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How do I get honest repair schedule for my 2009 Honda CRV? I get a different story from every dealer service dept. I talk to. Thanks!

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You can look at the back of your Maintenance book that came with you vehicle and go by that. That will help you keep better records. Also they are only recommended schedules. You don't have to change your oil to the exact mile. Meaning from one dealership to the other may vary true but they usually are within a certain amount of mileage.

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