100,000 miles on 2003 Chevrolet Cavalier

What do I need done for a 100,000 mile check up if I have been keeping up with oil changes and she's still in pretty good shape?

by in Acworth, GA on October 06, 2009
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ANSWER by on October 06, 2009
Here is what is recommended at the 97,500 mile service: * Replace Engine coolant * Replace Engine oil & filter * Replace Spark plugs * Rotate and Inspect tires * Inspect Automatic transmission shift linkage * Inspect Brake hoses * Inspect Brake linings * Inspect CV-joint boots & axle seals * Inspect Coolant level, hoses and clamps * Inspect Exhaust system & heat shields * Inspect Steering linkage * Inspect Suspension components * Inspect Throttle system * Inspect Transmission fluid * Inspect/Lubricate Parking brake cable guides * Inspect/Lubricate chassis & suspension Depending on when, or if you have had the transmission serviced, now is a good time to have the transmission fluid and filter changed too.
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