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1998 hond accord, 96k miles. I want to do a complete tune up on this car. Does anyone have a writeup on what i should buy and how to do the tune up?

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V6 or 4 cylinder?
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ok..rotate tires change oil and oil filter change fuel filter coolant flush, clutch fluid brake fluid, transmission fluid, power steering fluid, change distributor cap and rotor, change spark plugs and wires. timing belt and all drive belts. Check timing, compression, and do a leak-down test. check brake pads and rotors, change windshield wipers if necessary. re-do all grounds valve cover vtec solenoid engine ground etc...clean motor and do a motor flush, involves putting in liquid with you old oil nd running the car for 10 minutes before changing oil, can use sea foam if you want to clean up the carbon build up.

thats all i can think of right now, and pretty much all ofr this can be found at your local autozone, if you need/want honda specific parts try http://www.tasauto.com Click the image to open in full size.
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