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When I recently traded my 1999 Sienna for a 2006 Corolla S, my 13 mile drive to work became a mile or two "shorter". I'm thinking the problem is with the Corolla's odometer, but it's possible it was with the Sienna's Can you suggest a solution? Thanks.

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I would first take your car in to a tire shop and make sure you have the correct size wheel and tire on the Corolla. If its correct it may have been wrong on the Sienna. If those were correct as well most likely the odo on the Sienna was the bad one. They have gotten far more accurate and reliable over the last 10 years.

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