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Hi! I wanna know why my breaks wear so fast. On my oil and filter changes why wasnt the break checked by the company.

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Well brake wear can be caused by alot of things. stop and go traffic,suddon stops,uneven tread,brakes rubbing or grinding on the rotors. it is really kinda hard to tell why. usually when you have an oil service done that is all the company is worried about. you may be able to ask them to check your brakes but they may want to charge you an inspection fee.

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The 04 was pretty straight forward.

Change the oil and filter when the display tells you to. (Don't forget to reset Oil Life system!)
when the display tells you to change engine oil... Do the following as well:
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~Check Tires for Air and Damage
~Inspect Break System
~Check Engine Fluids and Washer System
~Check Power Steering System
~Check Wiper Blades
~Check Restraint System
~Lube Body Components (See manual)
~Replace Cabin Air Filter (Located in firewall on passenger side.)


Every 25K miles do the following:
~ Inspect Fuel System, Exhaust System, Accessory Drive Belts for damage or wear.
~ Replace Air Cleaner

Ever 50K Miles
~ If used for Towing - Replace Transfer Case Fluid :: If not change fluid ever 75Kk miles.

Every 100k Miles
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I have just changed the oil in my 87 gmc Vandura . The oil pressure if fine but after I run it for 30 min or so and come to a stop the oil pressure gauge drops to say no pressure. ...


If this is a new problem since the oil change the oil or filter are the cause. Filters do fail and is between the pump and the pressure sensor most times. So if there is a restriction in the filter the pressure will be low at idle. Replace the flter and see. There is a chance the sensor failed coincidently to the change too. A direct read of the pressure with a gauge will prove that. If you hear any ticking or tapping turn of the engine.

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Hi !
Firstly check the break oil level.... this will be below MIN level. Top the oil with the recomended break fluid.

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The break pads have started to wear out and needs replacement.
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Sometimes changing the transmission filter and fluid helps to solve some tranny problems. check the fluid to see if it is dark and dirty. Check also for little pieces of metal or rubber when changing the filter. This will give you an idea if your tranny is about to give out. High volume of metal or rubber pieces means that the gears or rubber clutches are wearing out fast. Always refill with fresh fluid. I think that transmission fluid and transmission maintenance is one of the most ignored auto parts . Until it breaks down. The fluid at least should be checked every time the engine oil is changed.

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Black some is from too much fuel, blue smoke is from burning oil. Keep an eye on oil consumption now. If your check engine light doesn't come on, just keep an eye on it. 20k miles??? Dude!

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change oil filter use a k&n or mobile one,seen same problem on caravans some oil filters cannot take the pressure and break up inside causeing no flow of oil period.could happen at any time with cheap oil filters,chryslers have high volume oil pumps and require a better flowing filter.
as for your engine not starting you may have severe bearing wear,from low oil pressure.

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Oil change intervals


I personally hold synthetic oil as the high-standard of lubricants. However quality varies. Without completely flushing I would not recommend use in a high mile engine.
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