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Had a gas line leak. I had it fixed. Also exhaust problem, can be fixed in 6 months. Great car, 253,000 miles on it. Never had a tuneup in 5 yrs, runs like a top.

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Good to hear, if you plan to keep it invest in a do it yourself repair manuel. check half priced books before going to auto parts store. haynes or chilton they have great trouble shooting sections . some problems are as easy as changing a fuse.nothing better then a car with no payments, even better when it purrs like a cat with a touch of asma

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At least change your air filter , which is important , spark plugs check , oil and filter is normal , check your belts , timing belt too need to check too .Do not want that break down and then have to repair it , it will cost more

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