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I am looking to buy a 2002 jaquar with 90,000 miles. I need a dependable car with low maintenance costs. Is this a suitable car for my needs

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What size v6 did they put in them and what do they run prize wise


They had 2.7L and 3.5L motors. The 2.7L have serious motor problems and should be avoided. They often need a new motor at 90,000 miles, at a cost of $3,000. Different years had 2.5L, 3.0L (mostly the dodge stratus) 3.3L, and 3.5L V6 motors. because of the 2.7L being bad most people avoid these cars making them cheaper. Try kellybluebook.com for prices. Average is $2,000-6000, depending on miles and options.

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What maintenance on the trani should be done, I'm at 36k miles


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Lx, 4 cyl, AT...approaching 90,000 mi...when


90k miles, recommended to replace also the water pump, idler and tensioner pulleys. Shop costs (3hr labor) $450-$750 depending on their labor rate and parts price.

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Looking into buying a used 2003 honda odyssey with just over 100,000 miles. what maintence is required? i heard timing belt should be replaced. is this true and how much am i looking at?


For a 2003 used Honda odyssey, the following should be required:-

1. Replace the timing belt. (repair estimates at www.repairpal.com)
2. Drain the whole oil out of the engine and transmission
3. Replace the brake pads
4. Most of all run a diagnosis scan on the vehicle to detect any other possible maintenance that will be required.

Good luck and a good buy.

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At what mileage should the timing belt be replaced on a 2005 Chrysler Sebring 4 cyl? Does the tensioner need to be replaced as well?


Depending on how the car is driven (outside temp, towing, stop and go, dusty, etc...) the maintenance schedule states either 90.000 miles or 120,000 miles. If any one harsh driving condition applies, chrysler recommends 90,000 miles. The only mention of the tensioner needing replaced is if the belt was damaged due to misalignment.
Hope this helps.

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2002 CELICA WITH 90,000 MILES WHAT KIND OF SERVICE DO I NEED?


Normal Maintenance Details
90,000 Miles (144,000 Kilometers) : All Applicable Models

INSPECT AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE FLUID
INSPECT BALL JOINT & DUST COVERS
INSPECT BALL JOINTS
INSPECT BRAKE DISCS/ROTORS
INSPECT BRAKE DRUMS & LININGS
INSPECT BRAKE HOSES
INSPECT BRAKE LINE PIPES
INSPECT BRAKE PADS
INSPECT DIFFERENTIAL FLUID
INSPECT DRIVE BELTS
INSPECT DRIVESHAFT/PROPELLER SHAFT DUST BOOTS
INSPECT EXHAUST PIPES & MOUNTS
INSPECT FUEL LINES & CONNECTIONS
INSPECT FUEL SYSTEM
INSPECT FUEL TANK BAND
INSPECT FUEL TANK CAP GASKET
INSPECT FUEL VAPOR SYSTEM
INSPECT MANUAL TRANSAXLE FLUID
INSPECT STEERING GEAR/RACK
INSPECT STEERING LINKAGE
REPLACE AIR CLEANER/ELEMENT
REPLACE COOLANT
REPLACE ENGINE OIL
REPLACE ENGINE OIL FILTER
ROTATE TIRES

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Buying 2001 RX300 65,000 miles extra clean


If you aren't mechanical, have someone who is check the car out. Specifically, the transmission fluid for color and smell (On toyota's they are to be changed every 30K miles, few drivers do this), and pull the spark plugs to see if they all appear relatively clean (a burnt looking plug indicates an engine problem). Ask to see the maintenance records. Oil should be changed every 3-4,000 miles if regular oil, 8-10,000 if synthetic.

The next BIG thing regarding maintenance is timing belt and water pump at 90,000 miles. Expect 500-700 for this, not at the lexus dealer. Probably double at the lexus dealer.

I would be interested under 12,000. Very interested under 10,000.

FYI, I'm driving a 95 ES300 with 170,000 miles and it runs like a top. These cars require very little in the way of repair if they are maintained. My goal is 300,000 just to see if it can be done. Unfortunately, I drive a total of 1,000 miles a month these days. So it will be a while. On the interior, you can have very nice new leather seats installed if the rest of the interior is in reasonable shape. Cost around $1,000 or a little less.

Good luck!!

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Maintenance costs


Oil change will cost about $200, tires? depends how and how much you drive and quality you buy. Guess you could spend $200 each. Brakes depend how much you drive but a quality brake job will cost about $1,000. As far as daily driver?well this car is not designed for that, and will probably suffer in stop and go traffic. So would need a tuneup about every 4-6 months at a cost of about $2,000. then you need a mechanic that is trained. Hope you can find one in your area.

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