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Old 09-27-2004, 10:02 PM   #21
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Not quite what I was thinking, but yes, that is a pic of the odometer.

EDIT: Yes, that is the advertised mileage.


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Old 09-27-2004, 10:05 PM   #22
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k im at a total loss here, no idea at all whats wrong with that picture lol
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I won't give it up yet. We'll see if anyone else can get it.


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Hes either got really shitty gas mileage or a fuel leak? Altered the odometer!? I give up.
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Old 09-27-2004, 10:11 PM   #25
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Altered the odometer!?
You got it!

Look at your odometer. Do you see those silver lines between the numbers? That means your odometer has been tampered with. Meaning, the mileage is incorrect, and that 63k is not the actual mileage.


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I didn't know odometers did that. Learn something new everday at Bonneville Club. Good info to those looking at used cars though.

I still think the airbag, fog light, and "rustless" rusty engine strut were good.
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I would never notice that. I don't know 92+ bonnie'* all that well. 87-91'* are my specialty.


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I had my Odometer apart to fix the Trip meter, I actualy ended up adding numbers, But the spare ODO I got from the junk yard did the silver line thing about as soon as I touched it... And it was only 40ish mi higher than my car, Should have left it alone...
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can someone explain how this works and how it happens
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