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At 70,000 miles I would perform the following maintenance if you have not already done so. Have the transmission fluid & filter changed. Replace the fuel filter. Replace the spark plugs and inspect the wires. Replace the wires if they appear cracked or damaged. I am assuming you have done regular items such as oil, air filter changes and inspected the brake system.

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