Driver and Front Passenger. These usually pop out from the steering wheel and glove box section of the car. They protect predominantly in frontal collisions.
The general consensus is 17-18psi. Some people have taken it higher, but I don’t recommend it if you don’t have the money for a turbo replacement/upgrade.
If driven calmly, as in light throttle, mileage should not be significantly affected. Mileage will greatly decrease during however, if you drive “vigorously”, more power equals more burned fuel I am afraid.
Cars owned by non-smokers sell better than those that are not. Cracked dashes are not very popular either. Pretend you are going to keep the car. Ask yourself if you think this is a car I could live with.
Getting a car exhaust upgrade will offer a lot of benefits for your vehicle. The main purpose of the exhaust system is to release the toxic and harmful gases from the car. Getting rid of these harmful gases is extremely important for the life of the vehicle, as well as the people traveling in it. It also helps in keeping the engine clean from any type of disorders.
Just unscrew the bolts of the exhaust and disconnect it from the catalytic converter recyclers. Remove the system from the hanging brackets and keep it aside. Install the brand new exhaust system to the hangers with care, making sure that all parts are attached to each other firmly; so that they don’t fall off while driving. Once done, go for a short test drive and, later on, check for any leaks. If there are none, then this proves that the replacing process has been done accurately.
Take your time on the inspection. Take note of your first impression? If the car gives a bad first impression, you may have a hard time reselling it. If it doesn’t look good to you it most likely won’t look good to other buyers either.
Of course, one way to mitigate all this chaos is to change your oil. and change it often. If you use standard grade oil, then 3500 miles is a good interval. 5000 for semi-synthetic is good, and 7500 for full synthetic.