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Old 05-10-2007, 12:47 AM   #1
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Default i think my bass my change the odometer #'* on my car.

hi i have a question that maybe someone can help me with.. when i play my radio i noticed the numbers jumping and almost changing on my odometer and my trip reset. . my car has 77,127 miles and when i turn up my stereo i can see my miles lool like it read 88,238 miles.. but when i turn the radio back down then the odometer goes back to normal but looks like the numbers are loose and can move easy, i am affraid if i turn it all the way up then i will change my miles on the odometer..is this possible.? shold i be worried? i necer heard of any one complain or talk about this same issue happening to them.. i have a 1988 bonneville sse[/img]
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WOW i cant help you with that but DAUM you must have some BASS in that car!
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