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HEY GUYS, IS THERE ANY RECALLS I SHOULD HAVE TAKEN CARE NOW I'VE GOT AN 04. I HAVE NOT HEARD OF ANY THUS FAR OR I HAVE NOT BEEN WATCHING FOR THEM
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I have never herd of any. Just the strut rub problem and gauge cluster TSB.
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I have never herd of any. Just the strut rub problem and gauge cluster TSB.
What do you mean by gauge cluster TSB?? I have an 06 M6. Should i pay attention to this too??
Any responses would be greatly appreciated
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If you gauges go crazy like, the speedometer acts eraticly, and the tack is reading way off, You should bring it in and get it fixed. It happened to me twice so I brought it in and they fixed it.
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That was just a problem with 04's right?

06 Brazen Orange Metallic M6 18's SAP Grilles
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Maybe. Just something to be aware of.
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If you gauges go crazy like, the speedometer acts eraticly, and the tack is reading way off, You should bring it in and get it fixed. It happened to me twice so I brought it in and they fixed it.
HAVENT EXPERIENCED THAT PROBLEM YET, BUT THANKS FOR THE HEADS UP!
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