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My ACURA TSX has 42,000 miles. The dealer says I need service to the tune of $550. I find this hard to believe. The car has no problems and I don't drive it rough. I would love some advice on this! Thanks.

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Don't take it to them.

At only 42000 miles, there shouldn't be anything on the vehicle nearing that cost even to replace.

For service under a regularly scheduled maintenance, a tire rotation, new oil, spark plugs, brake cleaning, all fluids including the transmission, and even throw in all new exterior lighting...wouldn't cost nearly 550 dollars.

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