Then there’s me, creeping on 3K posts….8 of which have been about the FoRS.🤦♂️
That thought crossed my mind especially when I was looking at rims for sale.You mean posts?
Yeah, i guess they joined yrs ago and just reading but not interacting.
Then yrs gone by and time to unload. They needed to get their post count up to be able to post on the for sale section.
your speedometer and rpm lights are white. mine are blue.I just installed the DSC Controller.
Does it need a "learning period" (like when you power drain the RS for the emission read).
I noticed that I need to press the drive mode twice for the option to come up, It does allow me to change once its up. Never had that experience before.
Also I changed the suspension to sport mode (by selecting in on the steering wheel stalk) and it gave me the orange book "i":
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It went away after 5 seconds or so.
Anything I need to worry about?
I found it under "Rear Drive Unit (RDU) Oil Life Monitor Reset" in section 308-07A of the shop manual. Worth a try.I've searched and searched and couldn't find it, so I decided to still post here so I'm "protected"
I'm looking for the RDU fluid monitoring reset procedure. Plenty of RDU discussions, and some about the fluid, but I wasn't able to find it anything about how to reset the fluid life monitor. I didn't see it in the workshop manual either.
I had a look at the battery install for the Dodge Intrepid on YouTube. That’s just insane. Makes the Porsche battery replacement under the front passenger seat look easy by comparison.Wow, that's pretty bad.
The Dodge Intrepid had the battery in the passenger wheel well. You had to crank the wheels (or remove the passenger one), remove a panel in the wheel well liner, and remove the battery. Having to deal with that before, I've never really complained about the RS location.
The battery on a classic VW bug sits directly underneath the rear bench. If you have a heavy enough load in the back seat while driving on a bumpy road, the seat springs can deflect enough to come into contact with the battery terminals, short-out and start a fire.I would think the battery under the seat would be very dangerous. The battery could explode, catch fire and not to mention an electrical current under the passenger just to mention a few things I can think of.
WOW I didn’t know that.The battery on a classic VW bug sits directly underneath the rear bench. If you have a heavy enough load in the back seat while driving on a bumpy road, the seat springs can deflect enough to come into contact with the battery terminals, short-out and start a fire.
Ask me how I know...