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I have a 2007 G35 with 94k miles and need service

I have a 2007 G35 with 94k miles and the service is due for the 90k check. i was told i need the: transmission flush rear differential fluid cooling system hoses coolant, etc.
Is this true? How much am i looking at?

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Yes, it's true that you want to flush the system after that many miles. Most of the time, a full flush won't cost more than 250 - 300 dollars. The only reason it costs that much is for the replacement fluids and labor. You don't need to replace the hoses unless they look bad. While you are there you might as well get the serpentine belt replaced as well.

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