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#1 (permalink) Old 09-06-2007, 03:54 PM
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E34 Maintenance

My e34 just hit 100 000 kms or roughly 63 000 miles. What maintenance or areas should I have inspected and/or parts changed.

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Check your shocks. They're usually about ready to go at 100k. Might want to look at vaccum lines as well, as those might be a good idea to start replacing. Other than that, fan clutches are common on the m50, as well as the oil pan gasket. If you've got any sort of valve tap, a valve cover gasket usually cures that. heres a link with everything breakable on your car around that age....BMW E34 Website
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