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Old 19th April 2015, 20:30   #31
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Default Minimum km running required for diesel cars

Originally Posted by M5_fan View Post
Ok. So for the basic service parts like oil filter, oil, air filter, power steering fluid etc. I followed the normal service interval as specified.

For all other parts like brake pads, tyres, discs and basically other wear and tear parts, I only replaced them when required and did not follow the service manual.

So are you saying for all safety related parts, such as brake pads, tyres, discs you disregard the service manual? But you replace oil, filter etc as per the service intervals?

Up to you what your priorities are, but if I had to choose I would do it the other way around! Or does the service manual state something odd about when to replace pads, discs and tyres


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