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I don't know how to read the mileage on my crown vic, 1989?

I have had this car for about a month. I know where the mileage is supposed to be read from, but I don't know how many numbers are included when doing so. I know the rolling number is part of it, but that's it. Help! Trying to get ready to sell.

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All numbers should be included.
The "rolling number" is tenths of a mile.
123,456.7 miles.
Since it is a 94, im assuming it has 100,000 Miles PLUS.
If there are only 5 digits (plus the "rolling number" and it reads 87,654.3 check the first two digits (8+7) to lign up in a straight line.
If the 8 is higher than the 7, the car actually has 187,654.3 miles.
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