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What kind of service at 120000 miles


All of the following:
  1. Change all fluids including coolant, brake fluid, power steering fluid, transmission fluid, and crankcase oil. I would strongly recommend increasing the viscosity of your crankcase oil at this point, and use higher viscosity oil from now on. Change the oil every 3000 miles from now on as well.
  2. Replace oil filter and transmission filter.
  3. OVER-LUBRICATE (really) all lubrication points on the suspension, pushing out and wiping off as much old grease as you can. Inspect all bushings for signs of cracking, wear, or chapping.
  4. Perform a MAJOR TUNE-UP, replacing spark plugs, wires, and coil packs.
  5. Check all brake systems for signs of wear and proper operation.
  6. Re-pack all wheel bearings, inspecting them for excessive wear or failure.
  7. Check front tires for uneven wear. Perform a front-end alignment if there is any uneven wear or cupping on the front tires.
  8. Rotate tires, inspecting wheels for cracks or other damage.
  9. Check all lights and signals for proper operation and full illumination.
  10. Use penetrating oil on the battery connections to eliminate and prevent oxidation of the terminals.
  11. Lubricate all power window mechanisms, door latches, door hinges, and power seat mechanisms.
  12. Lubricate hood release, trunk release, and any other hinges in the vehicle.
  13. Use electric-safe penetrating oil (such as WD-40) on all switches, wiping off excess lubricant.
  14. Go a little crazy with the penetrating oil on anything that moves or pivots, again wiping off any excess.
  15. Tighten anything loose on the interior.
  16. Clean the throttle body using OXYGEN SENSOR SAFE throttle body cleaner (if you're unfamiliar with the correct procedure, look it up or ask me).
  17. Replace the fuel filter.
  18. Add a bottle of FUEL INJECTOR CLEANER to the tank. Don't add any more fuel until the tank is nearly empty.
  19. Check the operation of the shocks/struts, and replace as necessary.
  20. Check for engine codes and correct any identified errors.
That should keep you busy for awhile :) It's worth it.

Jul 25, 2014 | 1999 Mercedes-Benz E-Class

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What are the necessary repairs for a 2002 S500 Mercedes with 91000 miles? What should your car be serviced for by this point


Hi, this really depends on its service history.

The following are the recommended service intervals on the Merc S500:

Note: operate A/C at least once per week, to maintain lubrication.

Underhood & Undervehicle

Every 3,000 miles - Replace engine oil & oil filter. Clean battery terminals. Adjust drive belt. Check power steering fluid. Check steering & CV BOOTS for wear and replace if necessary. Lubricate front end suspension.

Every 6,000 miles - Check transmission fluid condition and level. Check brake pads and caliper components - replace if necessary. Lubricate driveshaft U-joints. Rotate tires. Lubricate wiper arm linkage and pivots.

Every 12,000 miles - Adjust engine valve clearance. Replace distributor cap & rotor. Drain and replace engine Coolant. Replace Air Filter element. Replace Fuel Filter. Replace wiper blades.

Every 24,000 miles - Replace Drive Belt. Replace A/C Compressor Drive Belt. ** Change auto transmission fluid & trans filter (this is critical and must be adhered to) - preferrably do a trans flush at same time. Replace drive AXLE fluid.

Every 36,000 miles - Replace HT leads.

Every 2 years - Replace brake fluid (also clutch fluid if applicable). Replace power steering fluid.


** If you intend to keep this vehicle long term, then consider changing the trans fluid & filter every 20,000 miles. This is the secret to automatic transmission longevity.



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Jul 31, 2011 | 2002 Mercedes-Benz S-Class

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I need to buy some power steering fluid for my 2002 Cadillac diville where and what kind do i buy


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2002 Cadillac DeVille ' DeVille VIN K Service Manual ' General Information ' Maintenance and Lubrication ' Specifications ' Document ID: 792664 Fluid and Lubricant Recommendations Application
Fluid/Lubricant
Automatic Transaxle
DEXRON®-III Automatic Transmission Fluid
Chassis Lubricant
Chassis lubricant GM P/N 12377985 or equivalent lubricant meeting requirements of NLGI # 2, Category LB or GC-LB
Engine Coolant
50/50 mixture of clean, drinkable water and GM Goodwrench® DEX-COOL® or Havoline® DEX-COOL® Coolant
Engine Oil
Engine oil with the American Petroleum Institute Certified for Gasoline Engines "Starburst" symbol of the proper viscosity. To determine the preferred oil viscosity for the engine of this vehicle, refer to Explanation of Scheduled Services
Hinges, Hood and Door
Multi-Purpose Lubricant, Superlube® GM P/N 12346241 or (Canadian P/N 10953474) or equivalent
Hood Latch Assembly, Secondary Latch, Pivots, Spring Anchor and Release Pawl
Lubriplate®Lubricant Aerosol GM P/N 12346293 or (Canadian P/N 992723) or equivalent lubricant meeting requirements of NLGI # 2, Category LB or GC-LB
Hydraulic Brake System
Delco Supreme 11®Brake Fluid GM P/N 12377967 or (Canadian P/N 992667) or equivalent DOT-3 Brake Fluid
Key Lock Cylinders
Multi-Purpose Lubricant, Superlube® GM P/N 12346241 or (Canadian P/N 10953474) or equivalent
Parking Brake Cable Guides
Chassis Lubricant GM P/N 12377985 or equivalent lubricant meeting requirements of NLGI # 2, Category LB or GC-LB
Power Steering System
GM Power Steering Fluid GM P/N 1052884 or (Canadian P/N 993294) or 1050017 or (Canadian P/N 992646) or equivalent
Weatherstrip Conditioning
Dielectric Silicone Grease GM P/N 12345579 or (Canadian P/N 1974984) or equivalent
Windshield Washer Solvent
GM Optikleen® Washer Solvent GM P/N 1051515 or (Canadian P/N 993033) or equivalent

