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Everything written above is true and will probably be all you need to "tune-up" your Buick. you do need to update your vocabulary though. tune-ups are not done on anything any more. you now treat symptoms known collectively as driveability problems. since the car has electronic coils, no distributor cap or rotor, the spark-plugs last 25,000 miles and has port fuel injection without a carburetor, you have precious little to purchase as a "tune-up". keep the fluids clean and filled, replace filters regularly and follow the above advice and you should have happy motoring.

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I would flush the trany with a machine that does a complete transfusion of fuild to clean the entire system since thoughs trany's have a tendency to go bad without proper maintenance.

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I live in the north. Every spring and fall I tune up my '93 LaSabre . Spring: Plugs , oil and filter . (And a lube job) Fall: Plugs, oil, filter, air filter, egr, ck plug wires, ck fan belt, ck batt. cables, lube job,wiper blades,ck brake fluid, ck anti-freeze (change every 3 years) fill windshield wiper res. spray good quality lube on door hinges.

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The first thing is oil and oil filter. Replace the air filter, the belt, the spark plugs and wires. You may want to look into a product like Restore if you have a high mileage engine, and maybe even a transmission conditioner to help smooth out any high mileage concerns there as well.

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Oil, OIl filter, Air Filter, Spark Plugs (leads too if old), distributor cap, rotor, fuel filter, Anti-freeze.
That's for a full service. You could just do oil/filter and check everything else to save some money and only replace what is obviously bad.

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Not giving any type of legal advice ;) but you need to read what is covered under your warranty. I don't believe that anything is covered that constitutes as tune-up or under normal maint. unless they gave you one of the oil change or tires for life deals. Sorry but check into it. You may not need all those parts but if you buy a scanner you can check most of it yourself plus changing the plugs and wires isn't that hard even if you have a V10. Also everyone knows that if you take a vehicle to a dealer for a tune-up you're going to pay what the dealer hourly rate is ..... just a suggestion if you want to have someone do the tune-up for you take it to a small garage their hourly rate will most likely be half of what a dealer is. Plus they don't have the mark-up cost on parts as much as what a dealer does.

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