Ich bin ein Kartoffel
- Feb 14, 2007
- Mustang SVO - Frontier Pro-4X - BRZ
Putting the stuff in isn't even real arduous for machinery operators unless they're deep in the back woods. Yeah, it's one more thing to have around, but you put it in while you're putting in fuel. Takes no time.
The real "problem" they have with it is what happens when the system fails. It's the first common emissions system that simultaneously stops the whole-assed thing from running, has long parts lead times, and costs absolute bucketloads to fix. The second two really should not be the case, and you'd think they'd be in the manufacturer's interest in keeping under control.
Now if we could get the bozos who fear ever turning their truck off when they go inside for a burrito…. Like this guy.