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Date Registered: 08-2004
Location: Adelaide, SA
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canberraxtrail wrote:

how much do you guys think a 45 000 km interim service would be?



My understanding is that, under normal driving conditions (as opposed to "severe" conditions or whatever they call it), a minor service is required every 10,000km or 6 months, and a major service is required at 40,000km (or 2 years, if my maths is correct) intervals - so 40k, 80k, 120k etc.

My servicing dealer said that each minor service should be the same so the cost shouldn't vary. Somewhere around the $140-$200 mark, judging by everyone's comments.

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Date Registered: 12-2004
Location: Central Coast
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Just booked in for 10k service at $190 Central Coast motor group gosford, seems a bit much, does anyone remember the price for their 10k service


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Date Registered: 02-2004
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Just booked in for 10k service at $190 Central Coast motor group gosford, seems a bit much, does anyone remember the price for their 10k service


Shane



$215 for my 10K service, but I think I paid too much.

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Date Registered: 06-2004
Location: Sydney, Australia
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My 10K was $90 at Midas

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Date Registered: 12-2004
Location: Central Coast
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Just had 10k service done, nothing major Tyre rotation and balance, general plus asked about the 4wd overheating, advised they could not find anything on Computer. I said that we would be heading to Stockton march and he said to keep notes. Cost for service $182.

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Date Registered: 01-2005
Location: Canberra, ACT
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hey i have my car booked in next week for the 45000km interim service. They quoted me $180 first up, i was like hmm yeh ok, but then i got home 15 minutes later and thought nah i'll just wait until the 50k... so i called them up to cancel and suddenly the price drops down to around $130-145, funny that.

Anyway my main question is, where abouts is the oil filter located? I want to mark it.

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Date Registered: 12-2004
Location: Mount Isa, QLD
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Matt,

I thought this was going to easy to find!!. What an awful place to have the oil filter.

It’s located on the driver’s side just behind all the flywheels. From the drivers front tyre it is right behind all the plastic guards. You can see it just, if you get under your vehicle and looking as per this photo.

The bolt in the upper left is the sump drain plug. I’d also mark this somehow to check that they actually change the oil.


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Nice pic Noel emoticon

I only found-out the place of oil filter after the Kurnell beach trip when I was trying to figure-out where all the plastic bits that had fallen off went, so I spend quite a considerable amount of time under the car solving the puzzle and then I stumbled across the oil filter and thought "what a bloody stupid place to attach an oil filter"

Anyway, I still ended-up with one extra plastic guard that I just can't work-out where it belongs, so might use other xtrails as example at the Stockton meet-up to put it back in place.

Anyway, back on the subject, I know that nissan change the oil for sure, as I notice the colour change of the oil after the service, you can tell it's new oil just by looking at it.

I can't say the same in regard to the oil filter though. Never checked, but maybe would in the future. I don't think nissan would that scabby about the oil filter, which is costing them cents emoticon


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Date Registered: 01-2005
Location: Canberra, ACT
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hey Jalal,

HAHA pretty funny about the plastic bits, i can just picture your car on the beach losing bits off the body as your driving along.

And ohhhh trust me, not to mention car makers (ie mitsubishi), but my old car never had its oil filter changed for three services. I put a dot of white-out on it and it was still there about a year later. Not good when it was a new car too and i was paying money for the filter.

Matt

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hey Jalal,

HAHA pretty funny about the plastic bits, i can just picture your car on the beach losing bits off the body as your driving along.
Matt



Mate, I got so paranoid, that I started collecting every bloody plastic bit that I could find on the beach which had the nissan logo on it emoticon

It was like being at the wreckers emoticon



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