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Change oil maintenance and tune up schedule

When do you schedule the 1st change oil? do you also tune up regularly?

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Change oil every 10k,as your hummer is computer controlled you never need to tune it,BUT,if you use a high grade(octane)fuel, the vehecle will run better(im told)

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