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1991 Isuzu Amigo S 2dr 2.3L

1991 Isuzu Amigo
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Service Details
Service due at 270,000 Miles
Action: Description
Inspect Wheels & tires
Rotate Wheels & tires
Inspect Weather-strips
Inspect Underbody
Lubricate Throttle linkage
Inspect Power steering system
Lubricate Parking brake cable(s)
Inspect operation Neutral Saftey Switch
Inspect Exhaust system
Lubricate Driveshaft Universal Joint(s)
Inspect Constant Velocity Joint Boots
Inspect Cooling system
Change fluid Crankcase
Inspect Clutch
Lubricate Clutch Pedal Spring
Lubricate Clutch Pedal Clevis
Lubricate Clutch Pedal Bushing
Inspect Brake lines & hoses
Inspect fluid level Brake system
Inspect Body hinges, latches & locks
Inspect fluid level Battery
Inspect Valve Lash
Inspect Throttle linkage
Replace Crankcase Oil Filter
Inspect Locking Hubs
Inspect Idle speed
Torque Driveshaft(s) Flange Bolts
Inspect Cruise Control
Inspect Clutch Pedal Assembly
Inspect Brake Friction Material
Inspect Brake pedal assembly
Inspect fluid level Transfer case
Replace Spark plugs
Change fluid Manual transmission/transaxle
Inspect Front wheel bearings
Change fluid Front differential
Inspect Drive Belt(s)
Drain, flush & refill Cooling system
Inspect Clutch lines & hoses
Inspect Choke system
Inspect fluid level Automatic transmission/transaxle
Replace Air filter element
Replace Oxygen sensor




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