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2004 GMC Sierra Crew cab 1st tune up

My first tune up (100K miles) should consist of what ?

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New spark plugs, new plug wires, new fuel filter, flush and refill radiator and new tranny fluid and filter, have tires rotated, chassis lubed, and have power steering fluid checked to see if it needs to be flushed and refilled.

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