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Look for an independent MINI specialist instead of taking it to a dealer. You will save a lot of money.
I haven't driven it for weeks, except to move it around the yard. Yesterday, I wanted to go to the store and it wouldn't start, so I put on the...
It's been in the 60s and showery here.
WD-40 works real good too.
I worshed the MINI with my new Griots Foam Cannon, It works pretty good. I bought the starter kit,...
The Costco near me has 92 octane premium for $3.39/gallon. Diesel for my truck is $3.05.
I can't find any proof that Amsoil is any good, all there is on google is a lot of hype.
Also, I'm not buying oil out of someone's trunk.
I don't like Amsoil, they market it like Mary Kay cosmetics.
My wife mows the lawn too. I didn't want a lawn, she did so she cuts it.
Yeah, now that's red!
How red is that car? In the photographs it looks like salmon to me.
Just use the recommended oil year round, that's the reason they have multi viscosity oil, so you don't have to use summer and winter oil.
I looked that shop up and it looks like they were gone in 2000.
There used to be an engine machine shop that I took engines to that did everything and I mean everything. Their shop took up a whole block in NW...
The diverter valve is an exhaust bypass around the turbocharger. The bypass or diverter valve gives the car's computer control of the boost pressure.
If there are pieces of rubber in the intake, it is unlikely they could get past the turbocharger and certainly not past the intercooler.
I hadn't thought of putting RainX on wheels! Thanks.
Neither does mine!
I would put the engine right back in the car. You will not have a problem with valve seat recession on your classic Mini, if it isn't your daily...