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1998 toyota tacoma has 165000 miles, what services would help it

It has lost some power over the years. i have done all the regular maintenance but i am wondering what would help to regain some power an help to avoid problems in the future

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Drive it regularly and keep up with the maintenance as you have. I have an '88 Toyota P/U with 70,000 mi. on it and though it did sit up for a good while, regular maintenance has kept it running.
Power? Check the timing and if it is off replace the timing chain. That is all you can do, honestly.
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