I got lucky and guessed right on the WRXs. On the two dynamic OBD tests I'm two for two on Subaru WRX. No other ones yet.
Just to pull someone's chain, do the dynamic test on the dyno in gear. You might have to play with the gear shift to keep in the rpm range. That's assuming they're collecting vehicle speed data while doing the dynamic test.
Why make it simple, when it will work equally as well complicated.
D, you are killing me.
Ford's, Yes it takes two people. Rev it up to @1800. Have someone pull the plug to the IAC. No it will not set a light.
Now rev to the number. On the way back down have the person plug back in the IAC.
Never make fun of the choices your wife makes. You were one of them.