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Old 04-21-2022, 09:03 AM #1
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Approaching 300K miles, what PM should be done?

This post stuck out to me, specifically :
"At near 300K miles everything just starts to break from driveline to steering to things like the A/C."

Got me wondering, beside the regularly scheduled maintenance at the 100K intervals (LBJs, timing belt, radiator, etc) what about more invasive maintenance, like head gaskets?

Driveshafts, Rack and Pinion (steering) and A/C as was mentioned in the post above - I had a universal joint (non-greasable 2WD) fail around 300K...

What does the FSM say about 300K?
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Hmm. I would think the ubj by 300k. Along with the fuel pump. Need to do a valve adjustment.

All 4 of your wheel bearings should be checked and replaced if needed.

Tierod ends maybe warn ( checked). Along with most if not all your rubber bushings components in your front and rear suspension.

Heater valve.

I think we have a few threads on here for higher mileage rigs and things that probably needs replaced we miss but I could be wrong..




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