I’m trying to replace my gold front emblem with a black on, I tried following the instructions from from a forum member which were working great,
But I could not release the tabs on top grill so it would give me access to the emblem
Any would be greatly appreciated.
The 1.2 used in the first gen spark has the same basic features , low friction , forged rods . Not much changed but your getting a slightly larger and more powerful motor with the 1.4 that’s welcome . They are good strong low maintenance engines across the generations .
"Reduced friction, including low-friction piston rings, a low-friction camshaft drive and a low-friction oil pump to increase engine efficiency"
Thanx Bobby...The lower friction component aspect stands out for me since this will contribute to a longer component/engine life. I have previously looked into this line of GM engines with their torque at lower and upper rpm's and I think they have a winner on their new LV7. This fairly flat torque aspect is also well suited to a CVT. I have a fairly flat torque at all RPM's on my newer marine engine and it saves on gas while providing lower maintenance and power at all RPM's. I can now do a long cruise at about 1,800 rpm with a larger prop making good speed at a lot less fuel consumption and saving the higher rpm's for rough weather. Good post!
Hi there. I just purchased a 2018 spark ls in nightfall grey.
It has the 4 speakers; 2 tweeters and 2 mids in the front doors. I am looking for advice on installing a woofer and amp. I was originally thinking about putting it in the spare tire hole, but I'm not sure if its going to be possible to get a component cable ran out of the head unit. According to dealer, the infotainment unit doesn't support additional wiring.
Hope to hear some insight. Thanks.