|05-21-2016 12:22 AM|
That's amazing. Id love to see mine get that far. But I put a deposit down on a ~2018 Tesla Model 3, so I have my doubts
|05-21-2016 12:18 AM|
|05-20-2016 09:47 PM|
|tintulip||Our 2002 FF now has 420,000+ now. Originally posted pic of odometer at 400,000 in post #192 in this thread. Original engine. Original transmission. Still going strong. Just bought a 2007 with 95,000 on it, so it is just a baby!|
|05-20-2016 08:59 PM|
|05-20-2016 08:05 PM|
|wisem2540||Came across this thread using a google search. I am at 275,000 on my 2008 Focus SE. All parts original. When does Ford start issuing prizes? :)|
|05-10-2016 06:18 PM|
|gerryyy||193,000 on my 2006 ST. Other than normal maintenance not a lick of problems.|
|04-11-2016 03:29 PM|
|JiuJitsuDaddy||Just had my engine replaced but it had 220k on my 2005 zx4. Was a great car until it died.|
|04-03-2016 02:31 PM|
|Jay's02Wagon||2002 SE wagon--currently 184,000 miles. No rust what so ever. Still does not use any oil between changes (every 3500 miles) and does not leak any oil. Original engine and transmission.|
|04-02-2016 05:36 PM|
Why not put that info. in your thread on the subject, instead of here in an off topic posting?
"Just changed" means you JUST did the work & now it doesn't work, working fine for a month afterwards is an ENTIRELY different situation.
"Battery Good" means nothing without load test results & current voltage numbers, the MOST common no-crank cause is poor contact at the battery terminals (and YES, everything else usually works then).
|04-02-2016 04:36 PM|
|Wazbron6||I changed starter and ignition switch a month ago and worked great now it won't start or click|
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