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I have a 2010 cobalt 2lt. It's a rebuilt title. Have had it for about 6 months. It now has 31k on it. Was wondering if there is a preferred tuneup at 30k? If so what is it. My car failed to have a Manual in it:/. Also, what is the OEM replacement air filter? I'm looking for obviously a good one. Thank you
 

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Search is a wonderful function:
http://www.yourcobalt.com/forums/problems-service/17830-recommened-maintenance-servicing-schedule.html

I have this filter in my car, best OE replacement you can get:
Amazon.com: K&N 33-2311 High Performance Replacement Air Filter: Automotive

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Or if you just want cheap OEM replacement, you can get this one but the K&N will last the life of the car.

Amazon.com: ACDelco A2956C Air Filter Element: Automotive
 

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Not much needs to be done at 30K. Maybe a fuel filter if you're aggressive.

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What part of the vehicle suffered the original damage?
 

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That would be sad if the fuel filter was bad at 30k on a stock motor!
 

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Not much needs to be done at 30K. Maybe a fuel filter if you're aggressive.

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What part of the vehicle suffered the original damage?
It was rollover damage. Basically the roof/windows,etc. but I can tell that the suspension is a little off
 

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Its a unibody car. If the roof cannes isn't it totaled?
 

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It has a rebuilt/salvage title. It was totaled.
 

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Yeah. I'm suppose to have that standard sunroof but I just have a regular roof-_- lame. Everything for the most part looks fine, but I can just tell something's wrong with the suspension. Suspension parts are also a pita to fix
 
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