Preventative maint on 02 hybrid built motor with 45k
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    Preventative maint on 02 hybrid built motor with 45k

    Hey guys looking for some suggestions on some preventative engine maint on my 02 hybrid build
    She's putting down 400/380 ish she's got a new oil change plugs what else is mandatory ?

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    Anything that was done when the motor was pulled/replaced, start over @ 0. Everything else, look at the odometer.
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    A more indepth answe would be helpful o.o lol

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    The answer specified exactly what is required. What clarification would you like?
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    Sorry for the lack if info. I actually didn't do the rebuild I bought it like this . This should prob be a question for my tuner but I'm bored and there closed today =p was just wondering exactly what I'm in for =p and yes I do know it's not going to last like a stock motor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BugeyedBaller
    A more indepth answe would be helpful o.o lol
    Not sure how much more in-depth I can make it...

    That is the recommended factory service intervals. Anything on that chart that was done when the motor was put in (e.g., spark plugs, timing belt, transmission fluid, etc.), you should be looking at the 45K column. Anything that was not done at the time of the motor replacement, go by the odometer reading on your gauge cluster. Anything you're not sure of, assume it wasn't done and go by the odometer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    Not sure how much more in-depth I can make it...

    That is the recommended factory service intervals. Anything on that chart that was done when the motor was put in (e.g., spark plugs, timing belt, transmission fluid, etc.), you should be looking at the 45K column. Anything that was not done at the time of the motor replacement, go by the odometer reading on your gauge cluster. Anything you're not sure of, assume it wasn't done and go by the odometer.
    I second the bolded part especially. Better to be safe than sorry.
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