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Hey guys... my car is in diar need of its 60k mile tune-up. i got the car with 62k and the guy i got it form didnt do anythign at 60k and now im at 78k and finally noticing a bit of power loss, so i gotta get all that crap like plugs wires cap rotor fuel filter and stuff done. Anythign else i should do now while im in there besides all the normal 60k tune-up shieet?! TIA

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Ryan Walsh...1st 97 owner ever to succesfully mount a 98SE exhaust to a 97SER!
relaxing after a quiet ride home from SF2K1. first day without an exhaust in a long time.
 

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From the sounds of it you arent doing the work yourself I take it? If you are there are plenty of other things you can do since you will be saving money from paying someone to do it. I would change your break fluid, coolent, tranny fluid, t-stat, clean engine with some engine brite, check all the boots on the CV joints, change brake pads, check rotors, maybe belts if they look somewhat bad. I gota do most this stuf myself, but its for 150,000


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hey I bet if you take it to your local nissan dealer, they'll say you missed your 50,000 mile service, 62,500 mile service, 75,000 mile service. They'll fix you right up for about $550+.....j/k

I'm pyscho, I get a tune-up every spring! I do alot of roadracing and thrashing so I figure why not. No problems ever sneak up on me that way. :)
 

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Bowlcut:
From the sounds of it you arent doing the work yourself I take it? If you are there are plenty of other things you can do since you will be saving money from paying someone to do it
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What you think im friggin nuts...of course im doin it myself!! I managed to install and uninstall and exhaust and do my brakes this weekend at Salt Fest, so i sure hope i can handle plugs and wires, etc.


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Ryan Walsh...1st 97 owner ever to succesfully mount a 98SE exhaust to a 97SER!
relaxing after a quiet ride home from SF2K1. first day without an exhaust in a long time.
 
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