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Old 01-21-2004, 12:40 AM   #1
WRXVII
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Default What to do for 50k check up

My car currently has 50k miles and have replaced following parts:

1. Engine oil replaced every 3-4k miles with Mobil1 synthetic
2. Engine coolant replaced @ 35k miles
3. Transmission oil replaced @ 25k & 50k miles
4. K&N panel filter cleaned every 7500 miles
5. Front brake pads and rotor replaced at 45k miles
6. Rear rotor replaced at 50k miles
7. Fuel filter replaced every 15k miles
8. Sparkplugs replaced with Iridium at 40k miles
9. Rear differential oil to be changed next week...

What else should I look out for to keep my car run reliably for the next 50k miles? I currently have mods equivalent to Cobb stage 2 setting.
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Old 01-21-2004, 04:11 AM   #2
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Replace coolant again (just drain & fill, not a complete flush).
Definitely flush/replace brake fluid and clutch fluid. Use at least Valvoline Synpower DOT 3/4 or better yet ATE Superblue Racing/ Typ 200.
Hopefully, you already replaced your rear pads when you replaced the rear rotors (PS - why did you have to replace the rotors on both front and rear? They should last at least a few pad changes).
Replace power steering fluid.
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Old 01-21-2004, 10:28 AM   #3
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ya look like you got most, if not all of what needs to be replace...but here's a bunch of stuff to check on:

http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show...hreadid=422547
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