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If car says service in 1000 miles what does it mean

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As stated above, it means you need to book an appointment for service within the next 1000 miles.

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Hi, this is just a service reminder letting you know that your car needs a service soon, about this time make arrangements to book your car in for its service. I am not sure how to turn this service reminder off, better let the mechanics do it while they carry out the service, after all, thats what it is there for. I hope this helps, cheers.

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