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2007 Suburban 1500 is in for 50,000 mile service.

Is it Chevrolet recommendation to change the differential, front & rear axle and transfer case fluids at such a low mileage (or is the local dealer needing the work)?
The local dealer has estimated it to be $400.00.

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Gary

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NO! This is a Ploy to Screw you for Cash! They should not need attention at all until 100,000 Miles unless something goes Wrong.

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