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Old 10-20-2014, 07:49 AM   #9
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Here's the app I've been using:
A couple of other bits: watch the water pump & cooling system, and maybe have a spare water pump on hand (if you find a deal).
Just 'cause I'm a data/info geek, I'll also use the app Dash Command ( to monitor O2 sensors, exact water temps, and other parameters from time to time while I'm driving. If something is going to fail, I want to know about it early! It's easy to spot trends (poor mpg, high coolant temps, etc) in a regularly driven vehicle.
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