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does anybody know how much the 100000 mile checkup at mazda cost? and is it worth it?
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arent you suppose to. they do a full out test on everything. i dont know specifics about it, that is why im asking.
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like the 60k check up?
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the 60K service in America, is the 100K service in OZ.
Is that what you mean?
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well, a checkup would technically be different from a service. a checkup to me would be you take it in, they look at it, and tell you what it needs. a 100k SERVICE is major. think of it as a replace-everything-on-the-motor service. then, there is other stuff, like brakes. suspension. a/c. all fluids. o2 sensors. some places, like the dealer, will just yank out a list, and say, ok, you need this, this, this, yada, yada. a good shop will probably actually LOOK at the items, and tell you if they think you should replace them. take brakes, for instance. a good shop will look at the rotors and pads, and tell you if they need replacing, or it can go for a bit more. this is why it helps to take it someplace where they actually work on a lot of these cars. they will be more familiar with what goes wrong. a 100k service is gonna cost a lot, because there is a lot of stuff to change.
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As far as I know, the maintenance schedule only goes out to 60,000 miles. So, at 120,000 miles, you would just do the same thing as the 60,000 mile schedule. The ONLY thing required for that schedule is the timing belt, oil change, and air filter change. (and drive belt at 105,000 miles) EVERYTHING else is INSPECTION only, and replace as needed.
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ok, i already changed my timing belt as well as the water pump. i did my breaks at the begining of july. other then a dealership where should i take my mazda in the ny area. any sugegstions?
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The Mazda dealer near me said ot would be $1200 (US) to do a full system check, change the gaskets, tranny fluid and spark plugs, and about $600 more to change all the belts. If it needs new valve guide seats, which I'm sure they'll say it does, lots more. Mine got totalled last week so I don't think I'll be doing any of that.
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Thank you for*good*communication.
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