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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 02-16-2008, 07:35 PM Thread Starter
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Rolling forward an odometer...

Anyone every had an odometer rolled forward?

I am looking into getting a new set of gauges but was wondering how much it would cost to get the odometer set to the correct mileage.

Any experience?

Thanks!

EDIT: FORWARD not back! Just double checked.

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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 02-16-2008, 08:27 PM
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Some states have a special place on the title for odometer changes... Manually changing any odometer is illegal AFAIK...
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Some states have a special place on the title for odometer changes... Manually changing any odometer is illegal AFAIK...
I know there are shops that are (I believe) monitored by the state police, that can legally change an odometer for you. I am sure getting it moved forward is much less of a hassle than moving it back but I just want to know how much it will cost me.
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I know there are shops that are (I believe) monitored by the state police, that can legally change an odometer for you. I am sure getting it moved forward is much less of a hassle than moving it back but I just want to know how much it will cost me.
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Fixed your title.

Your dealerships should have the software and connections to alter milage for such things.




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Fixed your title.

Your dealerships should have the software and connections to alter milage for such things.
Thanks for the fix.

I will check with the local shop/dealership and see if they can fix it. Thanks!
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Simple with a cable speedo/odo all you need is a drill. Electronic I have no idea...
I will see if that works. Thanks!
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If its for your 1992... it wouldn't be electric it would probably be cable driven.. then yes that may work.




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