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Old 08-31-2004, 03:01 PM   #1
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Anyone Use Auto Saver Electronic Rust Control?

I live in a very corrosive climate that uses salt on the roads during the winter months (up to 5 months of the year) and rust protection is a must. The dealer says that spray on rust protection will void my rust perforation warranty because it may defeat the factory applied rust protection. I've come across a product called Auto Saver, that appears to be some electronic device that places a charge on the grounded metal and prevents corrosion.
Anyone hear, use or have any related experience with this form of corrosion protection?
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