What is "screenwash"? (Think we've got a little language barrier going here.) Is that what we call windshield washer fluid, or what Chrysler calls windshield washer solvent in the manual? I've used Prestone's De-Icer Windshield Washer Fluid, or their Bug Wash Windshield Washer Fluid or similar stuff from others for decades with nary a problem.WARNING..dont ever put screenwash in,it will clog your pipes(no comments please),clog your jets and eventually wear the washer motor out,I see it every week or so.The stuff rots rubber
I've heard this said before. Are you referring to aircrew seats? You would think that with the number of experts involved with cockpit ergonomics, they would be able to design decent seats. Many years ago, I suffered from a slipped disc and did some research into this topic. The consensus was that many back problems could be traced back to incorrect posture, with seats and beds being the main culprits. Car seats in particular were much criticised and professional drivers were especially vulnerable. In recent years, car seat design has improved a lot - especially with the provision of adjustable lumbar support - and I do find the 300C seats very comfortable for long journeys, as others on this forum have stated.hey mr watsonofearnock,
also back trouble is so so common, in my profession (aviation) and many of my colleagues have got special back supports because the aircraft seats are generally terrible for your back compared to car seats.
I've not heard this before. Surely the manufacturers must do some testing of their products before offering them for sale? I've used screenwash for many years without too many problems. I've sometimes had to clear a jet with a pin (not the 300C) and many years ago I replaced a pump, that's all. However, my friend has a BMW and its pipes become totally clogged. He was told by his dealership that only a special BMW screenwash should be used. Can this be true?WARNING..dont ever put screenwash in,it will clog your pipes(no comments please),clog your jets and eventually wear the washer motor out,I see it every week or so.The stuff rots rubber
if the temp is that low why would you need to wash your screen?the heaters will keep them clear.0 deg and everything is frozen so your screen wont get dirty and if bits of crap get on your screen from the car in front you're driving too close to them to stop in those conditions.Yes I only use water,I have done all my driving life(dont ask,its been long enough.lol)So do you just use water?
We regularly get temperatures below 0, how does that work?