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If you have no lisghts on and the gaint is running well.. all you need is usual replacements:
- Engine Oil
- If Transmission filter was not changed in 90K, you should do it
- Oil & air filters
- driving (timing) belt
- if you feel so delay in start or power loss: replace spark plugs
- Check fluid levels in:
+ brake oil
+ Power Steering Oil

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