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#1 Old 06-12-2009, 05:18 PM
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110k maintance?

Hey guys. I have an 03' WRX and i just hit 110k on the stock motor, pretty much stock everything. I have had NO major problems except the damn tumble generators about a year ago (but i got that taken care of)...is there anything you might suggest that i have replaced soon? i plan on keeping my love until it cant move one more mile.
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Tranny and rear diff fluid changes are often not done and it can help maintain the drivetrain. Make sure you use some real suby fluid for the rear diff. Accept no substitutes!

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Have you kept up with your scheduled maintenance?

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I am kind of combining the 105K and 120K Maintenance for stuff you are recommended to replace:

Oil and Oil Filter
Drive Belts
Camshaft Drive Belt
Spark Plugs
Fuel Filter
Air Filter
Coolant
Tranny and Diff Fluid
Brake Fluid

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I am kind of combining the 105K and 120K Maintenance for stuff you are recommended to replace:

Oil and Oil Filter
Drive Belts
Camshaft Drive Belt
Spark Plugs
Fuel Filter
Air Filter
Coolant
Tranny and Diff Fluid
Brake Fluid
I'm curious to hear your opinion on the tension pulley and some of the other toothed pulleys where the bearings can wear out before the timing belt needs replacing again. There were three or so that I just had replaced while replacing the timing belt...not the cheapest things to replace, but cheaper than the labor to tear apart everything in front of the timing belt assembly I think.

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That is a good link. That would have been easier than typing everything out.

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I'm curious to hear your opinion on the tension pulley and some of the other toothed pulleys where the bearings can wear out before the timing belt needs replacing again. There were three or so that I just had replaced while replacing the timing belt...not the cheapest things to replace, but cheaper than the labor to tear apart everything in front of the timing belt assembly I think.
I would replace the tensioner and any of the worn pulleys while I was in there along with the water pump and the thermostat.

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