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Scheduled Maintenance Items Are Not Detailed.

What maintenance items are included in the following as part of 45,000 mile service?

Toyoto Service Menu 8027CC
15,000 Service Kit
9161 Menu Kit

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  • piedmonte Jan 21, 2009

    I should have been more specific. By , "maintenance items", I meant parts and supplies other than invovled in a routine oil change.



    In Oct. 2006, Charge for Service Menu 8027 CC was $157, Charge for 15,000 Service Kit was $72. Charge for 9161 Menu was $43.



    Please advise further.

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