Change car value to 'track automatically'

I have a car I added to Mint several years ago.  I would like to take advantage of the track value automatically feature.

My problem is, when I try to change the car's value to 'track automatically', Mint adds a new car instead of updating the value of my existing car.

How can I fix this?


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Unfortunately, there is currently no way to change from manual tracking to automatic tracking of a car's value (or vice versa). The suggestions that Mint Maggie offered do not apply to accounts on the "Other" tab in Mint like cars, as there is no way to mark them as "Closed." Hiding the accounts is also not useful, as with either hiding option ("Budgets and Trends" or "Everywhere") the account is hidden for your entire history, and so your assets will be lower for the entire time the car was tracked in Mint.

Long story short: if you want to keep the history, you're stuck with either manual tracking or automatic tracking - whichever you started with for a given asset.

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