[Oeva-list] 24 month service for Leaf

Dima Kukushkin dimakukushkin at gmail.com
Mon Jul 1 11:44:24 PDT 2013

I too think that 24 months brake fluid change is a bit too soon, but
wonder, what kind of tests did Scwabb do to proove it didn't need change?
How did they constitute fluid did not suck in enough water? and that
boiling point is still where it needs to be to slow down 3500 pounds car in
a hurry?


On Mon, Jul 1, 2013 at 11:13 AM, Alan Bates <abates at shorepower.com> wrote:

> I recently called Nissan of Portland and Wilsonville Nissan about my 2
> year "checkup." They quoted $199 at NOP and $179 at Wilsonville.
> Basic maintenance plan calls for brake fluid flush and tire rotation, in
> addition to battery health report and simple visual inspection of
> components.
> I then called Les Schwab who quoted $52.00 for brake flush and free tire
> rotation.
> So, I took the Leaf into Schwab who informed me the brake fluid was "near
> new" (19K miles) and didn't need to be changed at all. They still threw in
> the rotation for free. My total cost: $0.
> By not having the vehicle inspected at a dealership, am I hurting my
> warranty at all? I still may take it in for the free battery report anyway.
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