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I am considering buying a 2002 Envoy which has 119,000 miles. What service issues will I need to be looking towards? Timing belt, tune up etc.? Thank you for a heads up on this. SS

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Thermostat, cooling fan clutch, valve issues, cam timing issues.

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110,000 mile tune up


you probable skipped you're 90.000 major service point 30.000 60.000 90.000
platinum plugs are gone at 100.000 ,
ready...get you're wallet out..
trans filter service. Flush change all fluids ..brake coolant etc....
rear brakes are done unless replaced..check all brakes..plug wires drive axle fluid. Thermostat... cheep part very impotant.
timing belt if it has one .. if it brakes it could smash valves or shut you down..when you do timing belt better do water pump it is usauly driven by timing belt and check all belt drive pullys

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When should a 2002 subaru legacy timing belt be changed?


That belt should be inspected every 30000 miles and replaced at 105000 miles.

Look here for the entire 2002 Subaru legacy maintenance schedule :

http://www.subaru.com/content/downloads/pdf/maintsched/2002SchedFed.pdf

or here, if you are in California:

http://www.subaru.com/content/downloads/pdf/maintsched/2002SchedCA.pdf

or here, for all other Subarus (Subarii?), 1990 to 2009:

https://www.subaru.com/my-subaru/maintenance-schedule2009.html

Good luck from Detroit, MI.

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I have a Volvo S60 T5 2002. I have not done the maintenance after the 100,000 miles. Can you tell me which prts I need to change?


There are a few things that need to be done, first the timing belt and waterpump if this engine has one most do, so for this you would need a waterpump timing belt kit with pulleys, next is a complete tune up, spark plugs ,wire if eng uses if not then coil boots, air and fuel filters cabin filter, pcv valve, a fuel system cleaning which is done by machine at a shop called a motor vac service. then check fan belt , flush cooling system, coolant needed.and then the rest of the service is a lot of checking like brake, suspension , exhaust etc,hope this helps.

Dec 24, 2010 | 2002 Volvo S60

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MY ACCORD HAS 119,000 MILES ON IT AND I HAD THIS WORK DONE ON THE CAR. 1. TUNE UP 2. RAIDIATOR FLUSH 3. TRANS SERVICE 4. BELTS CHANGED THE CAR RUNS GREAT BUT I AM BEING TOLD TO HAVE THE TIMING BELT CHANGED...


well that is how I always sell a timing belt job also. The water pump is driven by the timing belt and it is very labor intensive to replace. I always replace the water pump also because you have to remove the timing belt to replace. I have had people refuse the water pump, and have to spend the same labor dollars a few months later when the pump went out. Even if not leaking it is always good insurance to replace the pump with the timing belt but is not a must just good idea.

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I have a 2003 GMC Envoy with 175,000 miles. I change the oil regularly and had a tune up ar 90,000 miles which included a sparkplug change. What maintenance should i do now to keep my vehicle running...


Rear end lube should be changed , Timing belt and other belts should be inspected for wear and changed as well...
Most any decent shop will inspect the vehicle for worn out parts when they service it... ( one of the percs of paying someone else to do the oil change). Have them do the free 27 point service inspection...

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Need to know what is done in a 100,000 mile service


normal tune up
chasis lubricationtie
tie rod lubrication
trasmission service
if 4X4 transfer case fluid needs change
differential fluid needs change "both if 4X4"
brakes need service if they havent recently
coolant is probably bad too
how is the battery?
check serpentine belt

these are just a couple......"there could be a couple that dont need service but this is what i would do".

hope this helps XD

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I was just told that I need to have a compelete


i dont see why you would have to take the engine apart for a timing belt you only need to remove a few items the belt and spark plugs should be part of the tune up wich is considered a major tune up wich should also involve water pump and filters

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Next maintenance on a 2002 Honda Odyssey


I would do it as soon as you get it, because you never know when the previous owner took the car in for maintenance.
Typically, you would have:
- oil changed
- check for proper fluid levels
- any visible leaks
- all the bulbs working
- belts are in good condition
- air filter is relativey clean

Most of these should fit under "tune up" just make sure to ask where you get the vehicle serviced what their definition of a "tune up" is.

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2002 Nissan Frontier timing belt


Timing belts are found on the 3.3L engines, timing chains are on the 2.4L engines. The 2002 3.3L Timing belt is changed at 105K during the major service. This service can run over one thousand dollars. It is recommended to replace the belt, tensioner and idlers, cam and crank seals, water pump, and both belts when changing the timing belt. That way, you only open up the front of the engine every 105K. Why change the timing belt and have a water pump start leaking only 20K later and ruin the belt with antifreeze? Other items during the 105K are a major tune up with all the fluids changed and a lube. This does get expensive. You can break it up into several blocks of time and spread the related service items out over a few months to take some of the sting off.

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