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Old 09 Jan 2013, 01:16 am
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Default I have a honda accord 2000 with a 3.0 vetc I am try to make tune up also thing that it could run

better? Can u give me list of what I need to do?
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Old 09 Jan 2013, 01:31 am
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For a "tune-up" you should replace the timing belt/chain,water pump, gaskets, seals, oil change, tranny oil change, balance your tires, etc. Their is a lot you can do. That should hold you off for now.
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