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Hi all! This is my 2nd post, as I'm relatively new to this club. I bought my 2000 GS300 last year, and I love it! It had 83,000 miles on it (now 92,000). I probably spent around $1,500 so far. It still needs a few more repairs. Most of the repairs were done at a local Toyota dealership. Repairs done: - Replaced water pump and timing belt. - Replaced idler tensioner pulley and drive belt - Replaced air conditioner filter - Replaced engine air filter (K&N filter) - Replaced engine oil and oil filter as recommended (using Valvoline MaxLife Full Synthetic) - Replaced tires a couple of months ago (Michelin Pilot Exalto A/S) - Flushed transmission fluid less than 10,000 miles ago. - Replaced rear brakes, surfaced rotors It is past due for a 90,000 mile service, and I wanted your opinion whether the following items (as per local dealer) are worth $460: - Inspect engine valve clearance - Re-torque axle shaft flange bolts - Replace brake fluid - Replace engine coolant - Inspect fuel lines & vapor system - Inspect fuel tank cap gasket - Inspect transmission fluid - Inspect ball joints & dust covers - Inspect body - Inspect brake lines & hoses - Inspect brake pads and rotors - Inspect differential oil - Inspect axle shaft boots - Inspect exhaust pipes & mountings - Inspect rack & pinion assembly - Inspect steering linkage & boots Thank you for your help.
I am also looking for this manual. Could you please email it to me? My dad wants to replace the timing belt but we cannot find any information on it. The dealership is charging a lot for this information. I did the timing belt two weeks ago using these manuals. Was very easy. If you take the job on, let me know. I have some tips for you. This was the second time doing a timing belt. The first was on a 1996 GS300. The size of the file is 18 mb ziped. I need your email to send it. I wish this forum had a place to share these. Thanks, I also need a repair manual for a '99 GS300. Any chance of getting it from you? Thanks! Well, I have been looking for a way to share my PDF manuals all day. The size of the zipped file is 18 mb, 1111 pages long. I set up an account on DropSend. You do not need an account on Drop Send. It will email you a link and you can upload it. Cool site to check out. So anyone who want's a copy, just send me an email to Lexman96 with your home email and I will have DropSend send you the link. Good Luck. Sent you a PM w/ e-mail address. Thanks! I am having trouble PMing you Lexman96, can you send the link to email@example.com Thanks Lexman96 Me too. Please sned link to firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks I kindly request the link be sent to email@example.com Thank you, Lexman96