Author Topic: Can anyone tell me how much a 90000 km service should cost for 2011 diesel  (Read 185 times)

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Will the 90000km service also require timing belt to be replaced ?
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I wouldn't know the cost, you can get that info from Hyundai.

The drive belt gets inspected at 90,000km or 48 months and after that then every 30,000km or 24 months.

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are you on a set service cost?...... within  your warranty period?..... what model do you have and what year?

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what model do you have and what year?
It's mentioned in his signature John :wink:

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Not under warrenty and it's an auto , forgot to put that on the description earlier
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I think Tim refers to the online iCare now, by the way Diesel = Timing Chain, not a scheduled replacement item..

looking at the price iCare quotes, you poor fella $1130

(link) Get a Service Quote - Hyundai Australia

This is what it says they do.

Carry out complete global diagnostic system (GDS) check
Check operation of instrument warning lights, gauges & illumination
Check vehicle for outstanding recalls or service campaigns
Inspect SRS air bag & pre-tensioners
Inspect air conditioner refrigerant/compressor
Inspect battery terminals & condition
Inspect brake fluid
Inspect brake fluid condition
Inspect cooling system level, hoses
Inspect crankcase vacuum & ventilation hoses
Inspect disc brakes & pads
Inspect drive belts
Inspect drive shafts & boots
Inspect evaporator pollen filter
Inspect exhaust system
Inspect fuel lines, hoses & connections
Inspect fuel vapour hoses & fuel cap
Inspect operation of lights/wipers, controls & accessories
Inspect park brake
Inspect seat belt webbing & operation
Inspect steering rack & all linkage components, boots
Inspect suspension for damage & torque all mounting points
Inspect tyres including pressure & tread wear
Inspect vacuum pump & hoses
Lube door, boot, bonnet hinges & latches
Replace air cleaner element
Replace auto transaxle oil
Replace engine coolant
Replace engine oil & filter
Replace fuel filter
Rotate wheels front to rear

@cruiserfied  worth waiting for Tim's input though.


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$1130 :faint: just as well it doesn't require a timing belt :sweating:

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$1130 :faint: just as well it doesn't require a timing belt :sweating:
$1250 Petrol , same interval incl the belt.
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$1130 :faint: just as well it doesn't require a timing belt :sweating:
$1250 Petrol , same interval incl the belt.
Not for me, I don't have a belt either, 90,000km service would be $360 :happydance:
« Last Edit: April 20, 2017, 04:24:12 by CraigB » »

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I think Tim refers to the online iCare now, by the way Diesel = Timing Chain, not a scheduled replacement item..

looking at the price iCare quotes, you poor fella $1130


@cruiserfied  worth waiting for Tim's input though.

You pretty much covered it mate.

Remember quote is all GENUINE parts and fluids (except engine oil which is dealer choice if you don't specify or supply). The Auto fluid, coolant and engine oil add up when you consider 4lt of SPIII 4lt or coolant and 5.3lt of Synthetic oil.
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It was at the 90,000 km service on my first i30 that I changed to a non-Hyundai workshop and had the service done as per Hyundai schedule for less than half the cost.
I just couldn't justify paying what I was quoted.
Up until then I used Hyundai every time. Since then, I never have.
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It was at the 90,000 km service on my first i30 that I changed to a non-Hyundai workshop and had the service done as per Hyundai schedule for less than half the cost.
I just couldn't justify paying what I was quoted.
Up until then I used Hyundai every time. Since then, I never have.

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For my 2011 (but MY12) 6 speed diesel, I bought a genuine Hyundai oil filter, air filter, and fuel filter from these people:

(link) GENUINE HYUNDAI i30 DIESEL FILTER KIT (AIR+OIL+FUEL)FD,GD2 1.6L WITH TAXINVOICE | eBay

I changed my own cabin filter after purchasing this one:

(link) Wesfil Cabin Air Pollen Filter WACF0116 fits Hyundai i30 1.6 CRDi (FD),2.0 (FD) | eBay

I provided my own synthetic engine oil.

The mechanic ended up charging $350 for the 90,000km service.

This is compared to over $900 quoted by the Hyundai Fixed price servicing website.
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