Ck when you turn for the knocking intermediate steering shaft. There is an updated shaft available. (May just be 1/2 tons?)
Also the gage clusters are prone to have problems. Other than that, pretty solid trucks.
I just hit 1800 miles, and I realize that I have both problems. The inaccurate tach reading, and the high idle tach reading you are talking about.
Not only that, my fuel gage, which never was the bastion of accuracy now won't read over 1/2 tank when topped off.
Back to the dealer.
The Ninja 250 forums say it's the electronic control unit. Haven't given them a second shot at it yet. Don't much like my bike being used for a guinea pig.
But I don't much like seeing over 10,000 rpm at 70mph, either.
The reason I ask is that I'm having a somewhat similar issue.
After riding a few minutes my rpm slowly starts climbing at steady speeds (on the tach only) when it's warm outside. The clutch is not slipping and the engine rpm is not actually climbing.
Kawasaki (not the dealer) diagnosed it as...
In the case of a domestic, you still pay shipping (thanks UAW!)
If you buy a ZR1 Vette, there is an option to help assemble the engine. There are not tours or admission to the Camaro factory. If you work there, you can get fired for taking pics.
5.3 engine gets oil change every 4k, no matter what oil you use unless you want probs with AFM.
Avalanche is a good truck. I think the image only shows in the nav screen. A good protectant and keeping wax off of the black plastic keeps it nice and black.
Find out what legal % is and stay behind it. You don't want to be getting pulled over all the time. It's a pain in the rear, and can get real expensive. Many places will put on illegal tint and leave you to deal with it.