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Looking for info on how to tune up my truck myself

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  • Anonymous Sep 05, 2008

    need to give my dakota a tune up myself



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Go to your local auto parts store and by a Chilton repair manual. It will tell you how to do everything you need and should have some pictures in it as well.

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