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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockabilly Manta View Post
    Sorry for my comment and thank you for photos and work what you did.
    I never heard story in EU workshops, forums and groups anything about any problems caused by octanes.

    I have found in my research that old models have problems with oil pumps and low or no pressure at all. Without pressure, the pulley can be damaged in one second, such as "flying" bearings and piston rings.
    New models got electric pump.

    As Inuvik says:"Change your CVT fluid and filter and you'll be fine".
    No worries. Don't worry, I'm not as retarded as some of my post's are.
    Quote Originally Posted by fred101 View Post
    Pardon me Mr. Fummins

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    So, because I rotated my hubcaps clockwise instead of counter-clockwise, my CVT is going to fail tomorrow??? Can I save it by throwing away a hubcap?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stecoop View Post
    So, because I rotated my hubcaps clockwise instead of counter-clockwise, my CVT is going to fail tomorrow??? Can I save it by throwing away a hubcap?
    No, but if you put stripes on you'll gain 50hp!

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    Quote Originally Posted by inuvik View Post
    No, but if you put stripes on you'll gain 50hp!
    And a KOOL new look!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Griff151 View Post
    Personally I just dont think the miles to years is there yet. Inknow of a few 100k plus outlander sports. The few othwr mirage owners I know are barely pushing 50k
    I've got 130k on a 2015 with CVT and still going strong. It started its life as a rental car, I've had it for the last 100k. Done the fluid swap (via dipstick) once, going to do it again this weekend. Need to read up on the filter and see if I can do that as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NorCalPhil View Post
    I've got 130k on a 2015 with CVT and still going strong. It started its life as a rental car, I've had it for the last 100k. Done the fluid swap (via dipstick) once, going to do it again this weekend. Need to read up on the filter and see if I can do that as well.
    Keep us updated please. Great to hear your car is doing well.



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