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Old 07-23-2007, 12:30 PM
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92,000 on my 2004 accord
 
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105000
 
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Old 07-23-2007, 02:23 PM
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118,000 on the 2000 LX
115,000 on the '95 V6
 
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10,600
 
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Old 07-23-2007, 05:28 PM
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To add some more value to this post can everyone post how much they've had to spend in actuall repairs on their vehicle to this point? Standard maintence aside.

I've got nothing into my 94 accord
81 Civic about $400 (plugs,cap,rotor,fuel filter,fuel pump, fuel relay(waste of money...), clutch, pressure plate, throwout bearing)
 
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UPDATE

380500 km. Cheers from Dartmouth NS. Canada

Jim

Bought for $2500 at 275000 km. Spent the following to bring it back to new condition (all figures in Cdn $):

$2000 - minor sandblast & full paint job - original paint refreshedwith 2x clear coat;
$1000 - brake work - full disc brake pads all-round, calipers all-round (discs, not calipers - my error), upper control arms replaced;
$300 - radiator replaced;
$400 - timing belt & water pump replaced;
$200 - catalytic converter replaced;
$900 - fuel tank, fuel lines, oil panreplaced;
$200 - rear O2 sensor replaced (don't ever waste your money on a used one...[:@])

Also replaced the usual sensors (used parts) Main relay, DRL relay...

Had a major problem with carbon buildup in the engine intake manifold which caused mysterious stalling issues. Fixed for free by my shop by removing & fully cleaning intake & all vacuum lines...

As you can see, I like this car; however it runs like new & I don't have car payments....LOL

Jim
 
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Around 90k.
 
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Old 07-23-2007, 09:14 PM
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well Jim's winning the most engine miles and im winning the most chassis miles.
 
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i'll update mine too...

10,600

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