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Old 08-15-2013, 01:53 AM
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Hi everybody,
I am new to this forum. I own a 1999 ALTIMA GLE with 199,000 miles on it. I bought the car when it had 65,000 miles on it and it has been very good to me. This is my 27th vehicle that I have owned since I purchased my first car in 1978. Because of this I have gotten pretty good at doing much of my own work on my cars until this one. My first 18 years of vehicle ownership I was in the USAF and had access to the base MWR garage. Now, city and apartment living (local statutes and codes) limits me to the kind of work that I can do on my own.
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Old 07-13-2015, 10:32 AM
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Hello folks I am new on this sit.
I was trying to post a question and it wouldn't accept my post saying I had to many tags.
I don't know what they mean by to many tags.
I guess I am not smart enough to use this forum....BUCKY
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Old 07-13-2015, 03:48 PM
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I was trying to post a question and it wouldn't accept my post saying I had to many tags.
I don't know what they mean by to many tags.
I guess I am not smart enough to use this forum....BUCKY
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Old 12-17-2015, 11:19 AM
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Hello all,
I have a 2012 Nissan Rogue(11,550 miles, so l plan on having it a long time). I really love the vehicle. I've even done a bit of trail running with it. I was surprised at the performance. However, mud gets in everything. Lol. I don't beat it. I bought Juke rims for it, and it looks great.

My second car, back in the early 80's was a 72' Datsun 280z with 145,000. I had it for many years, and put about 220,000 on it. I replace the manual transmission in it at about 160000 miles. Other than that I really didn't have any problems other than obviously brakes and tires, plus a few carb adjustments. One day l was going down a hill, and the person in front of me slammed on her brakes, so l did the same. I stopped the Z, but put my foot through the floor. It was rotted out. I later learned the person who owned it(I bought it in southern VA) was in a flood in the mountains of SC, while on vacation, and never said anything about it. The whole floor was rotted, l should have had more suspicions when it had new carpet and upholstery seats. He said it was customised. I liked it that way..
Anyway it was a great car, I put lots of miles on her, and got her very cheap anyway.. I parted her out, and got a nissan pathfinder, which l had until l got the Rogue in April. I sold the pathfinder to my nephew, young college kid. I wanted him to have reliable transportation and I know he loves to run trails. I would have bought an Xterra, but the wife told me l needed to think about my back. It was broken in a accident in 92' l was in college and a passenger in a friends challenger. He had a friend of his drive us home, as the designated driver, and he lost control of it hitting cobblestone road in Pittsburgh and hit a telephone pole right where I was sitting in the car. It was totaled, and my spine was burst fractured. I'm walking now, and that's a blessing. So, that's another story(If asked I'll tell the whole story) Anyway (I say that often, so apologies up front) .. Glad to be here.
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Old 06-30-2017, 10:44 AM
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Hello all, noob here to the site, thought I'd stop in and say howdy.
I own a 99 Pathfinder with the 3.3 Auto 4X4 with just shy of 200K miles.
Been a great rig with minor issues until yesterday. My only complaint with it sine I purchased it is the fuel mileage.
I'm hoping I can be of some help to others in here, and I look forward to getting help that I need.
Thanks, all.
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