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not all that much really. spark plugs, wires, maybe coolant and trans if you are due. check a bunch of stuff. grease ball joints, check belts, hoses, maybe diff and transfer case fluids. don't know what the cost would be, but it will vary with how much you're getting/need done. the plugs and wires alone will run you over a hundred if you got them done somewhere.
just realized i got a coupon from local dealer for spark plugs, I think it was $100 or 109 installed. add on a set of wires (no added labor since they pull them anyway) and I figure $160-180 or so for everything with all mopar stuff. This is the dealer, mind you. It can be done much cheaper if you go to the right place, like your garage, driveway, or street in front of your residence.
I just stumbled upon this site: repairpal.com it seems fairly accurate at estimating repair/maintenance costs
abuddy of mine has an '04 with 90,000 miles on it and he was quoted $600 for all of the above you had mentioned
3" lift spindle's,2" add a leafs in the rear , e-fan, Air raid jr. intake, nerfbars, Diablosport intune i1000 ,front tow hooks,billet grill, Gibson shorty headers,led lights,flowmaster duals, Sonnax trans pressure booster.....more too come
If you want to maintain your 7/70 warrantee (or longer extended warrantee), make sure you follow the maintaince schedule in the owners or maintance manual. That would include at a minimum of plugs, transmission service with filter change and front(4X4) and rear fluid change. My last service included the above, filters, Amsoil all around and ceramic high performace front brake service. My local Exxon Service Station chaged me $850.00.
2004 RC 4X4
Yeah, It's got a Hemi
Went to that site ( xfeejayx ) was talking about it was alot of help figuring out what to pay for a brake job on my Hemi Durango, E-mailed them and asked about the price spread and they said, The prices are Dealer and Aftermarket and the prices on parts varies depending on where you get your parts. I like that they did the research for me http://repairpal.com/