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Whats all part of 100k Service?

I just turned 100k on my 06 CC PS, I am thinking of doing the service myself, whats all on the list for 100k from ford?
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fuel filters, change oil (use syn rotella, amsoil or mobil 1), clean EGR, check air intake, check serpentine belt, check fluid for tranny, check radiator coolant, fan-clutch assembly, alternator and batteries, brake lines, diff oil check/change, transfer case oil check, check ball joints, u-joints for driveshaft...if u can, clean turbo

This is what I recommend since I work at a huge Ford dealership in Tampa and 70% of our service is powerstrokes


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Nice list Baddestt!

I guess I would go ahead and change the coolant - probably wouldn't worry about how it looked or doing the coolant strip tests. I suppose I am just conservative.

Also - do the 05 and up brake pads last longer than 100k? I have heard that we should get around that mileage out of them.

What do you think about flushing the brake fluid and the power steering fluid?

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Brake fluids and PS fluids are hygroscopic - it absorbs water. That is why they recommend only adding from a sealed container, in other words a new one. Flushing brake fluid is cheaper than replacing calipers that are stuck due to rust (I just changed 3 of the 4 corners within 2 weeks, and probably will have to do the 4th before long. I have never flushed the brake fluid - I am thinking perhaps I should have.

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If you still have a manual it should say what the 100K mile service consist of.
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