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  1. #1
    Junior Member
    Generation
    5th Gen
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    Si
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    Aug 2016
    Location
    New South Wales
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    Smile Got a new 5th gen Si

    Hey guys, new in the club here. Bought an Si thats already run 269000kms, any advice you guys have to maintain the car well?

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    Regular Member tassie_bb1's Avatar
    Generation
    4th Gen
    Model
    VTEC
    Join Date
    Dec 2013
    Location
    Tasmania
    Posts
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    Change the timing belt if it hasn't been done for a while or if you don't know when it's been done last, then really just change the fluids at the recommended intervals and use decent stuff if you can afford it. Fix any leaks or broken parts as they occur. The ignition system seems to be a source of ongoing woes if it's ignored too, change the plugs, leads, dizzy cap and rotor if they're getting old.

    Welcome to the site too.
    Symmons Plains - 1:12.280

  3. #3
    Junior Member
    Generation
    5th Gen
    Model
    Si
    Join Date
    Aug 2016
    Location
    New South Wales
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    All those seem to be fine so far, there are leaks so need to get those degreased. It seems one of my rims is bent. Do you know where I could fine similar rims. Would be better if it matched the other 3. I've got the normal stock ones.

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