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Old 22 Jun 2011, 02:44 pm
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Question How do I keep my Honda w/ over 200K mi going?

I have a '99 Honda Civic that is coming up on 200,000 miles. It has always been cared for well. I just want to know how often I should do tune ups and oil changes now that she is older or if there is any additional maintenance I can do to extend her life? I love my Honda Civic and I want her to keep going and stay healthy as long as possible- looking for some sound advice. Thanks!
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