• Typically, the first step in 30/60/90K maintenance is to inspect the vehicle’s major systems for
    signs of problems, followed by any of the following maintenance procedures as needed:
  • Replacing spark plugs and/or plug wires
  • Replacing filters
  • Checking fluids (brake, coolant, transmission, etc.) and topping off or replacing fluids
  • Tire rotation and pressure check
  • Oil change
  • Timing belt inspection
  • Brake servicing
    During proper maintenance, a trustworthy mechanic will notify you of any potential problems,
    but won’t replace parts that don’t need replacing (part of what saves you money during
    maintenance). As a rule of thumb, the higher the mileage on the car, the more likely parts will
    need to be replaced. (The timing belt is usually changed at 90,000-100,000 miles, for example.)
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