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2006 navigator intake gasket went, is this common and also the transmission isn't smooth is this also common, the vehicle has 42,000 miles on it

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Neither should be an issue

The trans fluid and power steering, get
changed every 30,000 miles on ALL vehicles

The Spark Plugs at 70,000 miles

Many other items should have been
checked,tested and taken care of by
more,just as preventative maintanance

That has nothing to do with the MFG
Scheduled Maintanance

Posted on Mar 11, 2011


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