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What should be done for the regular maintenance/service of my jeep liberty 2006 @ 5,000 and/or is it 6,000 miles.thanks!

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With the quality of oils available today I would think that 6,000 Miles is an appropriate interval for normal use. If you are doing towing etc a shorter interval would not hurt it. There is nothing like good clean oil and filter change to prolong the life of an engine.

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