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All i need is the mpg, i just bought it, its a 3.0

I have an 92 ply acclaim 3.0, do you know my mpg??

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  • kennyd56 May 24, 2009

    thank you very much ,,it is in good shape for having 200.000 on it



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If all is well, and within reasonable shape & mileage, 25-30 shouldn't be out of reach on highway at normal speeds.

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    Mike Butler May 24, 2009

    One of the good things about it, you can do a trouble code scan just by cycling the key. I'd be tempted to do a scan first, and if any old codes come up, I'd disconnect battery for a short time then re-attach, to erase any that were there, just so you have a fresh start. That way if any come up later, you know it's been since you've owned it. If your not sure how to do your own scan, you simply cycle key on, off, on, off, on and leave it in on position.(not start) Then watch the check engine light for flashes. Count flashes, then pause, then flash again. Always 2 digit number for example: 2 flashes,pause, then 2 more flashes is code 22. Or , 3 flashes, pause then 3 more is 33. When you get 55, that's the end of message. If you get any, write them down, and let see what you get. Some codes don't necessarily mean there's a problem so don't panic until you see what the code means. For example code 12, means battery has been disconnected lately, or has gone dead for one reason or another.



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