Stag 4x4 : Servicing : Service Booking - schedules

By: Stag 4x4  06-Dec-2011

We use the LandRover Service Schedules and recommend that the interval of Service is every 10,000 kms (6,000 mls).

Every 10,000 kms the car should only need a Lube Service & general check over.
This entails:
- Air filter replaced
- Engine oil & filter replaced
- Check oil levels in diffs and transfer box
- Grease the drive shafts
- Top up window washer fluid
- Under bonnet check
- Visual check of the brake Pads

Approximate cost $300 Providing the Brakes are ok.

Every 40,000 kms the Vehicle should get a major Category C service.
This entails:
- Air filter replaced
- Engine oil & filter replaced
- All the oils in the diffs and transfer box get replaced
- The Auto-transmission serviced with new filter and fluid
- Replace fuel filter
- New spark Plugs
- Check ignition leads
- Pollen filters if required
- Tune the engine
- Flush engine coolant/antifreeze
- Flush brake fluid
- Brake pad check

Approximate cost $800-$1200 Providing the Brakes are ok.
The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011


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