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What service recommendations would you suggest for a 2003 Honda Accord. 4-CYL? 130K miles

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Keep up with the oil changes, may eventually do a full coolant replacement (No need for a flush, really), an transmission fluid replacement, and from there, it's all kinda' general stuff. Walk around the car, keep an eye out for starting rust. If you don't mind a little dirt, make sure all the electrical looms/exposed wires have no cracks in insulation, at least to the point that you know no bare wire is poking through. Make sure the fuel and air filter is doing good, all clean. Take a multimeter voltage tester, and the battery voltage, preferrably tested between the positive battery terminal and the bare engine metal, should be ~12.6V. From there, just keep up with basic maintenance. Might even want to get a mechanic to change the spark plugs. Even look at the headers for cracks.

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