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Piston Slap: Embracing the Tempo’s Inner Allegro?

Chris writes: I was wondering where to get advice for a free car I’m about to acquire … The car in question: a 1991 Ford Tempo LX with a four-banger and automatic transmission — not exactly a racer or show car. My dad used it as a work beater for the last 13 years so he […] The post Piston Slap: Embracing the Tempo’s Inner Allegro? appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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