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Q: Just need to know what maintenance I need - Mercedes Benz ML320

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I want to do the maintenance for this suv but not sure what that is at 80,000 miles

My car has 84000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

A: Hello. My listings for the maintenance on t...

Hello. My listings for the maintenance on this vehicle are as follows:

60k miles: Replace air cleaner, fuel filter, spark plugs

90k miles: Replace air cleaner

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