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I just had a service C done at the dealer. I changed the oil and filter and engine air filter myself beforehand. I also visually inspected everything while I was under the car and checked the fluids. The dealer flashed a firmware update for the transmission. Checked for any codes and reset the service. I now have service D due in 10,000 miles. I had a C230 Kompressor as a loaner. Total charge $0. Next year I'll be due for plugs, another brake fluid flush, and some others. I'm sure it'll be a little more. I'm happy for now!!
 

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Don - Founding Member #4
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:confused:$0 charge for service C, even though you did some of the work. Good for you. Can't image the dealer doing anything for no pay.
 

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How many miles on the car? Service C means service A plus what your mileage dictates, IIRC. Did they do a brake fluid flush on this visit at no charge?
 

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19,500 miles on the car. There was no brake fluid flush this time. It was done last year.
I forgot to mention they washed and vacuumed the car too.
 
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