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I am trying to find a recommended maintenance schedule for a Nissan Sentra 2005 1.8 liter (e.g. 30,000 flush coolant, 60,000 change timing chain, etc.) The owner's manual doesn't have this. Thank you!

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IntervalsHere is what I recommend for maintenance intervals. There are exceptions to all of these including severe duty, which most northern cars fall into.

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Hi, what is the maintenance schedule for a nissan sentra 2005?


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to get the 2006 manual it should be the same, or go to www.nissanusa.com use the "for owners" tab top right and you can download your specfic mileage service

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30,000 service


about $300-$400 for a complete tune up.

you really only need an oil change and the tires rotated, check all fluids. If you go that route shouldnt be more than 60-80bucks

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