90,000 Mile Car Service Shock: Day 135

I knew that there would be hiccups from time to time in the minimum wage challenge. It would be wonderful if spending was something that could always be prepared for and anticipated, but the reality is that unexpected costs will present themselves from time to time, and a decision what to do will have to be made. One of those situations happened to me today.

My car has been running fine, but it recently passed 90,000 and I needed the oil changed and tires rotated again. I know that 90,000 miles is one of the big milestone checks with cars (my service car light came on to remind me), so I decided to have a thorough check of the car to make sure everything was in good running order, especiall

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2 Responses to 90,000 Mile Car Service Shock: Day 135

  1. Lee says:

    Does your car have a timing belt? If so get ready to replace that as well.

  2. jeffrey says:

    Luckily it has a timing chain, not a timing belt, si it should last quite a while.

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