My Charger is the same way, tied to the external temp thermometer so it works winter & summer. I leave both the fan speed and climate control selectors on auto 365 days a year. If I use the remote start in the winter it turns the fan to high, the temp to high, the vent to defrost with recirculate on, turns on the seat… » 2/23/15 12:40pm 2/23/15 12:40pm

They don't control anything - all of that plumbing is camouflage and subterfuge. Steam locomotive run on smoke, just like every other machine in the world. (Proof: let all of the smoke out of anything, a computer, a TV, a Ferrari, etc. in one uncontrolled burst and that item will no longer work correctly, if at all).… » 2/20/15 5:53am 2/20/15 5:53am

in 20+ years of driving cars in Canada with DRLs, I have yet to see one where the IP lights were turned on all the time. The dash lights are controlled by the same switch that turns on the headlights. Don't have your headlights on - only the DRLs? Then the dash lights are not on. Every single car I've driven in the… » 2/20/15 5:33am 2/20/15 5:33am

A friend of mine was a mechanic at the dealership where I bought my car and the service writer knew my friend was the only mechanic I wanted to ever work on my car. He's had my car going faster than I've had it going, even on track. Out of fear of the OPP, I wouldn't drive it the speeds he had it up to on the 401. » 2/19/15 10:53am 2/19/15 10:53am

Michael Waltrip had the nerve to say that it's exciting for the fans to watch. Bullshit. It was the steamiest pile of WTF this fan has ever watched, and if it's going to be the standard qualifying method, it's the last qualifying I'll ever watch. » 2/15/15 4:16pm 2/15/15 4:16pm

Her "Instagram", eh? Is that what the kids are calling it nowadays? You better go see her father and tell him to make her keep her instagram covered up so your fine upstanding young man doesn't get tempted into doing something he would never dream about doing without the influence of some little floozy-in-training. » 2/13/15 3:06pm 2/13/15 3:06pm