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Well I certainly hope they did not remove the ability to use regular cruise control.
All winter long when the front sensor is covered in snow - the SCC will not work due to the sensor being covered in snow. (depending where you live of course)
Mine is a 2018 model.
Are you getting better economy with higher octane? My tests revealed only more power when using higher octane. I get the same economy per volume with 87, 91, or 93.
Definitely more power with 91 vs 87 (stock tune / no tune)
Are you sure it needs a fuel pump?
Don't all signs point to it only needing a fuel level sending unit?
Or is it that this is one combined component, where the sending unit is part of the fuel pump assembly?
Dealerships, yes for sure. They are profit centers with 1 main focus.
The manuals though, what are you seeing differently?
There are some minor variances, but what are you seeing that is different for your location/climate?
Online forums are good to point you into he right direction.
But the owners manual is your Bible for what you really need. The specifications are all listed quite clearly there.
The qty - use the dipstick and keep the level between the min and max.
The small differences you see online...
You certainly do not have to stop doing that.
Just know that you are NOT doing yourself any favours. Why would you pull the EPB switch when you could literally just enable the auto hold feature and the same outcome would occur automatically (no need to press parking brake switch each time you...
It's 100% automatic.
No programing required.
Read the attached "description" for the details of how to learn new sensors..
Tldr: - just 2 steps
1. Install wheels with new sensor
2. Drive over 25 kph for ~20 minutes 'ish.