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Old 01-16-2010, 10:20 PM
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100,000 mile service??

Well my 2002 F250 5.4 will soon be approaching 100,000 miles. The truck runs great & looks great. I want to keep it that way.

Any "must do" maintenance which should be competed at 100K?

Here is my tentative plan:

- Change oil. I've been running Mobil 1 5-20 for about 40,000 miles.
- Flush and change coolant.
- Front brakes (I'm going to need them).
- Change swaybar bushings to poly bushings.
- A good wash and waxing.
- Leather conditioner on the interior, scrub carpets.

Any other items I should put on my list please speak up!

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spark plugs and I don't know how often you do it but tranny fluid flush.
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dont forget to replace the spark plug boots on the coils and only torque your plugs to 14 ft lbs it doesnt feel like much but that is the ford spec improper plug torque can cause your spak plugs to blow out of the head
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Belt. And of course check the muffler bearings and check your blinker fluid levels.
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Coolant will need to be flushed as well. If you have a 4x4 then do the needle bearing maintance.
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Changing your brake fluid will also be a good thing.

(No, seriously)

The wear particles in the master cylinder contaminates the fluid. Flushing this grit out will extend the life of your master cylinder, hoses, hard lines and calipers.
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