i would just stop by your local dealer for the correct fluid. part number is listed.

Jul 29, 2011 | 2002 Cadillac Deville

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What I need to do service D on my ML 350 2008 mercedes?


SERVICE B REPLACE CLEANER FILTER, INSPECT SERVICE BRAKE SYSTEM, REPLACE CABIN AIR FILTER, LUBRICATE DOOR HINGES AND LATCHES,REPLACE ENGINE OIL AND FILTER,INSPECT SERVICE EXTERIOR LAMPS, READ CLEAR FAULT CODES, TOP OFF FLUID LEVELS,LUBRICATE HOOD LOCKS, INSPECT SERVICE INTERIOR SWITCHES,INSPECT ADJUST PARKING BRAKE,RESET SERVICE INDICATOR LIGHT,INSPECT SERVICE STEERING AND SUSPENSION, LUBRICATE SUNROOF GLIDES,INSPECT ADJUST TIRES AIR PRESSURE,ADJUST LUBRICATE THROTTLE LINKAGE,REPLACE WINDSHIELD WIPERS.NOW 60000 MILES INTERVALS YOU NEED FLUSH BRAKE FLUID,FLUSH COOLANT,REPLACE FUEL FILTER,REPLACE POWER STEERING FLUID,REPLACE SPARK PLUGS,REPLACE TRANSMISSION FLUID AND FILTER.

May 25, 2011 | Mercedes-Benz ML350 Cars & Trucks

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What is required in the 90K & 105K services


Action: Description

Inspect Cooling system hoses
Torque Body Fasteners
Inspect Idle speed
Inspect Exhaust system heat shields
Inspect Fuel lines
Inspect Emission System
Torque Frame Fasteners
Replace Air filter element
Inspect Drive Belt(s)
Change fluid Automatic transmission/transaxle
Inspect Parking brake
Inspect Ball joints
Drain, flush & refill Cooling system
Inspect Steering system
Inspect Brake system
Inspect Brake lines & hoses
Inspect Axle Shaft Oil Seal
Change fluid Rear differential
Inspect Driveshaft Universal Joint(s)
Inspect Constant Velocity Joint Boots
Change fluid Brake system
Replace Crankcase Oil Filter
Lubricate Door checks
Inspect fluid level Manual transmission/transaxle
Inspect fluid level Front differential
Inspect fluid level Transfer case
Inspect fluid level Rear differential
Change fluid Crankcase

Feb 09, 2011 | 2004 Kia Sorento

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What is the routine maintenance on a 2005 yukon xl denali? it is all wheel drive and i think some oil needs changed every ? miles. what needs changed


TRANSMISSION FLUID AND TRANSFER CASE FLUIDS ARE SUPPOSED TO BE CHANGED EVERY 60,000 MILES. ENGINE OIL AND FILTER SHOULD BE CHANGED EVERY 3,000 MILES, THESE ARE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY STANDARDS I HAVE WORKED WITH FOR 35 YEARS

Mar 17, 2010 | 2005 GMC Yukon Xl Denali

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How often should i change my air filter and spark plugs?


Hello there
here is the maintenance schedule in detail
Group 4:2002 and newer X-Type, 2000 and newer S-Type, 2003 and newer XK8 and XJ8 Annually or every 7,500 miles
  1. Change engine oil and filter with Mobil 1 0-40 or extended performance 5-30
  2. Check and top all other fluids
  3. Visually inspect undercarriage for problems
  4. Inspect tires and rotate every second small service
  5. Check wiper blades, replace if streaky
  6. Check windshield washers
  7. Check lights
  8. Check belts and hoses
  9. Check operation of air conditioner and heater
  10. Road test car and note any problems
Every 15,000 miles this work is added:
  1. Replace wiper blades and clean washer nozzles
  2. Use Autologic to check for stored faults in the various computer systems
  3. Check handbrake operation
  4. Lubricate door locks
Every 30,000 miles this work is added:
  1. Inspect exhaust system and service as needed
  2. Replace air filter
  3. Replace cabin filter
  4. Inspect battery and replace if 4 years old or if it fails load test
  5. Check serpentine belt condition - replace if cracked. Check tensioners and rollers.
  6. Inspect brake discs/rotors
  7. Inspect brake fluid level, brake hoses, and brake pads
  8. Inspect cooling system
  9. Inspect door hinges & locks
  10. Inspect engine
  11. Inspect engine mounts
  12. Inspect exhaust system
  13. Inspect fuel system
  14. Inspect handbrake
  15. Inspect headlights, check aiming
  16. Inspect lights & controls
  17. Inspect seat belts
  18. Inspect steering system
  19. Check wheel alignment (front)
  20. Inspect wheel lug nuts
  21. Lubricate accelerator linkage
  22. Lubricate brake pedal
  23. Lubricate weatherstripping
  24. Torque propeller shaft bolts
Every 3 years this work is added, regardless of mileage traveled
  1. Change brake fluid, preferably in spring
  2. Change engine coolant, preferably in fall
Every 60,000 miles
  1. Change transmission fluid
Every 90,000 miles
  1. Replace spark plugs
  2. Change final drive lubricant

