? i want change my obometer

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Offline diny01

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« on: 31/05/2010 10:44:28 »
Everyone ,

i have an old Honda 2005.
i want change odometer.
Honda CR-V LX 4WD 5-Spd AT .
2.4L I4 160HP 22/27 mpg
but i donot know which tool can help me ?
which is best , which company is good ?
but my friend tell me this tool can help me.


this is my first buy that tool, so i hope i can get more suggest for everyone
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« Last Edit: 31/05/2010 21:06:30 by Geezer »


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« Reply #1 on: 31/05/2010 22:04:45 »
Odometer fraud, also referred to as "busting miles" or "clocking"  (UK and Ireland) is the illegal practice of rolling back odometers  to make it appear that vehicles have lower mileage than they actually do. Odometer fraud occurs when the seller of a vehicle falsely represents the actual mileage of a vehicle to the buyer.

Common examples of odometer fraud include situations where someone tampers with the odometer by rolling it back, replacing the odometer and failing to provide the required notice on the vehicle


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« Reply #2 on: 01/06/2010 07:22:21 »
When buying a used vehicle, it's probably a good idea to try to estimate the vehicle's mileage based on its condition without even looking at the odometer. If it turns out your estimate is in agreement with the odometer, you might consider buying it. If it's not, don't even think about buying it.
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