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SSR drivers are asked to visit the dealership as soon as possible.

Under unfavorable conditions, the camshaft lighting may fail, which leads to a higher gas consumption.
while they are doing this recall, the piston return springs should also be tightened
 

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SSR drivers are asked to visit the dealership as soon as possible.

Under unfavorable conditions, the camshaft lighting may fail, which leads to a higher gas consumption.
while they are doing this recall, the piston return springs should also be tightened
Just yesterday they changed my camshaft bulb to the new LED model. They said I should get 32 MPG in city driving now. But the dealership said nothing about the springs...think I can wait a month or two?
 

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love that mileage and i think you are safe but not more than 2 months
 

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torque

Remember, only a left hand torque wrench works when adjusting the piston return springs!
 
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