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Old 01-31-2004, 02:57 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Well i just got my car 2 days ago and i would like to give it a tune up. Here is a list of things that i think i will do. 1. Change oil, 2. Change plug wires, 3. Change plugs, 4. Change oil filter, 5. Put lube in all joints 6. New gear lube in differential. That is all i can think of for now. Is there any thing else that I should do? Where would i buy the plugs and wires and and how much will everything cost.

Just another thing the exhaust has a put put sound when it runs if anybody know what that is it would be a great help to for me.

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you probably wont need to change the wires or the gear lube, but plugs you can get at any autoparts store. I would also change the air filter.

You can do all of that work yourself and a lot of money there are tons of DIYs in the FAQ section on how.
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Thank you. For your help. Would there be anything else I could do to get it running top notch?
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