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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-19-2009, 01:12 PM Thread Starter
 
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Running up on 60,000 miles. Anything need to be done?

I am getting close to 60,000 miles on my car. I have done my brakes (Front Pads and rotors and Rear pads and rotors). I change my oil every 3,500 miles and rotate my tires every 6,000 or so. I just seafoamed my car about a week ago. My question is there anything that I should do soon? Thanks,

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spark plugs and wires?

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Plugs and wires are probably good to 100k, but it wouldn't hurt anything to change.

Most everything on modern cars is good for about 100k miles except for normal wear parts, but after that is when you have some maintenance to do.



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Fuel and air filters pcv valve trans filter if its an auto heck I'd flush the brake fluid as well if you haven't already. Cabin filter if equipped

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what does your owners manual located in the glove box recommend ?

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