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1991 Dodge D250 & W250 Base D250 Sweptline 131 WB

1991 Dodge D250 & W250
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Service Details
Service due at 270,000 Miles
Action: Description
Inspect fluid level Transfer case
Lubricate Suspension
Inspect Suspension
Inspect Steering linkage
Lubricate Steering linkage
Inspect fluid level Rear differential
Inspect Power steering system
Lubricate Parking brake cable(s)
Replace Crankcase Oil Filter
Inspect Manual transmission/transaxle
Lubricate King Pin Bearings
Inspect fluid level Front differential
Lubricate Front axle drive joint
Inspect Exhaust system
Lubricate Driveshaft Universal Joint(s)
Inspect Driveshaft Universal Joint(s)
Inspect Constant Velocity Joint Boots
Lubricate Clutch Release Lever Pivot Points
Change fluid Crankcase
Inspect fluid level Brake system
Inspect Ball joints
Lubricate Body hinges, latches & locks
Inspect Brake Hoses
Inspect Air injection system
Inspect Air intake system
Inspect Air filter element
Rotate Wheels & tires
Inspect Steering linkage
Replace Crankcase Oil Filter
Inspect Front wheel bearings
Inspect Drive Belt(s)
Replace Spark plugs
Replace PCV filter
Drain, flush & refill Cooling system
Replace Air filter element
Inspect Drive Belt(s)




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