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    Default Altis 10,000km Inspection Help

    I have a Altis Cruisetronic and I will be taking it for the 10,000km inspection to Toyota this saturday. I plan on following the service manual but would still like an opinion from you guys on what parts to change and which fluids to inspect.

    EDIT: The car is 4 months old


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    Inspect all fluids, especially if its the Cruisetronic.. (some fluids might need to be topped off)
    change oil, oil filter, and most probably you'll need to change the air filter..
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    @op simply take it to toyota people they will do the job!
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    Stick to whats specified in the owners manual and dont go anywhere except Toyota, plus do keep a check if they actualy do what they mention on the recipt
    Get over the fact that Xli lacks power windows, Its an Xli because it lacks thoose features or else it would be a Gli or an Altis if had all the goodies.

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    Well got the following stuff changed

    1)Spark plugs
    2)Air filter
    3)Engine Oil/Oil filter

    Brakes were serviced. Tires rotated and Engine was tuned up. Diagnosis was done using on-board hand held device. A general check up of nuts and bolts/fluids was done. Everything was fine and the hand held device revealed no tune was even necessary. The oil(Mobil 1) was also in excellent shape (as it had done only 5k kms) however I still got it changed.

    Total cost: Rs. 10,000 (never realized toyota maintenance would be this expensive)

    Thanks all!

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