Explained so eloquently in such simple terms. Will it matter? LolThe problem with suggesting that the VCM disablers CAUSE problems is that there simply is no evidence of it. We have plenty of evidence that VCM causes problems including a class action lawsuit. If you don’t believe it causes mechanical problems despite all the evidence and even dealers vocally hating it, then all you have to do is drive without vcm for a bit to realize it causes these cars to drive like a POS.
Some quick facts:
The car will not overheat because of a VCM device. The fans are controlled by a different sensor (ect2 as I recall) and the thermostat is purely mechanical. The ecu is doing little to nothing to regulate temperature as a result of this sensor.
The gauge may indicate an inaccurate reading with a vcm disabling device, however the good disablers will restore the accurate temp in the event something causes it to go out of the normal range.