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What tune up is needed for a 2006 honda element with 100k?

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100k check air filter, have timing belt inspected, rotate tires, plugs and wires should be good for another 20-30 but doin it now would not hurt. Have an intake cleaning done. There's a intake cleaner TKO that works well.

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