Gonna look into thatThose tires aren't 'low rolling resistance', when those BFG's wear out you ought to upgrade! I bet that'll give you a few more MPG's!
Haha serious? Nuts.. I don't remember. Well the fluid looked good at leastSo... uhhh, not to make it worse but.... didn't I tell you that the transmission fluid was changed with OEM fluid when the clutch was done last year? I'm sure I mentioned it.
How did the 'old' fluid look?
I should have researched it more from the get-go. That stuff seems to get good reviews. Oh well the G 070 should be here any day now.I used Lubro Moly 75w-90. Local Napa carries it.
Haha I'm sure it was I've turned into a complete space case lately. Getting old is horrible!I just checked the Classifieds ad, it was in there.
We run CNG on all our diesels. Just filled the wife's Jetta and the odometer was 984 for the tank. Around 64mpg on diesel only. She never fills her CNG or she could get better. (I try to fill it whenever we are near a station. The tank needs filled about every 200 miles.) CNG also makes this a quick little car.I also wonder if driving a diesel is worth it because diesel is sooo expensive when compared to gas and cng.
I've not had any wiring problems with any of my cars and they've all been older, higher mileage cars. I don't know much about the new VW TDI's, but I'd say it's hard to go wrong. On my newer '06 Jetta the oil change interval is every 10k miles, so while oil changes are expensive, it's nice that the factory recognizes that oil will last longer than 3k miles on a clean burning engine... saving money in the long run.Been thinking about a new TDI Passat for my son when he gets home from his mission in 10 months. I have no idea what his plans are yet but he may head back up to USU. I want to make sure he will have a good dependable car to start his adult life with. I put my daughter in a Chevy Cruz and that's been a great car. You hear rummers about the wiring issues in the Volkswagons. That's all a thing of the past isn't it?