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I have a 2003 Sequoia Limitedand I love it.....I have 107000 miles on it and would like to know when should I get a tune up and should I have Toyota Dealer do the work?

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Do you have the owners manual that came with the Sequoia? It will list when you should have tune ups and maintenance performed. Having the work done at the dealer is fine, but usually more expensive than a private garage. If you go to the dealer, ask what exactly they will be doing, especially anything not listed in the owners manual as 'recommended maintenance'. Many times dealers (or private garages) will 'add' services that really aren't necessary in an attempt to increase their profit margin. So, check your owners manual for what is recommended, and make it clear that nothing else should be done w/out checking with you 1st. How long have you had the Sequoia, and when was it last serviced, are what I should have asked at the beginning? Good luck

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