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Old 03-31-2010
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95-4 cyl..odo quit and general ?s

so i picked up a cheap commuter truck last night. a 95,4cyl,5spd, no power w/ac.. best of all- factory cassette! :) its a shyt box but drives fine and good on gas and the head gasket just got replaced...
only real issue is the odometer/tripometer quit working- no i dont really care about the mileage, but if i can get it running again it would be handy.. also is there any little things to do for bette mpg or power ( i know itll still be a dog, but if a few little adjustments can help it out a bit getting to speed it wouldnt hurt)
thanks for any input
-matt
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