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Q: Hi thanks for this chance. Based on auto indicator I took my car for service. I had to pay $586

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Is it too much. This is my pay list: 132 months OR 110000kms serves 93.5$,rear brake disc 2 62.3$, pads 62.3$, a/ transmission fluid 62.3$, transmission oil 161$,plug7.2$, oil filter 9.3$, filter insert 35.3$, engine oil 27.5$, brake disc136.8$, breaker pad kit 63.1$. Was I cheated?

My car has 109164 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

A: In my opinion, I don’t believe that you wer...

In my opinion, I don’t believe that you were cheated. These seem like fairly standard prices for those services. If you would like a point of comparison, you can enter your vehicle information and the same services into our estimator page to get a better idea of the standard repairs costs.

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