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Date Registered: 02-2004
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Hi Eric,

$[sign in to see URL] is still a good price considering you haven't supplied anything which would have dropped it down by another $100

PKGD means "Packaged" i reckon rather than a brand, you can ask them what brand oil they use emoticon

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Hi, Jalalsk

I agree the price is good. I'll call them to check the brand

Eric

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Oh, and on top of my 80klm Service (incl Intake Butterfly Screws - less Oil and Spark Plugs supplied by myself) $1100+ I was told my clutch was on the way out ($2000). I'll be looking at the alternatives in the otehr section of this forum for this. But can anyone point me int he direction to find info on how the X-trail 'double/twin' clutch works compared to a standard one?

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Its the flywheel that is different.
The dual mass flywheel has more free play giving the car a smoother change where as the solid flywheel is more rigid and is more heavier duty than the dual mass.
At the end of the day they both do exactly the same job.
Some people say that that you get a small vibration with a solid flywheel but not too noticeable.

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Please refer to ]THIS thread for clutch upgrade options where you guys can discuss it further.

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My exy is coming due for a 120k service and have obtained a couple of quotes so far ...my regular mechanics who have been servicing her since I purchased has quoted around $ 200 to $250 ..my local dealer has given me a $566 price ..now I realize that this is a big service but the price variation has got me worried ..am I getting a bargain or am I getting ripped off ...and also should this be a dealer service where they can check things by computer ...I shall be guided by the forum ...

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The cost of the 120K service is normally $[sign in to see URL] at the dealer, but if you supply your own oil and filters, it should drop to about $[sign in to see URL], so ask the dealer to quote you a price if you supply your own consumables.

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90,000klm Service - T30 Petrol Manual)
Nissan Capped Price Service = $[sign in to see URL]

Col Crawford Brookvale = $[sign in to see URL]
With my own oil supplied ($305)

Pretty steep for an oil change and fluid level check. So I guess that info on the Nissan website is only for show as it's listed as 90k OR 54mths (4.5 years).

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Also here are some other prices
- Full radiator flush and refill = $125
- Brake Bleed and refill = $125

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Did you ask them what extra service they have done on top of the standard "capped" service schedule?

The capped pricing is not for show only and I would challenge any dealer that is charging extra for a standard type of servicing.

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Well they rang me and said that my tyres are good and brakes are good (with rough estimates as to % left).

I know all this as I've had both front and rear brake pads done and near new rotors on the front. And I can see how much tyre wear as per the wear indicators. these 'checks' do not appear in the normal Service Schedule. I wonder if they check your windscreen washer 'fluid' levels for $20 emoticon as part of the default service schedule.

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