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150,000 mile service for a 1999 Pontiac Grand Am SE??

What all should be involved in a serive for a 150,000 mile tune up on a Pontiac Grand AM (1999)? I called around and all the shops told me it would cost around a $1000.

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150,000 you should have the brakes checked, check brake lines, tune up (spark plugs, wiers, air filter, ect.) rotate your tiers replace if needed, oil change, be sure to change your cabbin filter to, most people don't know that their car has a cabin filter. The shop should tell you exactly what they would do to it.

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