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    Just passed 90k. Kelly can you do a write up of cleaning the grounds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bryanintowson View Post
    Just passed 90k. Kelly can you do a write up of cleaning the grounds?
    Hi Bryan,

    Here is my original description from a while back: http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/showt...ight=Grounding

    There was another member who did the same procedure including photos too, but I wasn't able to find that post.

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    I've got 102,000 on my 2012 Fiat 500 Pop. I bought it from some guy who only put 600 miles on it and traded it in because it was an impulse buy and he realized it was too small. I paid 12K back in 2012 and I absolutely love this car. I've gone through a few door handles and a rear wheel bearing but that's about it. I do remember a few small issues that were fixed during the warranty period but nothing major. I change the oil when the indicator tells me to and that's about it. The car has been very dependable and looks brand new inside and out. I'm retired so I spend a lot of time on my vehicles. It's been a great car. I'm hoping for 200,000 miles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrington View Post
    I've got 102,000 on my 2012 Fiat 500 Pop. I bought it from some guy who only put 600 miles on it and traded it in because it was an impulse buy and he realized it was too small. I paid 12K back in 2012 and I absolutely love this car. I've gone through a few door handles and a rear wheel bearing but that's about it. I do remember a few small issues that were fixed during the warranty period but nothing major. I change the oil when the indicator tells me to and that's about it. The car has been very dependable and looks brand new inside and out. I'm retired so I spend a lot of time on my vehicles. It's been a great car. I'm hoping for 200,000 miles.
    So would you purchase another one tomorrow if for some reason you needed or wanted another car
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    My 2012 Sport (Prima): Original owner, I'm at 73,000.

    Only issues so far: the wire harnessing fraying on the hatch at 50k and a new thermostat at 60k. I won't count the rear washer fluid disconnect.

    I do fear, though, that my clutch will need replacing soon. No slipping but there's a screech when I press the pedal. Thoughts welcome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prima148 View Post
    My 2012 Sport (Prima): Original owner, I'm at 73,000.

    Only issues so far: the wire harnessing fraying on the hatch at 50k and a new thermostat at 60k. I won't count the rear washer fluid disconnect.

    I do fear, though, that my clutch will need replacing soon. No slipping but there's a screech when I press the pedal. Thoughts welcome.
    Usually screeching/squeaking when you press the pedal is due to a throwout bearing on the way out.
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    I've owned my car for 1 year and still haven't hit 1000 miles :-(

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    Quote Originally Posted by ice445 View Post
    Usually screeching/squeaking when you press the pedal is due to a throwout bearing on the way out.

    Yes. So I'm gathering. What seems unclear to me are next steps. Replace everything (since you're already in there) seems to be the answer, but repairs on manuals are new for me (despite driving this for 6+ years).

    (to prevent hijack we can take this offline if you'll indulge me. Thanks!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prima148 View Post
    Yes. So I'm gathering. What seems unclear to me are next steps. Replace everything (since you're already in there) seems to be the answer, but repairs on manuals are new for me (despite driving this for 6+ years).

    (to prevent hijack we can take this offline if you'll indulge me. Thanks!)
    Welp, you gotta fish the trans out for starters, which takes a while on these cars. Then once you've done that, everything is accessible. Replace it all so you don't have to come back, and examine your rear main seal closely for leaks, since you won't get another time to do it. You'll also need an alignment tool for the clutch disc and pressure plate.
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