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Is anything required to be done to the motor prior to 100,000 miles

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You have to check the scheduled maintenance in the owners manual. At different points in mileage, any car or truck with a timing belt will have it replaced before it breaks. There are other things they emphasize too, but all are different.

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2. Drain the whole oil out of the engine and transmission
3. Replace the brake pads
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Good luck and a good buy.

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