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My Accord 97

Hi , I've Honda Accord Cielo VTEC2.2 97.. I've used about 10 years and now , the machine working sound is so hardly and very rude like very very old car.. Please solve my problem yeah.. Thank You.

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What exactly is the problem with your car? it sounds like your car is being rude.

1. Tell your car to be nice.
2. Send it to kindergarten.

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