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post #1 of 13 Old 09-17-2009, 12:11 PM Thread Starter
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I am wanting to order but does anyone else know what else might be coming along to be added mid year on the 2SS? The recent addition of the back up sensor is nice, but whom might know what else is coming? The wife wants to wait until the next model year because of challenges the first year run, but I would like to beat any increases that are most probable on the horizon.
I have to tell you that I am not too thrilled about the comments about loose bolts and oil leaks. Sounds like somebody is asleep at the switch. Hopefully few and far between?
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any changes for the 2011's would just be speculation at this point. I don't think they'll be anything major...maybe just HUD, but that'll also probably bring a small price increase.

I wouldn't worry about the loose bolts and oil leaks you are referring to. I know the loose spoiler bolts was quickly addressed at the factory. I have not heard of any major oil leak problems. You have to understand that these message-boards are full of passionate enthusiasts... so when there's a problem, you're gonna hear about it. Considering there's probably close to 50k built, the problems we are hearing about do not seem to be in large #'s.

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just a sucking device that comes out of the center of steering wheel...and better synthetic blinker fluid

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just a sucking device that comes out of the center of steering wheel...and better synthetic blinker fluid
WTH?!
When did they come out w/ synthetic?

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just recently,the old stuff was leaking

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... why wasn't i informed of this?

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just a sucking device that comes out of the center of steering wheel...and better synthetic blinker fluid
I'll be stopping by my dealership tomorrow, mine didn't come with synthetic.

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I need to get my cd rewinder changed.. maybe i'll start running 10w-40 through.

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Not having good luck in the curb finders that they installed. They are suppose to be adjustable to high speed and low speed.
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