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This is my post from about a year ago. Since I posted this, the water valve (I don't even know what that is...has something to do with the heat/ac system) had to be replaced, then the windshield wiper jets because they were both leaking, then the Vanos line, then the alternator, and finally the lock in the driver door. Oh, and I had to buy a new $180 key because when the alternator went out, it fried the microchip in the old key. All in all, I have put over $6000 into a car I paid $9000 for and have only put 12,000 miles on in 2 yearsReport it
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