I am getting ready to change the differential and transfer case fluid in my AWD Sienna. Service manual calls for GL-5 75W-85, so I am sure that the Mobil-1 75W90 GL-5 gear oil will be just dandy. Here is my question, though. I have a spare quart of Mobil-1 75W140 left over from my truck days. My...
As stated earlier, newer Prii of all flavors do not have drive belts.
They utilize electric coolant and power steering pumps and an electric refrigerant compressor.
No external alternator either as motor/gen #2 (the smaller of the two, I believe) is also used to charge the 12V system.
This was the result of my 2200+ mile round trip from NC to AR in my Prius C.
Some of the mileage and time is driving around the town I was staying in.
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The bearing I just received is the same, no dust shield.
So I ordered another one off of bay this time, the picture shows a shield and the Ohio stamping that indicates hopefully that it is an original part.
I have a case of M1 0W-40 SM that I blend with newer M1 0W-20 for my 05 Prius. Here in moderate NC is works well with about a 50/50 blend. Once I run out of 0W-40 I'll probably just use M1 0W-30 out of the bottle. I go with 8k to 10k OCI's btw.
Yes, I think it does matter what kind of guns are being used in homicides. Because once the debate starts in earnest, numbers and "facts" are are going to start flying. Having accurate metrics is going to be highly important I think.