Re: What to check in a PPI on a very low mileage car (MY2006 - 7.500 miles)
Very nice. PPI- have the shop tech carefully check each bore for scoring. I would be surprised if your tech actually finds any issues outside of the motor. Thats one area where even careful maintance can not predict, but the bores are critical for your motor long term health. After that its about any leakage from the water pump, rear main seal, or IMS , either one you cannot see directly, only the results in a oil drip, so ask to verify that its clean in that part of your motor. If you can be able to view your car when its on the rack, its even better as the tech can point out any issues directly to you. Or better yet, tell you what a great find you discovered. I would ease into pushing the throttle down hard for at least 500 miles or so, sort of let the car get used to your driving style. Then let it rip. Enjoy your ride.
Last edited by Apex1; 04-30-2019 at 06:13 PM.
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