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I have a 2008 Avenger, we have had it for 16 months, it should have 15,000 miles,the digital odometer shows 35,000 miles,had it to 3 dealers, they can't find a problem?

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Are you sure this is a US spec car or was it a canadian car that the dash is in km instead of miles. Another posibility is that the instrument cluster has been replaced with one out of another car. Newer clusters must be replaced with new units and programed for that particular vehicle. Hope this helps.

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