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I have a 2003 Yukon XL with 70K miles. What maintenance is required.

The auto has been taken good care of as far as lube, oil and filters, but is there anything major that needs to be looked at now.

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I had the transmission serviced, new filter and fluid, noticed a world of difference in how the transmission shifts thru the power range. This was done at around 130k miles, Good Luck!

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Coolant flush and fill.. differential oil changed out ( assuming you have done trans service already also ) .. driveline (u-joints) and steering linkage lubed , fuel filter(s)..and all belts /hoses inspected ... have fun :)

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Required maintenance


Replace the spark plugs at 60,000 miles

Replace the timing belt at 90,000 miles

Change the auto trans fluid every 30,000 miles

Change the coolant at 60,000 miles

Replace the air filter every 15,000 miles.

That is about it. Not much else is required.

Thanks for choosing FixYa for assistance, a FixYa rating (4 blue diamonds) would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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