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Old 05-20-2008, 01:22 PM   #1
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Ok well I'm not getting rid of the bonny its going stay with me till it ends up dieing. Now its runing good still I just want to give it a real good tune up so everything is fresh and new and will help it last better. I was thinking of doing this please give me some input if I should do more or whatever. Also if you guys know links to good write ups please give!

Change oil ( have to do that )
TRanny fluid/ filter
Shift kit
FWI
LIM/UIM
spark plugs/wires
New coolant ( flush system, have no idea how to can't understand that so need help! )
New tires
New 02 sensors ( front and rear )

Thats really it, like I said if you guys think I should do anything else please tell car has 125k miles on it so yea..
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You probably don't need a new rear o2, but front for sure. Also if your cat is original, you may consider replacing it with a magnaflow. Better gas mileage, and more sound/ powah!
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Yes omit the rear O2 sensor, no need unless there is a hard code and a failed sensor.
The rear O2 sensor does not effect engine operation.
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Yes omit the rear O2 sensor, no need unless there is a hard code and a failed sensor.
The rear O2 sensor does not effect engine operation.
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