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Tune up cost

Should I be performing a complete tune up every 10,000 miles

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NO! If it ain't broke, don't fix it. change oil and filters

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What should a complete tune-up with new hoses cost for a 2005 Buick La Sabre?


No...your BiL is OOHM (out of his mind) if he thinks they're comparable.

A tune-up shouldn't cost more than $200 - but depends on what all is being done.


What all does his 'tune-up' include? What are the hoses for?


Sell the F150 yourself.... even w/high miles it's worth $$. Go to KBB.COM and look up the Private Party value. Probably $5,000+

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Service lights


Well, let me just say that if you have gone 10,000 miles without servicing your brand-new Lexus, you are a LOT braver than I would ever be. I certainly do not have the gold available to pay for the possible consequeces of pulling that one off. When was the last time you even checked your engine oil level? I have seen MANY vehicles run completely out of oil between 3000 mile services and completely DESTROY the engines! 10,000 miles is REALLY taking HUGE chances!

You may have 2 separate problems...One for the oil needing service and one for a problem with your AWD system. However, Toyota and Lexus are known for disabling things like AWD, ABS, Traction Control, etc. when the engine computer detects things like low oil pressure or low oil levels. This can cause several warning lamps to all come on at the same time.

GET YOUR VEHICLE SERVICED!!! Hopefully, you will be one of the lucky ones and have not done any serious damage by not getting it serviced when you should have.

Your oil should be changed every 3000 miles (Or every 5000 miles if you are using full-synthetic oil). You should also check the oil level between services AT LEAST every 1000 miles (or more often, if you are having to add oil at 1000 miles). For a properly maintained vehicle, checking the oil level between oil changes SHOULD seem a total waste of time. However, it is the single, MOST IMPORTANT thing you can spend your time on when it comes to getting a lot of miles from your investment. If your engine starts using (burning) oil or if it starts leaking oil, you will not know about it in time to save your engine if you are not in the habit of checking it on a regular basis.

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WHEN TO GET A TUNE UP FOR MY 2006 FORD FOCUS IT HAS 62000 MILES AND I BOUGHT IT WHEN IT HAD 45000 MILES


a vehicle needs to be serviced regularly to keep it in good operational condition, most modern vehicles don't need a tune up as such but should be serviced by a qualified mechanic at the intervals specified by the manufacturer (every 6,000 or 10,000 miles}.....hope this helps......cheers.

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Bad Gas mileage. I am getting around 12 - 13.5 mpg around town. 5.2 4spd auto. 90K miles. Thoughts?


Have a complete tune up performed , includes spark plugs , wires cap and rotor. Change air filter element and have a fuel induction service performed as well.

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Tune Up


Tune ups - every 30,000 miles
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trans fluid change - every 9,000 miles.

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2004 Dodge Stratus with 75K miles - what repairs might I need?


Usually a Major Tune Up would include

  • Replacement of spark plugs & spark plug wires.
  • Replacement of distributor cap, distributor rotor, fuel filter & air filter.
  • Inspection of the fuel system, emission system & ignition system.
  • Adjustment of the dwell, timing, & fuel mixture to OE specs.
Cost to perform all these at a shop will vary greatly, to DIY probably around a couple hundred dollars.

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How often do you change the spark plugs mile wise


they should be changed evey 35000 miles.

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Tune up check list for 59000 miles



Here is the check list. This should also be in your owners manual.

Inspect Brakes and Traction Control
Drive Belt

Fluid - Differential
Inspect front/rear axle fluid level and add fluid as needed. Inspect constant velocity joints and axle seals for leaking. Replace Engine Oil

Change engine oil and filter as indicated by the GM Oil Life System (or every 12 months, whichever occurs first). Reset the indicator. Never drive the vehicle more than 16 000 km (10,000 miles) without and oil and filter change. The system will not detect dust in the oil. If the vehicle is driven in a dusty area, be sure to change the oil every 5 000 km (3,000 miles) or sooner. Fuel Filter

Oil Filter, Engine

Rotate Tires

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