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This is an update to my post : After 115K miles I decided to do work on the car myself. I have now changed the radiator, the fuel filter, brake rotors, Water Pump, pulleys Sepentine belts, hoses and also the air/cabin filters. All for around 400$. I have since done a coolant flush and transmission flush too. The car now runs as well as it did 10 years ago. My suggestion; as cars age, it appears dealerships and mechanic shops treat them especially badly, so you're better off doing work yourself. Take your time, learn the steps and your car is in much better hands. Start with buying a Haynes manual, really helps. Just my opinion.Report it
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