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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
dont jinx ur self whatever ur doing maintenance wise is good u cant determine how long a vehicle is going to last / to many variables-how u drive -where u drive -road types -weather -environment -how u maintain it -
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
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Posted on Jun 25, 2010
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The best service you can give your transmission is as follows: Drain and refill the transmission at 30,000 miles. Flush the transmission at 60,000 miles, drain and refill at 90,000, and flush it again at 120,000 miles. That is the same recommendation that I give my customers in our Toyota service department. Following that maintenance schedule, we do not have any transmission failures.
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Posted on Jul 22, 2010
If you have owned the vehicle for some time and have kept up with regular service intervals you only need to do minor work... oil change, transfer case fluid change, front end lube and check everything over. Often though along the way, service intervals become blurred by individual repairs. (example: if your water pump was replaced, the coolant was likewise changed therefore at the next service requiring coolant replacement it's too early to do that) Considering that, or, if you are a new owner, it's wise to give yourself a new "baseline" by replacing ALL the fluids (including power steering and brake fluid), ignition wires, cap, rotor, plugs, carefully inspecting belts and hoses etc.
After doing that, you can reliably follow the routine schedule, keeping notes on what was done and when.
Posted on Nov 27, 2010
It depends on the area you are in as labor rates are different in different states and areas. The labor guide just to do the timing belt on the vehicle is 3.5 hours. then of course you would have the cost of the parts. Hope this helped you.
Posted on Jan 26, 2011
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