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Did you change the Timing belt and water pump at 105k miles, since you said that you have always change your oil? Also do you change your oil at the recommended intervals (3k for conventional oil and 5k for synthetic oil)? If you did not, then that may have been why the Motor went bad. When the Timing belt breaks inside the engine, it messes up the inside of the engine (pistons etc).Report it
Why 4.5 stars for a car you describe as completely falling apart after 100k miles?Report it
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