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I change oil and filters myself, spark plugs too.
If by strangers you mean others than the vehicle dealers, perhaps you do not mind paying the exorbitant prices dealers charge. And if you plan to trade your vehicle with that same dealer you would never get a decent price for your well-taken care-of car.
It costs $200 to change de splugs at the dealership, but the main mechanic said: your car has only 60,000 miles come back when it reaches 100,000 miles. So I changed them my self for 65.00 my car runs like new now. Advising that readers go to dealers is not a sound advise, unless you have a dealership yourself...
99 is right, will not even consider a car with even a hint of smoke regardless of the price.
Been there, Done that. Been modding cars for 18 years, never had a warranty voided, even in part.
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