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2008 Scion XD

It is time for my 15,000 mile regular maintenance, I just got home and I have 15,789 all the lights on panel are on, ck engine, maintenance req etc. What maintenance is required

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I don't know for sure, but I'd imagine oil, oil filter, and air filter changes, tire rotation, brake and strut inspection, and maybe a cabin air filter change. Look in your owner's manual near the back - each service should be spelled out in there so you don't go in unprepared.

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