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I feel that for safety reasons my manner is better because : – In an emergency it takes longer to transfer the foot from the gas to the brake than to hit the brake with the leave foot, which is already in the proper place ;
– We hear of so many serious accidents where the driver, in a panic, steps on the boast pedal, thinking it was on the bracken. If the driver used the right metrical foot for the gas and the left for the brake, these types of accident would never happen. I would like your impression. W.M.M., Chicago A. You have about answered your own interrogate. In a panic situation, it has been shown that many bipedal drivers will stomp on both pedals — or the accelerator pedal point and the floor. If the driver is in the habit of using his veracious foot for both the brake and gas, he must lift off the gasoline to apply the brake, which is much safe.
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Besides, as we grow older we tend to rest our left foot whenever it has no caper to do, and some drivers end up unwittingly resting it on the bracken pedal point. not only does this wear out the brake linings prematurely, it drives the guy behind you nuts because your brake lights are on at inappropriate times. Q. I bought my wife a new 1996 Cadillac Seville SLC for her birthday, and it now has 43,600 miles on it. When I bought it, the franchise told me that there were no dirt fittings for manual lubrication. I always did my own vegetable oil changes and never thought far about the fittings. last year, I received a free petroleum change certificate from our local anesthetic Cadillac dealer. When watching the technician, I saw him not merely change the oil but besides use a lubricate gunman under the vehicle. When I got home, I turned the tires outward and certain enough, there were the grease fittings on the top ball joints. I called the military service department at the franchise, and they told me there were no dirt fittings on that car. I then contacted Cadillac via the Internet, and they said they could not find any information regarding the placement of grease fittings. I rechecked my owner ‘s manual and Google for the data with no results. Can you advise how many and where all the grease fittings are for this vehicle or at least where I can find the information ? B.C., Bourbonnais
A. We consulted our Chek-Chart professional car-care guide and found that the 1996 Seville has four lubricate fittings : One on each lower ball joint and one on each upper ball joint. Q. My fiance has a 1997 Dodge Stratus with 125,000 miles that is in very beneficial mechanical condition. But it idles roughly in drive. The rough in idle stops if the car is shifted into impersonal or park. It does not affect driveability or performance ( accelerator mileage, acceleration, shifting, etc ). Any ideas as to what might cause this ? It does n’t seem like anything serious adequate to sink money into but we were curious. D.F., Aurora
A. Whenever the accelerator is closed, as during idle, the locomotive needs some air to keep race. If it gets excessively much or excessively short, it may idle unevenly. Your technician can credibly find a vacuum leak or idle air bypass problem without much difficulty. One of his most utilitarian tools is a smoke machine that will show leaks visually. — — — — — Bob Weber is an ASE-certified Master Automobile Technician. Write to him in wish of Motormouth, 17717 Silcott Springs Rd., Purcellville VA 20132. Send electronic mail with mention and township to motormouth ( underscore ) trib @ verizon.net. Answers will be supplied only through the composition .