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Old 03-18-2012, 05:24 PM   #26
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You do understand you're quoting someone from 11 years ago, correct?
Yes; and 11 years from now, when somebody is trying to figure out how the MPT system works and this thread is still indexed by Google, then maybe this person will avoid falling victim to the little piece of disinformation I was responding to.

There are literally millions of cars driving around with MPT transmissions. People will be researching specific questions on these devices for years to come.
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Old 01-15-2022, 08:58 AM   #27
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Yes; and 11 years from now, when somebody is trying to figure out how the MPT system works and this thread is still indexed by Google, then maybe this person will avoid falling victim to the little piece of disinformation I was responding to.

There are literally millions of cars driving around with MPT transmissions. People will be researching specific questions on these devices for years to come.
Itís 2022 and Iím researching the capabilities of the 4EAT ! Thanks for posting a decade ago!
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