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November 19, 2020 at 3:23 pm #204200Mike Ruff, GW editorKeymaster
A car dealer convicted of selling clocked vehicles 11 years ago has been told to pay an extra £146,000 in assets on top of £154,000 he was originally
[See the full post at: Dealer told to pay extra £146,000 on top of original £154,000 order for clocking cars]November 19, 2020 at 6:40 pm #204246Meat-HeadParticipant
Most odd. You only just to have a look around the internet
To find lots and lots of cars have incorrect mileage.
Quite often cars less than a year old. My advice would be to
Back up the milage of your car often, then if you find it incorrect
And the milage has jumped higher than it should at least you have a backup
That way saves manually editing 16 locations in and eeprom and having issues with the check sum. If you ever find your self stuck with check sum try 00 00.
For those car ‘designers’ eg BMW you could at least just put a 93C06
EEPROM in DIL socket holder on back of clocks, then have a second back up eeprom
On a circuit that is isolated until after 30 seconds of engine running.
That way if the milage does become in correct you can get it very close to the correct milage.
Even your volvo with milage in doors & merc with milage in sests and battery terminals get incorrect.
To reset milage in battery terminal on merc, disconnect with engine running.
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