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can anyone tell me if the odometer starts back at zero at 100.000 miles or does it count past 100,000 miles??
 

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If the odometer uses rotating cylinders, the unit will go back to zero. If it is electronic, it will keep recording.
 

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So ho can you find out if it has five or six digits?? my car is a 1998 toyota Corolla VE..
 

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yours has 6. if it's got a digital dash(and i know yours does), i promise you it's got 6 digits...we're not back in the 50's. ;)
 
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falnfenix said:
yours has 6. if it's got a digital dash(and i know yours does), i promise you it's got 6 digits...we're not back in the 50's. ;)
even my 89 corolla has 6 :)
 

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well it's not from the 50s, is it? :p:
 

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Yeah, if it's digital, it won't reset. The only ones you have to worry about are the "rotating" number ones. Personally, I'd never buy a car that had an odometer that would reset itself at 100,000 miles. There's just no way to be sure whether it's turned over or not.
 
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