I run the larger K&n filter on mine with Pennzoil 0-20 higher oil pressure better for the multiair system
Yeah you won't have any issues unless you just removed it. The car doesn't like that. I am assuming you used AlfaOBD to disable? Because if you just take it out, it throws an engine code and also will blow the fan all the time. But some Darts don't even come with it, so you won't have any issues running without it.Yeah during the summer my cooling fan never shut off it would start out low and would get higher and higher and higher and would never cool the thing down till I disabled the ags. My dart has 43 thousand on it now and haven't had any issues
Let's go a bit further since you are in Arizona. I am in Michigan, we get 90 degrees in the summer and the car runs like garbage when the coolant temps rise over 200 degrees(Radiator fans don't kick on until 230 degrees). I removed the following and have NOT had my fans kick on AT ALL last summer. In fact my coolant temps never went above 215.As a matter of fact sensor is still plugged in just removed 4 middle blades that aren't attached to the sensor to allow constant air flow found a video on YouTube
You would literally have to drive through a flood to get water up there. When you turn left or right the tires will throw water off them, but that will be behind the engine bay underneath the vehicle.I ask cuz Subaru design those pans to protect the headers cuz of water causing them to crack
My Blazer has on open bottom and is a 2004. For it's age, the engine bay is mint.You would literally have to drive through a flood to get water up there. When you turn left or right the tires will throw water off them, but that will be behind the engine bay underneath the vehicle.
Cars were made for decades without the aero bottom panel and there were never common issues with headers cracking.