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Old 23 Apr 2011, 02:03 pm
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Hello, i have a "in general" question.... what is the life span of a PTC ? im thinking of buying a 2002 touring edition. it has 141000 miles on it and i think it needs rotors and the the window switches needs replaced, also it has a slight rev to it when it first starts..what could that be???? just want to make sure im getting a good car suv. just thought i would ask you guys and gals since ya seem to know your pt's. please help me make a good choice!!!
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Old 23 Apr 2011, 02:08 pm
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There's another person who just joined and asked about the same question. Here's the thread.

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Old 23 Apr 2011, 02:11 pm
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welcome to the forum ,at that mileage find out if the timing belt and water pump was replaced along with the pulleys , and find out when was the last trans. filter and trans. oil change , the life span on a cruiser with proper maint.done at the recommend intervals should last as long as you want to keep
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crewzin you typed faster this time
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