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Hello All,

It's my first post here.

I've just come back from the 90,000 miles service of my '96 Honda Accord in an Honda Service (yea, I put a lot on this car). It costed me $550 including tax for the service and front brake change and a few more things.

Now I figure that it's going to dry me up if I continue with the regular service suggested by the Honda Service.

How can I maintain my car (I want to keep it for a few more years) and save a lot? Should I study the owner manual for the service schedule and go to the Goodyear next door to perform the jobs? Should I just change old regularly only?


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