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Old 10-08-2006, 06:46 AM   #3
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In addition to what Jim said, one should replace all four at once, which sends the DME far better information... older ones aren't as sensitive as the new ones and the readings can be off substantially.

If you have the other two and haven't replaced them yet, get busy!
'97 Boxster (Black Hole for 42,000 Dead Presidents and counting) - 122k
New motor, transmission, suspension, and on and on and on it goes...
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