True gauges do "flicker" or bounce around a bit, as the engines running or if you're running it hard everything's moving pretty good and vibrating pretty well. That's why the first thing you do on a vehicle you care about is probably put true gauges on it because dash gauges are designed to not Flicker and honestly not show accurate reading. The idea is when someone doesn't know about Motors, and they see the coolant gauge going down and up while they're driving, Auto Engineers want that driver to take it to the shopInstalled my iDash. Trying to figure out which gauges I want. Anyone have an issue with the read out flickering? More like the digits are doing the wave.
And the amazing thing is that removing the dirt makes the truck run smoother, get better fuel mileage and adds 30 HP. I don't know how it works but it does.2012 Silverado Duramax:
Cleaned the truck up minus vacuuming it and took it to my bosses crawfish boil, even cleaned the door jambs!
So happy it’s clean, dirty trucks make me depressed!
Next would be cleaning under the hood and working on getting some parts I have laying around installed..
I do it yearly. Or 15/30k miles what ever comes first. I usually drive about 15k miles a year so it fall in line with the yearly filters changes. I also have a pressure gauge I watch every now and then. If I see the pressure dropping I would change them.How often do you change your fass filters?
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