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What is a 60,000 check and what should it cost

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The 60,000 check, is normally, plugs, filters, (both oil and air), and the timing belt.
Cost's depend on the garage, and can range from a couple of hundred, upwards.
If you have some basic tools however, you can reduce the cost by carrying out the easy stuff yourself, like air filter and plugs, and if you've got a oil filter remover, that and the oil too.
Happy motoring ;)
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