They are not facts because you say so.OFFS:
--It's not science that's the problem--it's the nutrition industry, which is more market-profit driven than it is science...which is completely a shame, yes. That's the issue though. and it really is a big one...
--Vitamins don't fuck with your liver, no matter what you want to think, if consumed in excess. The worst that this industry can do to you, is suck away your finances for placebo...that's actually the worst thing. And yes, it's garbage, but it isn't any worse for your health. It's just dumb for your wallet...and well your reputation for buying into the worst products, and propagating snake oil nonsense to peers that might have otherwise respected you at some point...but again, a different issue. You are literally pissing out your own money, basically. That is the concern with this industry, and embarrassment of those that support it without spending the time to consider what they really know.
--Not that all vitamins and supplements are bad, per sey. ...it is actually medically legit in certain applications
--E8AAA engine doesn't give a shit about human vitamins. Get that nonsense out of here.
I have stalled 50+ times before the update (about 5000 miles) and since the update I've done about 2000 miles and didn't stall once, not even a rough idle.
Very difficult to say because of the cars that were bought back show up as a normal trade or a normal sale.
But oil viscosity!!!
Are you a mechanical or software engineer for VW? Or one at all?Are you mentally retarded? We still don't know if the documented issue with actual and reported oil pressure is resolved. It's awesome that the ECU update has resolved the stalling issue and the car runs smoother, but the ECU not getting correct values is a pretty big thing. If this isn't fixed and VW worked around it with the ECU flash, I wouldn't consider that a good solution.