Join Date: Feb 2007
Location: Frankfort, Indiana, USA
dont sell your self short though! i drive a semi at work and they are all like that, true that they are reliable. the only bad thing is that there is a very touchy sensor that is on the fuel pedal (or grip in this case), and the sensors are very expensive. the only difference betewwn the drive by wire and the link system that most cars and the gl's have is that the sensor that i am refering to (throttle posistion Sensor (TPS)) is on the engine on the itkae manifold instead of the grip and also if they were to go to that, wich im sure they will eventually, you have to put some sort of damper system to control the air as well. thats just my personal opinion, and i also know where you are coming from but i think that i would rather have the system they have now. just wish that mine was fuel injected then it wouldnt be such a pain to start after sitting for a while!
2004 chevy silverado
Volvo pulling tankers (18 wheeler)
Loaded like a freight train, dispatched like an airplane!