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My car already reached 75k maintenance, but I'm wondering if I need to do all of the service. I received 3 separate quotes from 2 Audi dealerships, but they include different things and it's different from what Audi recommend as well. Is it necessary to do everything they recommend or if there's certain things that's not important?

I received 3 quotes by email from 2 Audi dealers. I might go dealer 1, but wondering if anything I can leave out.


Dealer 1 ($800)

*Replace engine oil and oil filter
*Reset service internal display
*Check condition of battery
*Visually inspect brake system for leaks / damage, brake pad thickness and brake fluid level
*Inspect for leaks and damage: engine, transmission, final drive, shaft boots
*Inspect the front suspension, tie rod ends, and cv joints
*Inspect interior lights, power outlets
*Obd – check dtc memory
*Lubricate doors and hinges, check straps and hood latch
*Inspect sunroof – clean guide rails, lubricate rails, check drains
*Inspect plenum panel
*Clean snow screen for air cleaner
*Inspect exhaust system
*Inspect engine cooling system – check level
*Install windshield washer solvent
*Replace spark plugs
*Replace dust and pollen filter (where applicable)
*Road test vehicle
*Perform audi recommended inspections (major service)
*Install premium engine oil conditioner


Dealer 2 - quote 1 ($3200)

*Replace engine oil and oil filter
*Perform maintenance wheel alignment
*Reset service internal display
*Check condition of battery
*Visually inspect brake system for leaks / damage, brake pad thickness and brake fluid level
*Install premium engine oil conditioner
*Perform brake fluid exchange
*Inspect for leaks and damage: engine, transmission, final drive, shaft boots
*Inspect the front suspension, tie rod ends, and cv joints
*Inspect interior lights, power outlets
*Obd – check dtc memory
*Lubricate doors and hinges, check straps and hood latch
*Inspect sunroof – clean guide rails, lubricate rails, check drains
*Inspect plenum panel
*Clean snow screen for air cleaner
*Inspect exhaust system
*Inspect engine cooling system – check level
*Install windshield washer solvent
*Replace DSG transmission fluid and filter
*Replace spark plugs
*Replace dust and pollen filter (where applicable)
*Road test vehicle
*Perform Audi recommended inspections
*Precision wiper front beam blades
*Perform complete GDI fuel induction and injection clean-up service
*Rotate and balance tires, inspect wear and adjust tire pressure


Dealer 2 - quote 2

*Trans fluid flush 650
*GDI 450
*Spark plugs 200
*Brake fluid flush 250
*Wipers 50
*Alignment 199
*Rotate and balance 99
 

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There are a number of maintenance items that get serviced based on miles, and some on time. EG DSG every 43,000 miles, but Brake fluid every 2 years.

You will need to check what was completed in previous services to determine what is required this round.
 
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