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ttforcefed

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2013 LR delivered October 2013

April 2014 - 6,000 miles (independant)
oil change
$200

Sept 2014 - 17,756 miles (dealer)
15k mile service
$0

March 2015 - 23,435 miles (inde)
front and rear pads
$1420

Sept 2015 - 30,928 (inde)
Oil change
$211

August 2016 - 46,425 (dealer)
Annual Service
$195

April 2017 - 58,254 miles (inde)
Replace radiator, hose and cap
$1,176

May 2017 - 60,473 miles (dealer)
60K mile service
Full Synthetic Transmission Service
AC not blowing cold
replace wiper blades
$1,905

Feb 2018 - 71,286 miles (inde)
replace window switch
$548

April 2018 - 75,008 miles (inde)
oil change
$210

July 2018 - 79,062 miles (inde)
Front and rear rotors
Front and rear pads
replace headlamp bulb
oil change
flush differential
replace upper lower radiator hose
replace engine valley and rear coolant hoses
service and charge cooling system
replace water pipe, outlet plug, and pump gasket
replace coolant hose
replace water pipe O ring and 6 cooling hose
replace expansion tank
$3,800
 

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Not to be an internet scold, but some of the oil change intervals seemed pretty long (unless they were included but not mentioned in some of the other service points). Also, how about tires? How many sets have you gone through so far?

Interesting to see a history like this. I track mine via the myCARFAX app and may download it to this thread if I have a chance.
 

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Im fine using fully synthetic every 12 mos around 12 to 15 k miles. I changed the oil aftet 6 months. On my 3rd set of nokian wrs.


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Eighty percent of my driving is 40 mph and above pretty constant. Also the truck is parked in a climate controlled garage at 55 so even when its zero out the number of true cold starts is minimal. After 12 mos the filter and oil is clean enough thats id be willing to go another 6 mos easily.


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Here is a tip. When your coolant level sensor goes bad (and it will) you can replace just the sensor (about $8) instead of replacing the whole recovery tank.
 

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March 2015 - 23,435 miles (inde)
front and rear pads
$1420

I can't believe an inde charged $1420 for front and rear pads only, I just did my front brakes and rotors this past weekend and i did rear brake pads 2 weekends ago all for about $200 for parts. I did the job myself so didn't pay any labour. I used max advanced brakes.


April 2017 - 58,254 miles (inde)
Replace radiator, hose and cap
$1,176

Also wondering why the radiator was replaced.
 

ttforcefed

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March 2015 - 23,435 miles (inde)
front and rear pads
$1420

I can't believe an inde charged $1420 for front and rear pads only, I just did my front brakes and rotors this past weekend and i did rear brake pads 2 weekends ago all for about $200 for parts. I did the job myself so didn't pay any labour. I used max advanced brakes.


April 2017 - 58,254 miles (inde)
Replace radiator, hose and cap
$1,176

Also wondering why the radiator was replaced.

It was 950 for front and rear pads, front and rear sensors, replaced brake fluid with dot4. The balanced was for detailing.


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