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What could be wrong when you press the gas and it shows you going at 40 but it feels like you going at 20

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That is a fun question, never seen that in 10k posts.
first a joke:
put down the beer,

so, get a GPS or Tomtom or free navigator on CEL.
see true GPS speed.
what happens now?

Posted on Oct 20, 2013

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