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expinch
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expinch May 12, 8:15pm - #177478 
2001 Blue Toyota Celica GT
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2001 Toyota Celica GT

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Diamondhead, MS
Nearing 60K, what to do

I am the original owner of my car and since I've bought it the only thing I've had done by a shop is change my oil and filter every 5000 miles. I recently installed a Gatorback belt and replaced my brake shoes, but I'm nearing 60K and am wondering if I should let Toyota handle the maintenance for this milestone.

There are many different things listed in the Maintenance section like inspecting gear boxes and tightening various bolts, replacing the spark plugs, etc that I've never done myself.

Would it be wise to let the dealership look at it since I've never had had a total thorough inspection?
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SPec_ceLICA May 12, 8:17pm - #177479 

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I would get them to do it...this way you know that it will get done right and wont forget anything..doing oil jobs and that stuff is fine..I them too

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Anonymous May 12, 8:19pm - #177480 
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i did spark plugs with my friends audi a4 a few weeks ago...pretty easy once we got them out of the holes... thumbsup

but with no experiance tkae it to a dealer thumbsup
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