swapping out new gas cap again >drive for a day before clearing code this time >100+ miles 1.5 weeks driving, check engine light still gone >should be good to go to get inspected
Should I even bother tho? Nobody seems to care and I could save money by not doing it.