Just a friendly reminder -
I know we should all be checking our air pressure regularly in our tires, but I just wanted to remind everyone that as the season gets colder, the pressure drops in our tires. It only takes a minute or two, so make sure you keep an eye on that.
On a trip I filled up at a BP that only had 10% ethanol additive fuels, and I thought to myself, "Self, does this stuff eat fuel injection components?"
Twenty miles later I had a blown Fuel Pressure Regulator. (But it also had a previous 10K miles on it, to be fair.)
Anyone out there know...