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Great car until it hit 128k
by Cruiser from Iowa | August 21, 2007
The car was running great. The DOHC V6 is excellent. It has the power of a V8 with the fuel economy of a 4cyl. The only thing is without warning kaboom! The oil pump went and took with it the engine. Spit chunks all over the highway. Sad day. Will keep it though because I like the car and will put a new engine in it. When I do I am also going to get a really good oil pump.