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I am doing a big maintainence job... wanted to find your experiences with getting parts online or elsewhere for cheap... and reliable. :rolleyes:


• Timing belt, pulley and tensioner
o Crank seals, cam seals, valve seals, oil seals
• Water pump and housing
o Thermostat
• parts for Differential fluid flush
• Spark plugs (6) & fuel filter
• Power steering flush
• Oil pan gasket
• CV boots
• MAF

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My question to you is how old is your IS300 and how many miles do you have? Secondly, I see you are changing a lot of seals, is there a reason for that are they leaking or you are changing them just to change it? :suspiciou I wouldn't touch any seals unless I had some leaks going/developing, otherwise your just wasting money and time and effort.

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Its an 2002 with ~130000 miles. Nothing is leaking - you make a good point, I am freaked out since the dealer told me nothing has been done on the car since 36K, and I dont have any papers to prove otherwise - I was erring on the side of caution. :) so is it better to leave it all alone...

My question to you is how old is your IS300 and how many miles do you have? Secondly, I see you are changing a lot of seals, is there a reason for that are they leaking or you are changing them just to change it? :suspiciou I wouldn't touch any seals unless I had some leaks going/developing, otherwise your just wasting money and time and effort.

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