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What`s the cost of a oil change and a tune up and brake job each one seperate please

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This is a very tough question. It will completely depend on where you take the car, what all you have done in the tune up, and what kind of parts are used. For an example. You can buy oil for $.99 a quart for cheap motor oil all the way up to $16. a quart on the oil change. Then on the tune up. Spark plugs, wires, transmission fluid and filter, greasing front end, changing differential oil, etc. That is going to depend on what parts you use also and how much you want to have done. And the same with a brake job. You can buy cheap pads for $30 or top of the line one's for around $200. So it is going to depend on what exactly you want done and how much you want to spend. Also where you take the car also. A dealership is going to be at least 15-20% higher than somewhere like Pep-Boys.

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