30,000 Scheduled Service on 2006 Chrysler Pacifica

I rec'd a letter recommending the following services at 30,000 miles: "brake flush $130; balance tires $50; trans service $150; dual differential service $365; total fuel service $280; cabin air filter $95; power steering flush $100" That is $1000 worth of stuff - some of which I have never heard of. What is actually necessary and what is a fair price?

by in Silver Spring, MD on April 06, 2009
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ANSWER by , April 07, 2009
Here's a site with your owners manual for free, check and see what the manual says is needed for proper maintenance at 30,000 half the items listed are not necessary and as long as you follow your manuals maintenance schedule and keep your receipts for any warranty concerns, I have two new vehicles and follow the schedule and keep my receipts to keep my extended warranty intact.