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Old 01-18-2014, 03:51 PM
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75K Maintenance - Did I miss anything?

Just had my truck serviced at the 75,000 mile mark.
it's a 2008 F-250, SRW 4X4 Lariat.

Based on the owners manual and what I thought was a good idea, I had the following maintenance completed this week - did I miss anything?

1. Changed front & rear differential fluid
2. Changed transfer case fluid
3. Changed transmission fluid and filter
4. Flushed and changed the coolant
5. Fuel filters (every 10K)
6. Oil & filter (every 5K)
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Looks good to me.... Did you miss an interval on the Fuel Filters? Every 10K would put it at 70 or 80K? Or did you do them early?
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Looks good to me.... Did you miss an interval on the Fuel Filters? Every 10K would put it at 70 or 80K? Or did you do them early?

Did them early. I just wanted to get it all knocked out the same day. Pain in the *** getting a ride to work, so I just had it all done in one shot.
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Im about at that interval also, I would recommend greasing the front u-joints also. Something that gets overlooked alot and could save you some hassle in the future if one decides to seize up.
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Looks good. I am about to do the same except for the rear differential. The owners manual says it's lubed for life unless submerged.
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