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So I just wanted to add to this thread. After over a year of having the tires, they're still amazing in the second season.
It's been a really slippery season this year and these Toyos have done extremely well on the slippery roads.
So, I did it. Wasn't bad at all. Dropped the pan and got exactly 5.5 quarts out like the manual says. I was surprised because I have heard so many people say that they got alot more out. Changed the filter, cleaned the magnet, cleaned the pan, put rtv on it. Bolted it back up. Ended up putting 6 quarts in. That got me to 20mm at 110 degrees F. Sorry that this thread turned into something totally different though. I appreciate the advice.
I want to preface... I'm not a mechanic. Why not just replace those wires rather than using the repaired ones? Eliminate the easy stuff. At least you'll know for sure if they are the problem. Maybe there is some sort of damage that you can't see, but acts up when hot after a restart. It seems to me that these new cars have tons of sensors and who knows when those sensors talk to the ECM. Maybe a hot restart alerts the computer to a problem, and it goes into limp mode. Clearly I don't know what your problem is. Just trying to help.
I did fix them. I cleaned and checked the wiring, and retaped the wires. I did that when I replaced the coil pack. Wires look fine now. They were not burnt like shorted wires would look like. The wrapping was just melted a bit like they got hot. I figured it was just heat coming from the engine block. But if it's not the heat, what could be causing them to get hot? And what would cause whatever drives those wires to only act up after the car is restarted. Like she can drive 100 miles with no issues, until a restart..