Question about 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor
The car manufacturer recommends every 60,000 miles. I just bought mine with 65,342 miles and the previous owner did not have it done. In fact, he admitted to selling it because he did not have the money to service it! So he dropped the price so I would buy it and relieve him of his payments and maintenance.
Go to their website and look under owners tab, then scheduled maintenance.
then to "owners" tab, then click on "service schedule".
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