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180 000 Km service scope

I have done the service intervals myself from 100 000km on the vehicle. The 180 00 km mark are in sight and I would like to know the scope of work to be done at this specific interval.

Will you please be so kind to provide a list of proposed work and parts to be replaced or checked at this interval. I can not at this point pick up any problems with the motor.

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Hi when a car gets a lot of mileage bet bet to do a full service you will know about the basics [plugs air/oil filters fuel filter oil ] if you want it to last change the pcv [positive crankcase valve ] if its got a pollon filter change it sump washer tappets need setting unless hydrualic change rocker cover gasket when was the timming belt changed this is essensiall if this breaks not worth the risk which then brings use to brake fliud if this has not been changed change it gearbox oil is the same if it not been changed it will lead to expencive repairs if not changed yates210456

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