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I would like to get a service plan chart for a vw polo (i.e at 90,000km what requires attention besides oil change) plus the possible price

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Rear brake drums removed and checked .plus front disks checked ,brake pipes painted ,oil anything that moves ,flexible brakes pipes inspected ,clean bulbs in lights .empty ashtray -----

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By the way, vehicle is 1992 VW Polo - not Fox (which in UK is a variant of the Polo)


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