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On older vehicles like this, the ONLY place the mileage is kept is the odometer. There is no computer or control module in the vehicle that it is stored at. If the odometer is melted beyond being able to take apart and read, then the nearest you could figure the mileage is on your vehicle's title. It has the mileage listed at time of sale. Then guestimate from that as to what the current mileage was.
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