How do i tune up my car

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Asked by Jun 30, 2016 at 08:26 PM about the 2003 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

9 Answers

293,745

Change oil and oil filter, coolant, transmission fluid and filter, spark plugs, PCV valve, air filter, fuel filter. Check serpentine belt for wear, check tire pressures.

31,015

with such limited info all i can say is ...replace spark plugs,,fuel and air filter...

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Ok thanks one more thing the trac off shows on on the dash bored and when I hit the trac off the car doesn't change or the light doesn't turn on and off I shows the light all the time

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It only has 90,000 miles on it

15,285

How many miles on it?

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90,000

293,745

Trac off light is associated with the ABS system, your mechanic can scan the car for the codes so you know exactly what is causing the light to stay on.

10

I have no clue it been on for years

31,015

also check all tires for 35 lbs hot...(same pressure) and make sure brake and ps fluid are full..

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