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Maintenice #401738 Feb 16, 2:46pm Feb 16, 2:46pm
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Bay Area, CA
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my current mile age is 15000, it's about the time for the first mantenice, but it cost 230...I think it's too expensive. Did you guys do it? Should I do it?

Re: Maintenice [Re: oOoLINoOo] #401739 Feb 16, 5:31pm Feb 16, 5:31pm
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screw that. Get one of the booklets from your Toyota Service Department. They are infront of the computers they use to book you in for service. It's a fold out brochure that tells you what they do based on milage. Just use that and you'll be fine.


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Re: Maintenice [Re: Polykarb] #401740 Feb 17, 12:24am Feb 17, 12:24am
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It was a waste of money for me. I had done my oil change before the 15k so I didn't have them do that. I rotate my own tires, so I didn't have them do that. So the only thing they did was fill my washer fluid and change my cabin Air Filter for $120. Supposedly they inspected my brakes, "tightened" bolts under the car, and did some other inspections. In other words, they didn't do jack. I'd wait till the 30k one to do anything. The 15k one is worthless unless you are having problems with the car.

Re: Maintenice [Re: kglee79] #401741 Feb 17, 12:44am Feb 17, 12:44am
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im at 60k one. And maintance is gonna cost 400$. But i looked at all the shit they do and its def not worth, all i really is new spark plugs. their the orginal ones. but i dont want to go to toyota to get them or they gonna charge me an arm and a leg, is there another place i can get the right ones for my 2000 gt auto.

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