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Old 04-23-2007, 07:56 AM   #1
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After 10 of thousands of miles we now have two know mechcanicals from the site. I thought it might be interesting to track problems and see what comes up. We could list problem that arise that are not just routine maintenance. There probably won't be much added to the list but it would be interesting to see if batteries, starters, tires, clutches etc. have a high failure rate. We don't need to discuss the failures here we can do that in it own thread that is posted and link to it. Although no proof that hypermiling has anything to do with it we now have 2 mechanicals for the list:

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I go through quite a bit of washer fluid As an... anti tailgating solvent


But good idea... I'll think you'll be hard pressed to make a statistical connection with hypermiling, but it would be interesting to see
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