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I have 90,000 miles on my 2003 Camry. What maintenance should I be doing?

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Well normally with toyota you change your belts about every 90,000 and spark plugs every 100,000 and if you havent changed your antifreeze then you will, they say toyota red antifreeze is suppose to last 5 years but i would change it every 3 because it breaks down just like regular oil does. and i would get done the tranmission fluid normally you change that every 40,000 since its just like oil.

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SOURCE: what parts need replacing after 90, 000 miles

replace:coolant-engine oil-engine oil filter-power steering fluid- rotate tires replace transfer case fluid

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SOURCE: My Audi a6 has 75 000 miles, what are the major maintenance

find a SPECIALIZED Audi mechanic with his own / family business ( NOOOO DEALERS !!!!!!) which may give 3 references - customers. After that, the only thing you should care would be the regular oil service. Splendid car, mine drove like a dream until the dealership f****d its engine.

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SOURCE: need the 120,000 mile service maintenance for a

Replace the timing belt, and the water pump is there is ANY evidence of leagage. Replace the plugs and the wires. Replace the coolant, the oil and the Auto trans fluid. Replace the air filter. This is the MINIMUM required service.

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SOURCE: they recmend a 15 000 mile maintenance whats

Check your owners manual, it lists what the manufacturer recommends. Next, check with the dealer, as some dealers 'add' services for some maintenance intervals, as a way to inflate their bill and profit margin. Go with what the manufacturer recommends. If you don't have the owners manual, let me know, I may be able to locate a download of it for you.

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SOURCE: I NEED TO KNOW WHAT MAINTENANCE/ SERVICE I SHOULD 110,000 MILES

The scheduled maintenance to be performed are listed below:

  1. Replace engine oil and oil filter
  2. Additional Maintenance Items for Special Operating Conditions:
  3. Driving on Rough, Muddy or Snow-Melted Roads
  4. Inspect ball joints and dust covers
  5. Inspect brake linings/drums and brake pads/discs
  6. Inspect drive shaft boots
  7. Inspect nuts and bolts on chassis and body
  8. Inspect steering linkage and boots
  9. Rotate tires
  10. Driving on Unpaved or Dusty Roads
  11. Inspect brake linings/drums and brake pads/discs
  12. Inspect engine air filter
  13. Extensive Idling or Low-Speed Driving for Long Distances
  14. Inspect brake linings/drums and brake pads/discs
  15. Towing a Trailer or Using a Camper or Car-Top Carrier Inspect brake linings/drums and brake pads/discs
  16. Inspect nuts and bolts on chassis and body.

Posted on Jan 15, 2010

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