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      01-05-2009, 03:16 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by aus View Post
If they did a cabin filter change, then they did a Service I. I don't know if you asked for that or not, but that's probably what you got, and $325 is a pretty good price for it. They ALL do this play on words where they'll quote you an "Oil Service" which is around $200, but an "Oil Change" is around $100.
I just looked it up, I was wrong - it was $387.

It was Service 1. Service 1 = Oil, filter, cabin filter, labor.

The price for labor was $138. No problem there.

The price for the parts was $230 (oil, oil filter, microfilter). That's where I have a problem. They charged me something like $80 for the microfilter.