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What services does camry 2000 with 90000 km need

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At 90k you will need to replace the timing belt, spark plugs, plug wires, fuel filter, air filter, trans fluid and filter, oil change and filter,pcv valve, belts, upper radiator hose, lower radiator hose, and heater hoses. You will want to inspect and adjust, brakes, parking brake, clutch free travel, throttle cable, valve clearance, and check and top off all fluids.

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90000 km service includes changing.spark plugs,oil and oil filter,gearbox fluid,brake fluid ,air filter and fuel filter if needed,a full safty inspection.and the most important timing belt,and while your doing the timing belt you should do the water pump.

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