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I had my spark plugs & serpentine belt replaced at 100,000. With 202,000, do I need to have that done again and is there anything else that needs to be done? Thanks
 

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I had my spark plugs & serpentine belt replaced at 100,000. With 202,000, do I need to have that done again and is there anything else that needs to be done? Thanks
Yes, it is another 'Timing-Belt-Life-Cycle'...

Do you ever get out of your Element, you must be living in that thing!!! :)
 

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Yeah, I do get tired of it, had it for 3 yrs & drive it for work (company car). I'm hoping my boss will approve getting a new vehicle at the first of the year. My drivers seat is completely worn out, maybe cause I'm 6'6" 360lbs.
 

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Yeah, I do get tired of it, had it for 3 yrs & drive it for work (company car). I'm hoping my boss will approve getting a new vehicle at the first of the year. My drivers seat is completely worn out, maybe cause I'm 6'6" 360lbs.
Don't forget to replace the coolant as well. I'm sure there are a few other things that need service. Trans fluid, rear diff fluid (if applicable), brake fluid, PS fluid. Most are easy to DIY w/ a little help from people on here...
 

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Yeah, I do get tired of it, had it for 3 yrs & drive it for work (company car). I'm hoping my boss will approve getting a new vehicle at the first of the year. My drivers seat is completely worn out, maybe cause I'm 6'6" 360lbs.
If it is a company car, why are you doing maintenance? Can you not just drop it off at a fleet service facility or Honda and have it done & paid for by your company?

Drive it 'til the wheels fall off. When they do, they'll have to get you a new E.
 

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A tune and belt replacement for sure. How is it running after 200 000? If its good just have a checkup done and get a seat cover and drive it until the wheel come off then you can drive the hot rod Dodge.:grin: Have one also but a 93.
 

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holy cow batman.................let's see a picture of the odometer !!!!!!!
 

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I have a 07 EX with 39000 , mine is mint so far but I take flawless care of her, I would love to seea pic or 2 , how did it hold up ??
 

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Slimerdogs, I only Dodge drive the Dodge on weekends or when pulling the boat. It gets 15mpg so its only good for blowing lots of black smoke, hehe. During deer season last year, the Dodge was down & I used the E to take a large buck out of the woods on a very bad logging trail, 4x4 works great with the vsa off.
I will try & post a pic of the odometer.
The E has run well, I just wish it had a larger fuel tank, driving 400 to 500 miles a day it seems like I'm stopping all the time for gas. My only issues have been replacing burnt headlight bulbs, 3 so far.
 
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