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It wasn't so long ago that drivers stood a chance of being able to fix a whole range of problems under the hood on their own.

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You didn't even have to be mechanic to have some idea of what was going on.

Now, cars are basically rolling computers, and every driver dreads seeing the "check engine" light come on.

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It's just a vague warning light that could mean anything. It could be that the gas cap is loose, or it could be that something costly needs to be replaced. Either way, you usually have to go to the mechanic to figure it out.

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And when you do take your ride into the shop, you're pretty much at the mechanic's mercy.

You just have to hope you have a good one who knows what they're doing and hasn't been featured in a local news investigation on shady repair shops. 

This is where FIXD comes in — it's a device that plugs into your car and puts the power back into your own hands. 

A little box that fits into the palm of your hand attaches to your car's computer and feeds all that "check engine" info to an app on your phone.

If you need FIXD in your car, don't hesitate to order yours right now through this link!

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You don't need a fancy new car for the FIXD sensor to work with, either.

It attaches to the on-board diagnostics port, which every car made after 1996 needs to have. 

The sensor talks to the car's computer systems, monitors everything that's going on under the hood, and will alert the app on your phone if anything has gone wrong enough to set off that dreaded "check engine" light. 

And it doesn't cloud the problem in technical language — you get clear info on the problem, color-coded for the severity, and notes on how the problem can affect your car.

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With that info, you can make a better decision about fixing it yourself, calling up a relative who claims to know what every little engine knock means, or trying your luck with a mechanic after all.

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You know best what you feel comfortable with.

And FIXD isn't just for the problems that crop up out of the blue — it also keeps track of your regular maintenance for things like oil changes and tire rotation.

All based on the factory recommendations, of course. 

If you're ready to close the deal, click on this link to order your FIXD sensor right now!

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Those reminders can be incredibly handy.

For the record, here's an engine that went more than 80,000 miles without an oil change. That's going to be one expensive repair!

Got more than one car in your driveway? That's not an issue for FIXD. It can keep track of multiple cars.

Put a sensor in all your cars, and you still only need one account to manage the data for each one. 

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That adds up to peace of mind for the entire family — yeah, you can track the condition of your spouse's car and your kids' cars remotely.

If your loved ones breakdown in a remote area, you'll know as soon as it happens, with clear, specific details on the problem.

Folks who have tried FIXD love it. 

Folks who have tried FIXD love it.
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The savings really add up when you don't have to shell out money to mechanics just to diagnose problems that are easy to clear up. Really, FIXD pays for itself quickly.

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Join the people who are taking back control of their cars and order your FIXD sensor today

Join the people who are taking back control of their cars and order your FIXD sensor today!
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