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Recommended Service The dealer is recommending the following service on my 2007 Commander at 25K miles: Throttle Body Service Injector Service This is not listed on any maintenance schedule, is this required and/or recommended or am I getting pushed for things I don't need? (Note: these are quoted at $89.95 for each service plus tax). Overall I've been very happy with my dealer service to date so I'd like to follow their recommendations but... Thanks, Dave

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Yes, this service is recommend but not required. carbon and other particales build up in your fuel system from old gas, dirty gas, etc. if your using premium gas this should not have to be done but every 75k miles. if your using reg gas. maybe every 30k to 50k. it's just a gas saving thing, good to do but can wait. the price is high. where i used to manage (american lubefast) we did the same service for 89.99 for both. so check around at other shop's. :-)

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4.3L (RPO L35) Fuel meter body assembly gm_trk_sil15_02-04_43_fuel_metr_body_assy.gif

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