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Hello---yes my question is this ---I drive approximately 5200 miles per year,

(2000 Toyota Tacoma)
in Millbrae, CA on December 04, 2012
the truck is manual shift and has 60000 miles on it now--- the trans and rear end oils have never been changed that I know of as I bought it used--- the mechanic thought with my driving habits that I could go much further without changing either oils what do you think?--- thx--- jack reading
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of Greg's Orange Auto on December 04, 2012
its not a bad idea to service both as a preventive maint issue. i always tell my cust to service early rather than late
on December 04, 2012
thank you ---jack ---
on December 04, 2012
I don't know jack, but i would let it run on a while!! See owners guide. Do any towing with it much Boat Man?
on December 04, 2012
ACTUALLY NO---I HAVE NOT YET TOWED ANYTHING EVEN THOUGH I HAVE A HEAVY DUTY RECEIVER FRAME MOUNTED.--- HOWEVER I HAVE CARRIED UP TO 3 MOUNTAIN BIKES ON A BIKE RACK INSTALLED TO THE RECEIVER---THANK YOU FOR YOUR REPLY---I WILL KEEP YOUR SUGGESTIONS IN MIND AT NEXT SERVICE ---BOATMAN---
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