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TIGERSTYLE87
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TIGERSTYLE87 Nov 9, 5:20am - #321116 
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QUESTION - pretty general

Hey guys. It about that time for my cars 60k tune up. How much does one cost on average? I know its a dumb question but i m just trying to get a figure before going to the dealer. Thanks.
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RookieGTS
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RookieGTS Nov 9, 8:47am - #321117 

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yeah me too.. I would like to know.. because im coming up on 60K
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ghostingcelica
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ghostingcelica Nov 9, 9:00am - #321118 
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i think its different at every shop. i asked the dealership for my frend and they said 1000 something. i went to a regular shop and they said 800 something
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ragingpaseo
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ragingpaseo Nov 9, 7:46pm - #321119 
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about $200-300 depending how much wear is on your car, like you might need a set of new rotors, pad, wheel bearing, etc. those can rack up pretty fast...
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CelicaRyder
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CelicaRyder Nov 9, 9:47pm - #321120 

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Toyota Dealerships cost $275
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CaLiGTS Nov 9, 9:52pm - #321121 

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no way^^ that must be the 15,000 mile tune up... those toyota guys charge crazy money for tune ups spineyes

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benker
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benker Nov 10, 1:38am - #321122 
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you know what i would do i my self you would save so much money.
find out what you need for that service i bet you its will be very easy to do, it would just require you probably change sparkplugs not a problem, probably change airfilter, you would have to get the radiatior flushed and filled that only about 40 bucks other than that if you want your rotors checked you dont have to pay for it but if you want them changed then thats a different story. If you have any questions let me know i might be able to help you out
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