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Old 10-17-2011, 03:56 PM   #1
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100k Mile Maintenance Questions

I just hit 100,000 miles last weekend while hunting. It's a 95 3rz and I was wondering what I need to replace. I heard I should replace the timing chain. Do I need to? What about spark plugs or fuel filter? I know I need to replace the shocks and struts beacuse of the ride and not the age. Is there anything I need to be concerned about? Thanks for the help.



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Break out the manual, it will be in there.

Spark plugs should be changed every 20k-25k, fuel filter (everyone has own opinion) every 15k-20k...or every 25k is fine. Stand on the rear bumper, jump off and if the truck bounces up and down more than 2 times, than it's time to change. They say the shocks and struts should be changed every 50k-60k, but you can go a lot longer than that.

I would also recommend you clean the MAF sensor, the throttle body. Run some seafoam fuel cleaner through too.

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shocks, trans fluid, coolant, brake fluid, power steering fluid.
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Old 10-18-2011, 01:27 PM   #4
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The manual that came with the truck is for the first series 1995 Toyota, not the Tacoma. Thanks for the help and suggestions.
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The timing chain lasts for the life of the engine.
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With the VIN you can grab the manual here:

http://www.toyota.com/owners/

Cool truck, BTW.
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All the above and to top it all off with sea foam.
What does sea foam do? I was looking at the product and not sure what it does lol sorry I dont know anything about trucks.

My 05 is almost at 100,000 has like 99,300. I bought it at 86,000 miles and it didnt come with a service manual. Not sure what I should do when I get to the 100,000 mile club lol it needs a oil change, and dunno what else i should be changing
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My 05 is almost at 100,000 has like 99,300. I bought it at 86,000 miles and it didnt come with a service manual. Not sure what I should do when I get to the 100,000 mile club lol it needs a oil change, and dunno what else i should be changing
You can download the manual here for free:

http://www.toyota.com/owners/web/pages/home
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ok sweet thanks
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Bought my truck used and was in the same boat.
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