Oct 29, 2009 | 2002 Jaguar X-Type

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How long before a transmission is hot enough to slip


It should not be a matter of how hot, but when. If it only happens when the car is hot then I would check the level. While checking the level, I would see if there is any blackish stuff in the fluid. If there is then I would have your tranny rebuilt because the clutch material is breaking down and could be the cause of the slipage.

Aug 18, 2009 | Chevrolet Camaro Cars & Trucks

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Power steering fluid or ATF


Yes There Is ONLY ONE PLACE for Power Steering Fluid.

ZF Gemmer Steering

The ZF Gemmer steering is permanently filled with oil. There is no drain plug.

ZF Rack and Pinion Steering Without Power Assist

The ZF rack and pinion steering is lubricated for its service life and therefore does not require servicing.
In case of repair, steering components on E21 vehicles are to be lubricated with a sodium-based grease, with a temperature range of -30°C to +75°C .
Calypsol D 4024 BMW Part No.32 11 1 116 929

Ball and Nut or Rack and Pinion Power Steering

Only reputable brand Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF) of Dexron® III formulation may be used for the power steering and power steering pump.
In case of brief hydraulic noise after starting at low outside temperatures, we recommend replacing the red ATF with green CHF or LHM oil (see below).

ZF Ball and Nut Power Steering with H31 System

The approved oils for BMW models with power steering and the H31 brake booster system are identical with those oils approved for power steering without the H31 system except for the following:

E32 models with self-leveling rear suspension and mutual oil supply tank in the engine compartment.
Countries with very low outside temperatures (e.g. Canada) had their power steering systems filled at the factory with Pentosin CHF 7.1 since 9/87 through 9/91. This is also to be used on vehicles built before 9/87.

Since 9/91, vehicles now use Pentosin CHF 11S instead of CHF 7.1.

Pentosin CHF 7.1 BMW Part No.81 22 1 468 879
Pentosin CHF 11S BMW Part No.82 11 1 468 041

These cars are marked with a pertinent label located close to the oil tank.

LHM oils (green color) of the following manufacturers may also be used instead of Pentosin (CHF 7.1):
Shell LHM
Castrol LHM
Exxon LHM

The mixing of CHF, LHM oils and ATF is not permitted.

Pentosin CHF 4548 was used on vehicles built before 9/87 but is no longer available. However, mixing of Pentosin CHF 7.1 with residual quantities of Pentosin CHF 4548 are permiffed in these earlier vehicles. Mixing of these two oils is not permitted for E32/E38 vehicles.

The hydraulic system for power steering and power-assisted brakes must be drained as completely as possible when changing from one type of oil to the other.
All oil supply reservoirs are marked with the type of oil being used - ATF or CHF.

Jun 03, 2009 | 2003 BMW 325

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50,000 mile service


48,000 miles or 48 months
Maintenance Service Schedule 2007 dodge
Change engine oil and engine oil filter
Rotate tires
Lubricate drivetrain / steering / suspension
grease fittings (if equipped)-except Powerwagon
Lubricate front drive shaft fitting
(2500 / 3500, 4X4 & Powewagon)
Lubricate tie rod end links - Powerwagon
Check automatic transmission fluid level
Check manual transmission fluid level
Check the coolant level, hoses and clamps
Inspect exhaust system
Inspect brake hoses and brake linings
Inspect the CV joints/U-joints (if equipped) and
front suspension components
Check spare tire for proper pressure & correct
stowage
Lubricate outer tie rod ends 2500/3500 4X4

51,000 miles or 51 months
Maintenance Service Schedule
Change engine oil and engine oil filter
Lubricate drivetrain / steering / suspension
grease fittings (if equipped)-except Powerwagon
Lubricate front drive shaft fitting
(2500/3500, 4X4 & Powerwagon)
Lubricate tie rod end links - Powerwagon
Check automatic transmission fluid level
Check manual transmission fluid level
Check the coolant level, hoses and clamps
Inspect exhaust system
Inspect brake hoses
Inspect the CV joints/U-joints (if equipped) and
front suspension components

Jan 04, 2009 | 2007 Dodge Ram Truck

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