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Old 01-24-2007, 12:44 AM   #31
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got the car november 2005 - 271,000km


rear struts
2 alternators
timing chain and gears
disconnected alarm system due to it shorting out
front strut (passenger side)
taillites ( do SSE'* come from the factory with cracked tailites??? )

to do list:

fix worn drivers seat
reattach headliner
fix cruise control

as as of tomorrow going to the garage to find out why monday night my climate control has had a nervous breakdown and is alternating between trying to freeze me out of the car and melt me to the seat! ( if you see northern lights in canada tomorrow night that may just be me when i get the bill! )

current mileage - 307,000km

driving style - normal with moments of sheer terror when i realize how late i am for something. ( chronic problem-mom used to say when i was a kid i'd be three days late for my own funeral- so far i don't see a problem with that! )
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