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Wheels.8

Automotive 101

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{Wheels.8.108}: Ben Conover {benc} Wed, 21 Apr 2004 18:18:11 CDT (21 lines)

My 1994 VW Jetta has about 96,000 miles on it and I was wondering if
it would be ok to bring it in for it's 100,000 service now, rather
then waiting until it actually gets to 100,000 miles.  Which brings
up a few other semi-related questions: What exactly would be done on
a Jetta during it's 100,000 mile checkup? Is there anything I should
specifically ask to have checked out/looked at? I have noticed that
there is is rust accumulating in a couple of places, four of them
actually.

At the front drivers and passengers door, not where the door
actually opens, but where the front of the door folds into the body
when the doors are opened, down on the quasi-tiny running board type
thing.

And at the rear dorrs, the same type of accumulation, again on the
running board type thing, but this time where the doors actually
open, not where they fold into the body.

I hope that makes sense.

Thanks.

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