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Hi friends, I’m wondering what the recommended maintenance is for my car. I got it from dealership at 33k miles and all I’ve done is get oil changes and I got 2 new tires when I needed them. I am NOT a car person and definitely not swimming in money. But it’s the nicest car I’ve ever owned and I’d really like to keep it in good shape for as long as possible. Thanks.
 

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There is a maintenance schedule that shows mileage and when things should be done for normal usage in the owners manual. Other than air filters, oil changes, cabin air filter, not much else is under 100k, everything is "inspect" to be sure there are no issues, and some wear items (like those tires, brakes, suspension, steering).

Many will get the transmission fluid changed long before the 150k listed mileage for it. That would be the only early and more often thing I would suggest. It isn't an easy DIY thing but can be done.

At 100k then it starts, coolant (then every 50k after that), spark plugs, and serpentine belt. 150k is the transmission fluid, depending on the engine the timing belt (1.5).
 
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