For research purposes only

Then again, he’d pretty much have to say that, wouldn’t he?

[H]ow can one get in contact with an expert who can roll back the odometer on a 2010 or 2011 Nissan Pathfinder (digital odometer) and not get caught when the lease is up? Is there an instrument / procedure that one can use in order to change the display on the digital odometer such that the odometer reflects less than 39,000 miles when the vehicle’s lease has expired?

Please discuss this procedure or if you feel more comfortable, send me a private note describing this procedure and how to find a local expert who would be capable and willing to do this for a fee and it’s critical that this modification NOT be recognizable to the parties involved when returning the leased vehicle.

Thank you, in advance, for providing me with such helpful educational material that IN NO WAY would be used for illegal purposes nor fraud of any sort.

I need to boil this down to a metalaw, or at least a metacorollary, to supplement the existing wisdom: “When the first thing they tell you is ‘We are a legitimate business,’ run like hell.”


  1. fillyjonk »

    6 June 2011 · 3:04 pm

    I’d tell him to go watch the last 10 minutes or so of “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” and go DIY himself.

  2. McGehee »

    6 June 2011 · 4:52 pm

    They should make odometer-tampering legal, but so expensive it’s not worth the trouble.

  3. Dan B »

    7 June 2011 · 2:46 pm

    It’ll be easier to generate a small EMP and blame it on terrorists.

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