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100000 km service: My car is running very nice. It is about to clock 100,000 km. What are the important service requirement and important engine items checking & replacment... The weather here is very hot in summer..

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Change the fluid and the filter in automatic transmission (if equipped), replace the air and the fuel filters, check the hoses and belts, replace only if they appear damaged, cracks in the belts are ok, missing rubber is not.

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Hi At 100 000 Kms what parts on a vw polo should I be expecting to replace in then near future?

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