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Old 10-27-2019, 10:11 PM
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Wow Propeller, that truck isnít even broken in yet!
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Old 10-27-2019, 10:44 PM
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Hey Prop,
I see you finally started your second tank of fuel....

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Old 10-28-2019, 04:29 PM
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I see you finally started your second tank of fuel....
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Old 10-28-2019, 07:34 PM
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Just about to hit 179,000 miles on my wife's 2005 3.0i. I'm thinking we are going to upgrade to a newer model in the spring, April or May.
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197,000 and counting on our 2005 4.4. We're hoping to reach 250,000. I throw in a quart of Lucas engine stop leak with each oil change at 5K miles because I need valve seals. Either that or 1 quart every couple of weeks of oil since you can't be more than 20% Lucas stop leak. Sometimes that's 2 quarts Lucas. The air bag light is on, There's scrapes on all 4 corners from sister in law's inability to drive anything bigger than her Civic. However, all in it's still a comfortable, quiet and somewhat quick SAV. It's long since paid for. I still have the original sticker. I wouldn't hesitate to get in it and drive from FL to Boston and back which will probably happen this Christmas. I'll post again when we turn the 200K milestone.
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Old 11-04-2019, 12:52 PM
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I forgot to post on Aug 26 2019

170,000 miles on 2006 6spd manual

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250 and still going strong.

01,3.0 auto: Just passed 250,000 miles. Major replacements: Front axles, rear air with springs, Bilstein all the way around rear upper control arms,. Typical maintenance, brakes, rotors, front calipers, lines, 60-70K mile trans fluid/filter, oil 5-30syn/filter-5Kmiles, ABSmodule,Steering angle sensor, wheel sensor, front end components rebuild twice, D-vanos seals, tuneups, valve cover gasket, Disa Valve, MAF 1x, CCV 1x, serpentine 45-55K, water pump 2x,upper rad hose, windshield washer motors, all guibos, bulbs, FISA, alternator, heater valve. Still broke/ClimateC.M., no more radio head, iphone media bridge instead. The rest is original.Motor, Trans, rear drivetrain. Best I recall. Going for 300,000!! I'm in FL, so it should be easy. Original A/C system, charged seasonally.
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2001 with 3L M54 inline six. 167k and have owned it for a year. NO major mechanical repairs that I'm aware of, but the body panel damage repairs from a previous front collision probably were expensive. Since I've heard so much good stuff about the engine she happens to have in her, I plan on at least doubling the miles with regular full syn oil changes. Hard to say what the owner did before me except I have been able to determine he swapped the oxygen sensors by mistake when he replaced them all, so I actually hope he didn't do too much....I think he had a shop install the Xtrons nav unit, and they did a good job. I have since done a lot of little stuff like I polished the headlights, replaced the coolant reservoir, door actuators, window regulator, windshield washer motors, led bulbs, battery and positive cable BST(I was rear ended the day I bought her and that blew the BST). Right now, she needs a new aux fan, and to have both ends fixed from the accidents.
Patiently waiting for the local upullit to get one in so I can get the rest of the parts I need to pull that off.
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