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Should i replace audi 2008 a4 thermostat along with timing belt and water pump 120,000 miles


I would - but the timing belt would be overdue at 120K if a 2.0L engine. From the service interval linked below:

"At 110K miles (175,000 km) replace timing belt (2.0L engine only). Check condition of timing belt tensioning system, dampening pulleys, and idler pulleys and replace if necessary (2.0L engine only)."


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Uneven tire wear,uneven tire pressure, wrong application tire, can cause tire grabbing with no bad road condition,with a 175,000 mile you may have gotton a alignment somewhere in its lifetime, and after the alignment, was a zero point calibration performed? To compensate for worn suspension, The zero point calibration if for the steering rate and Yaw sensor.and as for ABS sensor it generates it own signal,and it does wear out at different rate,and this is the main cause of brake grabbing,

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I have a 2003 GMC Envoy with 175,000 miles. I change the oil regularly and had a tune up ar 90,000 miles which included a sparkplug change. What maintenance should i do now to keep my vehicle running...


Rear end lube should be changed , Timing belt and other belts should be inspected for wear and changed as well...
Most any decent shop will inspect the vehicle for worn out parts when they service it... ( one of the percs of paying someone else to do the oil change). Have them do the free 27 point service inspection...

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Service light is on in 2001 Cavalier, how can I read this to find the reason. Have checked all the regular items and fluids. Could this just be a mileage item as it was when the car was going on 100,000?...


The service light, means that your computer pick up a bad signal from your engine sensor, any auto parts or Autozone can pull code from you computer, for free, get back with us with the trouble code number, so we can help you diag.it, hope this was very helpful.

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2000 chevy 2500 with 175,000 miles and the service engine light soon keeps coming on. Also there is a chirping sound when I accelerate. Just had the serpentine belt replaced and the issues stopped for a...


Readjust the Serpentine belt as the solution for the chirping sound. The check engine light could be a lot of things. Take it to the local Auto parts store and ask them to read the fault code for you. It is most likely the O2 sensor needing replaced and is an easy fix.

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The check engine light came on and there was a


175,000 on a Civic is nothing.... this car is barely broken in. I'm not sure about an injector line hitting hood sounds like the fuel rail may have hit the hood ... but as long as the rail wasn't damaged or dented it should work. If you haven't already, have the vehicle scanned for codes. This will help you determine whats going on with it. Can't give you a price until I know whats wrong.

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Timing chain How often does the timing chain need to be replaced???  2002 BMW 745i 118,000 kms


I don't think they have a service interval. They usually last a long time. I would guess 150,000 to 175,000 miles. Or about 250,000 km

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I don't have a service manual, and my Durango has 175,000 miles I don't know what services to perform?


J.C Whitney is most likley place to get a service manuel. There are several different manuels available.
MOTORS MANUEL used to be one of the most popular.

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Please buy trans-x from autozone or which ever parts store and put in transmission. I had the same problem, used trans-x and its been three years...goodluck

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Timing chain ford windstar 98


You can usually get a long life out of these. 150,000 to 175,000 miles

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