Did see some fluid leakage on the ground, looked as though it came from a transmission cap that was not on properly. I don't want to get stuck with a giant bill for work that doesn't need to be done.Message light says drive slip needs adjusting. i am going on a trip and do want to be safe but would like to have a couple of bucks left over for fuel cost.
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2008 Volvo XC90
Question: how much is the 90000 mil check going to set me back? Seems to be in good shape
depends wer you go and what the insp produces as far as needed repairs
Answer #2pushrod August 23, 2012, 22:16Master
Hard to say without looking.
Answer #3ziptie12 August 24, 2012, 10:03Master
Prioritize the safety-VS.-bucks thing. Do you have the car serviced regularly at one shop , or is it all-over between jiffy-lube , the dealer and Joes' garage? In other words.... do you have ONE shop that you trust, regardless of price? If you do , bring it there. If not try asking friends for some references of shops they know and call for estimates. Many shops have access to lists of factory recommended services , but you need to let them know what HAS been done in order to not get and pay for the same thing twice.