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Service of 2005 Infinti QX56

I have about 26,000 miles on my truck, but the dealer said I need a transmission service and other service before the 30,000 miles. It cost $850 for the services, do you think this is a reasonable price for the service.

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Your QX56 will not need the spark plugs replaced at 30K, or even 60K, They are iridium and designed to last 100K. That being said, most replace theirs around 70K. At 30K, you should flush your coolant, drive axel's, transfercase and transmission. There is no filter to replace on your transmission.

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I will check my repair manual later on for you but they just trying to do some upsales, i'm a certified mechanic here in vegas and they try to sell me some services than the truck does not even need, the only thing i will recomend you when the car gets 30000 miles is to replace the fuel filter and the spark plugs,
but if you still want to do what the dealer says that's exept to you, but the car won't need that, you can have your car take to a certified auto repair, that means any shop with the ase logo, and have them do a bumper to bumper inspection, they might charge you something for this inspection but it won't void your factory warranty, and that way you know what your car really needs
try to ask your neighboors for a good auto repair or get some references for a good place and take it for a second opinion

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