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Old 05-16-2017, 04:12 PM   #1
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So....I had a fuel injector hose give out and spray diesel everywhere on my 2015 discovery. 12k miles. No fire but huge mess and 6 lost hours on side of road. TOAD covered in diesel and angry wife and toddlers. Covered by Frieghtliner warranty! 100 deductible (odd). Progressive paid for tow.

I asked for quote on 15k mile service. Was quoted $742. Is that reasonable? Seems like a ton of cash.

Includes changing the oil, oil filters, fuel filters, greasing chassis, adjusting brakes, checking lights, check air filter, check fluid levels, check steering filter, check batteries and cables, check steering, drain air tanks, check trans fluid

Do it myself? Sounds like an oil change for 750 bucks.
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If all you want is a oil change then diy. It appears your $742 quote includes a full chassis, brake, suspension and electrical inspection.
Are you capable or have you been doing this?

If not that's a very reasonable cost for all that. Ask for a copy of the preventive maintenance sheet for your records.
I do the equivalent of a federal DOT inspection on my coach every time I "change oil" the idea is to prevent break downs ....
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