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How to replace a manafold gasket on a 2007 suzuki farenza?

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cheapest diesel/petrol oil you can buy 20/50 or 10/40 synthetic or natural ,change oil every 6000 and a oil filter every third oil change and it will run forever ,Do not use long life oils or listen to so called experts with clean fingernails -fleet mechanic here and i do know what lasts and and what doesnt ,changing oil at this mileage keeps the clag and acids down if you strip a engine at 500,000 miles you will see what i mean .

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