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60k service - Whats needed and how much?

Discussion in '(Archived) Engine Discussion and Tuning' started by Birtymeek, Jun 29, 2006.

  1. Birtymeek

    Birtymeek Guest

    Ive got an 02 Ibiza TDI 130 sport and its coming upto 60K service.

    What needs to be replaced and where is the cheapest place to get parts?

    Cheers
     
  2. sssstew

    sssstew Editing your spelling

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    whats being replaced - all covered in the service manual.

    parts - check the dealer section on here.
     
  3. Neo_VR

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    60k is just as a 20k service... its the 80 thats the biggie :(
     
  4. devonutopia

    devonutopia fabia-lous

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    I thought cambelt was changed at 60k? Well, it was on my pd100. Maybe the 130 is different.
     
  5. Neo_VR

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    Maybe.... errr :rolleyes:

    ive not done mine yet :whistle: :whistle:
     
  6. sted

    sted random wierdo

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    i also thought the water pump needed replacing about then
     
  7. EdButler

    EdButler Full Member

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    Yep its a Major Service, Cambet and Water Pump is advisable for a non-plastic one (but SEAT dont tell you this).

    Give Mike a call from JBS mate, theyre very close and everyone i know with SEATS in the area go there - very good prices and true Experts.

    If you get it booked in on a weekend, let some people know in the JBS section and we could always come down to say hello!
     
  8. stoneyfordNI

    stoneyfordNI GGG GGG GGGIGITYYY

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    Anyway off telling the plastic impellered ones from the metal type ( part nums)
     
  9. muddyboots

    muddyboots Still hanging around

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    :yes:
     
  10. EdButler

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    eeek, just realised - if its 4 years old, its a Brake Fluid change too - gonna be a lil pricey :(
     
  11. sted

    sted random wierdo

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    just had that done on mine on my 40k service @ jbs ~£240
     
  12. Red LCR TDI

    Red LCR TDI Full Member

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    Had my big service at 60k, luckily the previous owner paid for it, as it was £750, but this was for cambelt, brakes, water pump, brake fluid etc etc.

    which means this time its only £89 including MOT!

    plus however much the knocking rear suspension is gonna cost, DOH!
     
  13. muddyboots

    muddyboots Still hanging around

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    If you know how to wield a small spanner, then changing the brake fluid is dead easy - just need a litre of brake fluid and a Gunsons's Eezibleed pressure bleeder. Oh and a jam jar to capture the old fluid.

    If the car's out of warranty you've nothing to lose...plus you'll know it's been done properly.
    When a certain dealer "changed" my brake fluid, I had a nosey underneath to find only one of the bleed nipples had been touched :rolleyes:
     
  14. craig-pd130

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    I reckon they do it like they do with oil changes -- just suck it out of the reservoir (but leaving just enough to avoid needing to bleed) and topping back up.
     

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