In the back of the seat, a few inches under the headrest, there's a small square lever.
Pull up on that to release the front seat, then it will return to the same position.
It seems to help if you apply slight pressure on the seat backwards, to help release the lever.
Thanks for explanation JC.
I don't think I've ever had a car where the CC didn't completely turn off with the ignition.
But I have had some BMW's where it was a one lever push to activate/set cruise.
Which is what I suppose they're asking for.
That doesn't change the fact that you may park your car after having the CC set at 75mph,
and you wife gets in the car the next day and is tooling around at 25 mph and accidentally hits the Resume button and the car accelerating towards 75 very quickly, surprising the heck out of her and...
JC.. here are some pics to help you along.
I just wrapped it in the blue mask, and popped it out, no scratches on either cap or wheel.
UPDATE... the cap in the pic does have an abrasion because that was the first one I tried without the mask wrap. The other 3 with the mask wrap, don't have...
JC, I was concerned about the pop-out method also, but when I tried one, it popped out so easy it surprised me. I used one of those small red Swiss Army pen knives. One of the blades has something that resembles a fingernail file with a flat end tip, I just used that, easy peasy.
Correct, I didn't take the wheels off.
I used one of those generic blue masks (that we're all wearing now, they're very soft), and wrapped it around a thin screw driver and just slid it in between the cap and wheel and just popped it off. It was easier than I though.
Literally 3 secs to pop off...
Here's a pic of the wheel caps, they are very easy to replace, literally 10 secs a wheel.
They cost about 100 bucks for 4.
Ford removed most of the Mustang emblems, but left those 4 pony's on the wheels.
I'm a fan of Sprint Booster, I've put it on the last 5 cars I've owned...
For better or worse, I always check my oil when it's cold, and has sat overnight.
(except when changing the oil, and I need immediate results)
And I always check it in the same place, my very flat garage.
We can discuss the pluses/minuses when changing the oil when it's cold, later.
Haha, I used to think I was pretty anal about my fluid levels.. until I meet JC :)
The two 5 qt containers I used appeared to be full.
Here's what I did:
The car had sat for 2 days, so it was stone cold, it was June 2020 - 1,067 miles (I live in Tampa).
I didn't start the car, I just used a...
The deal with me is that I put in 10 qts, as the book says, and it registered at the very bottom of the hash marks. That would indicate I should add an 11th qt.
I was wondering if others had noticed that.
Or are dip sticks different lengths?