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Old 09-27-2003, 12:08 AM
joel joel is offline
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Location: Surrey, Beautiful British Columbia, Canada
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I'd go the dealership and have them diagnose the problem/s.
Would cost you 1.5 hours but would tell you what is wrong with your car, instead of you witch hunting for it.

With that info, you may choose to DIY or go to an indie.


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