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2010-06-14 14:31:21

Yes. My 91 Stanza was running poorly, poor gas milage, the speedometer works sometimes, when i hit a bump it will do the opposite - if it was working and i hit a bump it will stop working until i hit another bump. I resolder each solder at the back of it and problem solved. Better gas milage.

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